Let $H < G$ be finite groups with $|G:H|=n$, and let $M$ be an irreducible $FH$-module for some field $F$. Is it always true that all irreducible constituents of the induced $FG$-module $M^G$ have dimension at least $\dim M$? If not, then is it true that the composition length of $M^G$ is at most $n$?

For complex representations, these statements follow from Frobenius Reciprocity. But do they remain true for modular representations? I am particularly interested in the case when $F$ is a finite prime field.