State universities need more funds: Vice President of India

December 21, 2010 at 9:05 am 1 comment

Following is a report by IANS taken from MSN:

Kolkata, Dec 20 (IANS) Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari Monday said that higher education cannot improve in India unless state universities are able to obtain more funds, create new infrastructure and enrich their existing academic programmes.

‘Higher education cannot improve in India unless state universities, which are the backbone and represent the bulk of enrolment, are able to obtain greater funds, create new infrastructure and enrich their existing academic programmes,’ Ansari said at the Foundation Day Lecture 2010 of the University of Calcutta.

Even though we have been able to achieve an economic growth rate of 9 percent of the GDP despite low enrolment in higher education, it would not be possible for us to sustain such an economic growth, maintain our competitiveness and enhance our productivity without at least doubling our higher education enrolment, he said.

‘We must create avenues for vocational education so that entering universities does not become a default choice for the sake of employment,’ said Ansari.

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Entry filed under: BPUT Rourkela, Central Govt. Grants, Education, Higher Education, India, Sambalpur University, Sambalpur University Institute of Information Technology, State Watch-Monitoring the Odisha State, Universities, VSSUT Burla.

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  • 1. Jitu  |  December 28, 2010 at 3:38 pm

    I heard the news that ntpc is going to open a medical nd engineering college.I would request the admin to make awarness to bring both the institute in sbp-jsg region. Other wise our odisa govt will put it on costal region.

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