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The Role of Privatization of Higher Education in India


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1 Govt. College Ghumarwin, Dist. Bilaspur, (HP.), India
2 Govt. College Hamirpur, Dist. Hamirpur, (HP.), India
     

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Privatization of higher education in India has brought out new educational policies and programs to increase income, employment, and economic development opportunity at national and international level. There has been a rapid change in the education plot of India. This privatization has inspired individuals as well as society for establishing private schools, colleges, and private universities to meet the increasing demand for education. Consequently, the private educational institutions are growing day by day throughout the country. At this backdrop, the present paper seeks to analyse the role of higher education with special reference to privatization of higher education in India. It points out that many private institutions are not transparent in their functioning and they seldom provide to provide quality education. India is third largest country of the world in higher education system. In 2017-18 Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in India was around 25.8percent. This paper an attempt to analyse the role of privatization in higher education and how for it is successful in maintain the quality of education at different levels.

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Higher Education, University Grant Commission (UGC), Privatization, Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER).
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Authors

Shyam Lal
Govt. College Ghumarwin, Dist. Bilaspur, (HP.), India
Dinesh kumar
Govt. College Hamirpur, Dist. Hamirpur, (HP.), India

Abstract


Privatization of higher education in India has brought out new educational policies and programs to increase income, employment, and economic development opportunity at national and international level. There has been a rapid change in the education plot of India. This privatization has inspired individuals as well as society for establishing private schools, colleges, and private universities to meet the increasing demand for education. Consequently, the private educational institutions are growing day by day throughout the country. At this backdrop, the present paper seeks to analyse the role of higher education with special reference to privatization of higher education in India. It points out that many private institutions are not transparent in their functioning and they seldom provide to provide quality education. India is third largest country of the world in higher education system. In 2017-18 Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in India was around 25.8percent. This paper an attempt to analyse the role of privatization in higher education and how for it is successful in maintain the quality of education at different levels.

Keywords


Higher Education, University Grant Commission (UGC), Privatization, Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER).

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