If India is to achieve its dream of having world-class institutions, it needs to recognise that it takes more than funds.
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Young minds in India are being destroyed by a faulty pattern of education, parental ambitions and a flawed idea of ‘success’.
Data shows the number of management colleges has dropped from 3,609 in 2014-15 to 3,264 in 2017-18.
Source: Times Higher Education
The new Study in India internationalization strategy aims to increase the number of international students in the country to 200,000 in five years while transforming India into a regional leader in terms of attracting students from abroad.
The Indian government states that 15,000 seats in 160 universities will be dedicated to these incoming students next year, none of which will be taken from domestic students. The top 25% of international students will be eligible for full scholarships while the next 50% of students will be able to receive partial fee waivers.
For further details on the Study in India program, visit the Times Higher Education website.
“It was an honour to do seva with the Sikh community… ahead of this weekend’s Nagar Kirtan to celebrate Vaisakhi.“
IIT-Delhi is an early entrant to incubating startups and has, so far, spawned some 80 companies.
Centralization in the UGC system has had negative effects on the quality of higher education.
Draft Bill calls for a new regulator that will mentor institutes, besides defining academic standards.
Fragmentation of knowledge will lead to the fragmentation of society itself.
Quality of exams in Indian engineering education system had been a concern.
The typical college, whether public or private; whether for arts, science, commerce or engineering, is mediocre.
Indian students make up the bulk of international students worldwide but the same can’t be said about the number of foreigners enrolling in India.