Agra. Often after getting higher education many youths leave from Agra and move to some big city. A young professional said that there is no harm in living in Agra. He said though I am not from Agra but I decided to stay here. The question arises why this highly educated youth chose Agra after living in all the metro cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Delhi NCR? He wrote that he used to come here almost once every two years since childhood, but after completing his Masters from Chennai University in 2010 joined DEI (Dayalbagh Educational Institute) as web developer in MHRD research project.
Initially she did not expect much from the city, but chose Agra as part of her educational journey. During his stay in Dayalbagh, he met many highly educated persons, scholars, professors working with DEI and non-profit positions in Dayalbagh society. Some of them regularly visit international institutions and stay in the US for long periods. / Have been in Europe etc.
It is surprising that there are only two quantum computers in India, one at IIT Mumbai and the other here at DEI. It houses globally recognized professors and every year DEI has some international events which can give an idea about the standards of higher education.
After spending five years in Delhi NCR, the youngster shifted his base to Agra when he was offered a WFH (Work From Home) job.He said life in Dayalbagh is slow but worthwhile. A lot of educated people live here for various purposes some because of spiritual path (believers in Radhaswamy) or because of career in educational field.
Kendriya Hindi Sansthan Hostel is full of foreigners studying Hindi. We can talk to them on various topics and the depth of discussion is much more than what is happening in Noida, Gurgaon etc.