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By Shruth & Smith
Sporadic urban growth in many cities in Asia and the Pacific poses significant risks to the well-being of children.
By Shruth & Smith
Enrolment at disaggregate level After having assessed the progress at aggregate level in the last chapter, attempt has been made to look at the progress with respect to certain special groups and also at the inter-group disparities of multiple nature
By Shruth & Smith
Quality in Higher education has assumed great significance in recent times, particularly in the context of massification and increase in competition due to role of the market forces in higher education.
By Shruth & Smith
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on HRD in its 172nd Report has recommended that we must exploit our ICT potential for its penetration to the Country remotest corner to expand the access to higher education.
By Shruth & Smith
There is a need for starting of interdisciplinary and integrated courses
By Shruth & Smith
To achieve a profound transformation of higher education in order that it becomes an effective promoter of sustainable human development
By Shruth & Smith
Analysis of the past Five Year Plans indicates that, there have been continuous efforts to strengthen the base by developing infrastructure, improving the quality through several programs and schemes
By Shruth & Smith
There is much work to be done – on all aspects of higher education. We believe that these Bills will lay the foundation for creating a modern framework to improve quality and check malpractices in the Higher Education space in India.
By Shruth & Smith
National Commission for Higher Education and Research 2010. This Bill is currently in the process of being finalized and is open to feedback from public stakeholders.
By Shruth & Smith
Achieving India’s demographic dividend will depend on our ability to provide a simple regulatory framework in education that eliminates opportunities for rent seeking and low quality.
By Shruth & Smith
Historically, AICTE, MCI, DCI, ICAR, VCI were formed to focus attention on specialized areas.
By Shruth & Smith
A large section of the Indian population is at the age at which an individual would enroll into a higher education course.
By Shruth & Smith
India has the third largest volume of enrollments in higher education, after China and the US.
By Shruth & Smith
The scenario in Indian Higher Education with respect to the four modes under GATS has been extensively covered by Prof. Rupa Chanda of IIM Bangalore
By Shruth & Smith
There are some barriers that are applicable to all sectors, while other impediments are specific to the education services sector.
By Shruth & Smith
Trade in education is organized in five categories of service, based on the United Nations Provisional Central Product Classification
By Shruth & Smith
Every year a large fraction of Indian students spend large sums of on a foreign education due to the letter system of education.
By Shruth & Smith
PPP can provide much needed finance to the higher education sector while serving as an efficient operating model.
By Shruth & Smith
In India higher education covers all the post-secondary education in different subjects such as humanities, commerce, medical, engineering and technology. Most of the universities offer multi-disciplinary courses.
By Shruth & Smith
The Indian Education Industry has been growing strongly (USD 50bn) and break-up is 40% contributed equally by K-12 & Higher Education and remaining 20% by Informal Education.

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