Noida, India (PressExposure) December 17, 2009 -- Availability of sound education system is considered to be a crucial factor for the development of human resources for a country, ensuring that fruits of economic growth reach the masses and the development is sustained. The thrust of global economies to emerge as the knowledge economy has also reinforced education as the key economic and business driver. Likewise, in India, need and demand for higher education have continued to witness rapid growth over the recent past, owing to the countryâs emergence as a knowledge-based economy, says our latest research report, âIndian Education Services - A Hot Opportunityâ.
We have done extensive analysis of the higher education system in India to ascertain the prevailing trends and ongoing developments in the country. Our research finds a wide gap between the demand and supply of higher educational resources, particularly infrastructure, in the country, which is deteriorating the sound development of the higher education system in the country. The study envisages that the country would require several billions of rupees in funds for the development of its infrastructure in order to meet with the growing demand for highly qualified professionals in the country.
Our report also provides reason-based analysis of the need for opening up of universities (particularly foreign) in the country over the next few years. In this regard, the report gives the entry and operation regulations for foreign universities/institutions providing technical education in India. Along with this are covered insights of the critical factors which are must for the substantial development of higher education system in India.
âIndian Education Services - A Hot Opportunityâ provides in-depth research and rational analysis on the current status of the higher education system in India. The report provides 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. The report also briefs about the regions which are most appropriate for setting up of new institutes, including medical and technical institutes, in the country.
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