Higher Education Management, Policies and Strategies

  • Dr. Devesh Varshney Assistant Professor, Department Of Commerce, S.V.PG College, Aligarh

Abstract

The Indian education system has grown rapidly since independence. After British rule, higher education was regarded as the key to national development. Since then, the demand for higher education has increased enormously and many colleges and universities have been established. In 1980 there were 123 colleges and 4738 universities and 5% of the tertiary qualification group registered. In 1980, higher education was largely limited to humanities, science, trade, medicine and technology. In addition to supporting institutions for higher education in the government, the institutions are set up in terms of subsidies from subsidiary or private subsidies.

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Published
2018-02-14
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Conference Paper