The latest lifestyle magazines are also popular among the Indian population, according to a study by Times Higher Education.
The Times Higher Ed survey of 7,400 students in 16 states, conducted from December 26 to March 3, 2018, found that the magazine lifestyle magazines were the most common way of getting news in India.
The magazines covered the most subjects: food, fashion, travel, lifestyle and the environment.
Among the top five magazines, Bollywood was popular with 8.5% of students in the country, followed by Bollywood movies with 7.2%.
In the fashion industry, Bajrang Dal was popular at 8.2% of the students.
A total of 20 of the magazine’s top 50 subjects covered India.
Among the top 50, Bikram Singh, a writer and filmmaker who has written several books, was popular, with 10.2%, followed by Indian cooking with 7%.
The top five trends in Indian journalism and print journalism: “How to be an Indian journalist” (5.2%), “How not to be a journalist” with 3.3% and “What to know before you become an Indian newsreader” with 2.9% were popular among students.
The top 10 trends in print journalism in India and the world, according a Times Higher English survey: “What’s next for print news” with 5.2%; “How print journalism is changing” with 4.4%; “What needs to be changed” with 6.1% and, “What will print journalism look like in the future?” with 4%.
The top 10 publications of print journalism are The Economist (5%), The New York Times (4%), The Wall Street Journal (4%) and Bloomberg Businessweek (4%).
Top 10 trends among Indian students in print publications, according the Times Higher Educational survey, published on Wednesday: “Why the Indian press is important to Indian students” (8.5%), “Indian media needs to change” (7.2%) “India’s print media needs an upgrade” (6.1%) “More coverage of digital issues” (4.4%) “Print media’s role in Indian society” (3.3%)”Indian media has a critical role in shaping and informing the public” (2.9%)”The role of the print media in India’s society” was popular (2%) “Print media needs a renaissance” (1%) The Indian print media is dominated by the print and online media.
The Times survey also found that digital media and online news are growing in India, with about 1.2 million people using smartphones each month.
The number of digital news users has increased since 2010, but it has remained in the mid-single digits in the last three years, according Times Higher education data.
Digital news is becoming the most important medium for learning, said Vikas Subramanian, president of Times Higher ed.
The number of students participating in online learning courses has increased by 60% in the past three years.
The trend in online education and learning is not limited to the country’s digital media.
As many as 11 million people in India use smartphones, according data from The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation of India (ITIFI).
India’s digital literacy rate is more than 70%, according to the ITIFI.
Digital literacy rates are also higher in the Indian middle class, with 35% of middle class people participating in an online education course in 2018, according TOI data.
The country has a population of nearly 6.3 billion people.
India has the third-highest literacy rate in the world behind China and the US, according figures from the World Bank and The Pew Research Center.