[INDOLOGY] view/value of Western secondary qualifications (GCSE/A-Level etc) in India?

Antonia Ruppel antonia.ruppel at cornell.edu
Wed Apr 22 15:22:32 UTC 2015

Dear all,

Does there happen to be anyone on this list who is familiar with the
process by which universities/tertiary education institutions in India
select their students, or more specifically: whether they take into
account/how they value students taking Western qualifications such as
GCSE/A-Levels, IB or Cambridge Pre-U? Is there perhaps a preference for one
among those (or for one not mentioned here)?

(I am asking on behalf of Sanskrit at StJames, whose Sanskrit teaching
materials for GCSE and A-Level are already used by a certain number of
schools in India - see e.g.

Many thanks,

Dr. Antonia Ruppel
Townsend Senior Lecturer in the
    Greek, Latin and Sanskrit Languages
Cornell University

2014-2016: Teacher of Sanskrit and Classics
     St James Senior School for Boys (Ashford, Surrey (UK))

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