Noida, India (PressExposure) January 11, 2010 -- India has been witnessing remarkable growth and developments in its higher education sector, owing to emergence of the country as a service-oriented economy. In line with the development of various services industries including banking, healthcare and retail, increasing demand for various kinds of technical and medical education courses has been rising in the country in recent years. Although the country offers tremendous growth potential for variety of higher education degree/diploma courses, medical education service market has emerged as the most lucrative segment of the industry, says our latest research report âIndian Education Services - A Hot Opportunityâ.
Our research has found that despite the continuous growth in Indian medical education sector over the past few years, the country has not been able to adequately meet the constantly growing needs for medical professionals in the country. This is reflected in the fact that there remains shortage of healthcare service professionals i.e. doctors and nurses among others, with extensive disparities existing not only between urban and rural India, but also between various states of the country.
Our demand-supply model indicates that if India wants to increase its doctors to patient ratio to the global average of 15, the country would require several million more doctors to meet the growing demand for healthcare services. A similar demand is expected for nurses in the country over the next few years. Thus, there is an urgent need to expand medical education system in India while keeping into consideration the quality issues in providing medical education.
âIndian Education Services - A Hot Opportunityâ provides extensive research and rational analysis of the higher education system in India. It gives the current status of the higher education system, giving overview of the number of universities, technical education institutions and colleges available in the country. Besides this, our report gives prudent analysis on the type of courses that will remain in high demand over the next few years. Alongside this, the report also briefs about the regions which are most appropriate for setting up new medical and technical institutes along with others in the country.
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