The decreasing quality will shift the higher educational eco system away from the public universities and towards private universities. It increases inequality in access to education. Published on 29 May 2015

The proposed standardisation model suggested for higher education kills the very critical thinking necessary for knowledge. The standards will be determined with lowest common denominator to accommodate small universities. The universities become sweat shops for producing employees to clerical positions. It will ultimately compromise the centers of excellence. Published on 29 May 2015

Low budget allocations to education always shows that it is a low priority area for the Government. Hence the major question is how the objective of development can be achieved without education. Published on 29 May 2015

The strong foundations of Higher education depends on the effective schooling. In India, we are having a reverse approach where Governments are interested to fund the higher education in the midst of low quality school education. It ultimately will create an handicapped higher education. The same phenomenon is being repeated from the days of independence. Published on 29 May 2015

From universities to coaching shops by Romila Thapar Published on 29 May 2015

The Rajinder Sachar committee recommended for equal oppourtunities commission which is not done yet. Published on 29 May 2015

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