Non Governmental Organizations | NGOs India | NGOs in Bangalore | NGOs in India

A large section of the Indian population is at the age at which an individual would enroll into a higher education

course. This number is expected to increase further in the future driving demand for more institutes. In comparison with other major destinations for higher education, India has the strongest
opportunity for growth due to its population distribution. The following shortcomings need to be addresses in
Indian higher education space:
 Over regulation and under-governance.
 Curriculum development in comparison to global standards.
 Examination system to be focused on application of the discipline learnt by the students.
 Learning to be made more industrial application oriented.
 Development of good faculty.
 Improvement of the overall quality of education.
 The unemployment in higher education.

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