DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA SINCE INDEPENDENCE TO MODERN ERAJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.8, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2020-11-17
Authors : Chetlal Prasad; Sanjay Kumar;
Page : 506-512
Keywords : International Journal of Advanced Research (IJAR);
The institutional framework of higher education in India consists of Universities and Colleges. As reported in 2019, India has 993 universities and 39,931 colleges. One of the key objectives of the Department is to increase the Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in higher education to 30% by 2020. Higher Education system in the country is governed by multiple agencies with University Grant Commission (UGC) as the apex body. The rule and regulations by these agencies makes the higher education system more complex. The various stakeholders in the regulatory framework in the country are State Governments, professional councils like University Grant Commission (UGC), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) etc. and five professional councils at the state level like Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI), State Educational and Research Council (SCERT) etc. This regulatory arrangement of higher education in India is very complex and disfunctional. Global Initiative for Academics Network (GIAN): The programme seeks to invite distinguished academicians, entrepreneurs, scientists, experts from premier institutions from across the world, to teach in the higher educational institutions in India.UGCs Learning Outcome-based Curriculum Framework (LOCF) in HEIs.by updating curriculum fromacademic year 2019-20.and adopting learner centric teaching learning processes bysuitable improvement in the pedagogy.
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