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Saturday, July 30, 2011

'Bring changes in higher education' - The Times of India

JAIPUR: Senior Congress leader and Union minister of Road Transport and Highways, C P Joshi drew the attention of HRD minister Kapil Sibal for public private partnership in higher education. He hinted Sibal (without naming him) for bringing fundamental changes in the higher education system to bring it in consonance with the need of the time.

He was addressing a meet of 40 vice-chancellors from different universities on the first day of a two-day West Zone Vice-Chancellors' Conference at the City Palace hotel in Udaipur. The conference is being organised by Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur in collaboration with Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi.

The theme of the Conference is "Higher Education in India: A Perennial Quest for Excellence". Experts and academicians discussed reforms brought in by Sibal on education, from scrapping Class X board exams to introducing central universities.

Taking a cue from his counterpart, Montek Singh Ahluwalia Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission expressed his displeasure over Sibal's proposal of establishing 14 world-class universities in the country.

He said, "It's better to support 50 universities with potential for excellence in place of establishing 14 world-class universities. It will boost the gross enrollment ratio."


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