Financing higher education

Financing higher education
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Jan 22, 2015
Last Date :
Nov 01, 2015
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Roughly 1% of GDP is spent on higher education as against a target of 1.5%. In the recent years, the state share of expenditure on education has declined as compared to an increase ...

Roughly 1% of GDP is spent on higher education as against a target of 1.5%. In the recent years, the state share of expenditure on education has declined as compared to an increase in Central expenditure on education. How can we address the financial resource constraints in higher education?

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karthikpanicker71@gmail.com
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KARTHIK PANICKER 8 years 3 months ago

The government should also allow corporates/industrial houses to adopt government schools for developing the infrastructure of the schools. This can be done by identifying the bigger government schools at TALUKA places and allowing them not only to revamp the infrastructure but also design and run short term need based courses for the local community/students. The design of the infrastructure could be approved by the Government agencies but the construction should be done by the sponsor.

karthikpanicker71@gmail.com
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KARTHIK PANICKER 8 years 3 months ago

The Government should create a corpus fund where the well-meaning individuals and the corporate sector can contribute voluntarily to fund certain innovative projects.There are many students who come up with some very innovative concepts/products as a part of their project work. But these ideas/products are not taken further because of the lack of funds.I am sure that the corporate sector would be very happy to contribute to such a fund.

mh.sin.190579@gov.in
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HARKULBUDRUK SINDHUDURG 8 years 3 months ago

We all know that india is young nation . Most of population of india is young. India have a lot of talented student . But due to financial problems most of students can not get their goal.So govt. need to provide financial help to the students

Dr.Bapurao Namdevrao Barve
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Dr.Bapurao Namdevrao Barve 8 years 3 months ago

Innovative ways of financing HE’s:- 1. Earnest appeal to the public for donation & endowments for the cause of education.2) Creating Effective awareness about higher Education among people through mass media.3. Religious trusts / temples should be appealed to extend their help in the form of funding to HE’s.4) Worship of quality education as a religion of 21st century by the civil society and intelligentsia, litterateurs etc. 5) Appeal to Alumni. Variable student fee structure is desirabl

rj.alw.34096@gov.in
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SEEL GAON ALWAR 8 years 3 months ago

We all know that india is young nation . Most of population of india is young. India have a lot of talented student . But due to financial problems most of students can not get their goal.So govt. need to provide financial help to the students.

mh.hin.176269@gov.in
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SHINDEPHAL HINGOLI 8 years 3 months ago

In our Indian educational system there is no worldwide university who manufacturer worldclass manpower for nation..at first we need that class of university who help us to join all sectors of knowledge.