Foreign universities setting up campuses in India
Foreign universities setting up campuses in India is a practical move that can improve access to higher education and reduce the outflow of Indian students seeking education abroad.
Redefining Education for Modern India
The All India Survey for Higher Education (AISHE) report 2019-20, indicates that 79.5% of total enrolments are at the undergraduate level. Only 0.4% and 0.6% of students enroll for Certificate and PG Diploma levels. Data points indicate that obtaining a degree is of primary importance for students even though those degrees do not disseminate skills necessary to function in the workforce. One-size-fits-all and typical learning paths advocated by traditional educational structures are losing favor.
Council Members Note for the month of March 2022
The University Grants Commission (UGC) very recently released a draft of Comprehensive Accessibility Guidelines and Standards for Higher Education Institutions and Universities to ensure persons with disabilities (PwD) have easy access to higher education.
Learning Anywhere, Anytime
Indian higher education is one of the world’s largest and fastest growing sectors. The change in demographics, which is expected to grow to about 1.5 billion people by 2030, has set the stage to propel the country into becoming a powerful mechanism of economic growth and development, if the higher education system meets the demands and needs of the growing economy, especially the job market.
Emergence University Bonds Market
Higher education is the new frontier for the bond market. There is an increasing number of universities across the world raising bonds to finance debt or investment. $ 2.2 billion value of bonds issued by education providers worldwide in 2007.
State Of Student Loan Asset-backed Securitization
Securitization is the process whereby illiquid assets or rights are pooled and transformed into tradable and interest-bearing financial instruments that are sold to capital market investors.
Rethinking Online Education- Editor's Pick
In an article published in Financial Express, Manish Sabharwal and Shantanu Rooj put across loopholes and biasness by Regulatory Bodies in Indian Higher Education,
COVID 19 Pandemic
Transformation in the education sector a reality beyond digital world
Budget 2020 and Education
Prof. Manjula Chaudhary Professor, Department of Tourism and Hotel Management Dean Academic Affairs, Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra
Gamification in Learning English as Second Language
Author :Subha Pande- Freelance Corporate trainer, translator and Cambridge examiner for spoken English, based in Baroda
University 4.0 will bridge cost barriers
Published on January 15, 2018 - Financial Express
Why we will need up-skilling courses in 2019 to get successful careers
Published on December 31, 2018 - Business World
Women leaders are still missing at top institutes
Published on December 31, 2018 - Business World