Keeping this situation as the backdrop, the report attempts to cover the higher education method in India, the structure of a variety of universities and curricula supplied, the genesis of private initiative and its present status.
Crucial Findings & Highlights
India is the third largest greater secondary education technique in the globe with 25 Central Universities, 231 state universities, five institutions established through state legislation, 100 deemed universities, 31 Institutes of National Value as on 31st December 2007
In 2005-06, the total enrolment of students in all courses (expert and non-skilled) and levels in typical stream was 11.04 million.
The foreign collaboration in B-schools has also been escalating in the recent past. India and the US are seeking forward to a long-term connection in larger education with far more student and faculty exchange programmes.
100% FDI is allowed in larger education below the automatic route because February 2000.
At the moment, there are about 1,500 B-schools in India and the quantity of students passing out each and every year is about one hundred,000.
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Table of Contents :
Executive Summary 8 Highlights 12 1. Structure of Greater Education & MBA Education Industry 14 1.1 Education Method in India 14 1.2 Higher Education in India 16 1.three Enrolment in Higher Education 18 1.four Academic Qualification Framework 20 1.four.1 Bachelors / Undergraduate level 201.four.2 Master’s / Postgraduate level 25 1.four.three Doctoral / Pre-doctoral level 27 1.five Structure of Indian Enterprise College Marketplace 27 1.six Policy Framework and Statutory Bodies.28 1.6.1 University Grants Commission .28 1.six.two All India Council for Technical Education Act 28 1.6.3 National Commission for Minority Educational Institution Act 29 1.six.four Apprentices Act, 196130 1.7 Regulations 30 1.7.1 Statutory bodies in larger education 31 1.7.2 State Government.32 1.7.3 Central Government.32 1.8 Varieties of Education Providers 32 1.eight.1 Private Institutions 32 1.8.2 Distance Education Providers 33 1.eight.three Self-financing Courses in Public Institutions 35 1.eight.4 Foreign Education Providers 351.eight.five Non-university Sector.36 1.9 High quality Accreditation National & Foreign Bodies.36 1.9.1 NAAC 36 1.9.two NBA 37 1.9.three International Accreditation 37 1.10 Trends in Public Expenditure on Larger Education 39 1.11 Financing of Greater Education.43 2. Universities in India Framework & Short Profile 45 2.1 Central Universities in India 45 two.two State Universities 47 2.three Open Universities in India.492.four Deemed
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