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It’s time to replace the UGC Act

It’s time to replace the UGC Act – Editorial: 17th April 2018; The Hindu

Overhauling higher education through HRD reforms:

The Ministry of Human Resource Development’s reforms push have set the stage for an overhaul of higher education in India that is long overdue.

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Global benchmarking of Indian learning

The Hindu Business Line | 12 April 2018 | Rana Kapoor | Opinion |

The UGC’s move to give full academic autonomy to universities and colleges is a step in the right direction… 631 more words


April 05, 2018


  • Panel to probe CBSE question leaks:

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has constituted a high power committee to probe the process by which CBSE conducts exams and to suggest reforms. 467 more words

A game-changer for higher education

A game-changer for higher education; Editorial: 28th March 2018, The Hindu

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State of higher education:

  • India is estimated to have over 800 universities (over 40,000 colleges are affiliated to them).
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Editorials Analysis

Leadership Challenge for Indian Universities

In common with most of the public services during the last fifty years, higher education has felt enormous pressure on collective and individual morale, and suffered above average incidence of the impact of low morale (in, for example, extremely high – or extremely low – rates of turnover, and in the rates of stress-related illnesses). 1,526 more words

National Policy

Evolution: An​ Indian Minister and an Ape

An Indian Minister for Human Resource Development Satyapal Singh (the ministry that looks into education) said that Darwin’s evolution theory is wrong as no one has seen ape turning into a man.  54 more words


Designing Growth for Indian Universities

Moving on a trajectory of sustained high growth, India is going to encounter a complex and turbulent environment. If the universities wish to play the stellar role in leading the Indian transformation, they will have to proactively engage themselves in their own growth. 1,175 more words

National Policy