HOME    >> <<  WHAT'S NEWS & UPDATES

NEWS OF YEARS

  • To expand the Higher Education sector in all is modes of delivery to increase the Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in Higher Education to 15% by 2011-12 to 21% by 2016-17 and 30% by the year 2020.

  • To expand institutional base of Higher Education (including technical, professional and vocational education) by creating additional capacity in existing institutions, establishing new institutions and incentivizing State Governments and Non-Governmental Organizations/civil society.

  • To expand institutional base of Higher Education (including technical, professional and vocational education) by creating additional capacity in existing institutions, establishing new institutions and incentivizing State Governments and Non-Governmental Organizations/civil society.

  • To provide opportunities of Higher Education to socially-deprived communities and remove disparities by promoting the inclusion of women, minorities and differently-abled persons.

  • To remove regional imbalances in access to Higher Education by setting up of institutions in unnerved and underserved areas.

  • To enhance plan support for infrastructure and faculty development in the institutions of higher learning and to attract talent towards careers in teaching and research.

  • To create conditions for knowledge generation through improved research facilities in universities and colleges.

  • To promote collaboration with International community, foreign governments, universities/institutions and regional and international institutions, for the advancement of universal knowledge and intellectual property rights.

  • To promote development of Indian languages.

  • To promote autonomy, innovations, academic reforms in institutions of higher learning

  • To undertake institutional restructuring for improving efficiency, relevance and creativity in Higher Education.

Updates

  • Enhancement of Gross Enrolment Ratio by expanding access through all modes.

  • Promoting the participation of these sections of the society whose GER is lower than the national average.

  • To improve quality and to promote academic reforms

  • Setting up of new educational institutions and also capacity expansion and improvement of the existing institutions.

  • Use of Technology in Higher Education.

  • Development of Vocational Education and Skill Development.

  • Development of Indian Languages.

  • International Collaboration in the field of education.

Website Content Managed by National Education Project Commission GOI

Designed, Developed and Hosted by  National Informatics Centre( NIC )

Order of Ministey of Human Resource Development Government of India

Last Updated: 1 Dec. 2019