Delhi, India (PressExposure) June 10, 2009 -- RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, âIndian Education Services - A Hot Opportunityâ to its report gallery. The Indian higher education system has been continuously witnessing impressive growth post liberalization. Student enrollments in the country have grown to over 12 Million, from just 0.1 Million in 1947. This revolution has come around with the emergence of a whole new class of education providers, including private institutes, distance education providers, self-financing courses in public institutions and foreign education providers.
As per our new analytical study âIndian Education Services - A Hot Opportunityâ, there remains high growth potential in the development of higher education system in India. India has over 400 universities and nearly 21,000 colleges serving the current student base. In order to achieve its target of 21 Million students annually going for higher education by 2012, India needs to invest huge amounts on its higher education infrastructure development and deployment.
With liberalization on place, the Indian education system offers tremendous opportunities for various universities worldwide to enter the rapidly growing education service market in the country. This is because India has all the resources and potential to become a regional hub. However, the sector particularly lacks in proper investments, which is a constraint in coping with growing market demand and global competition.
This report provides extensive research on the present status of the Indian higher education system by providing the number of universities, technical education institutions and colleges available in India. It also presents reason based analysis of the need for opening up of universities (particularly foreign) in the country in long run. We have done rational analysis of the type of courses that foreign universities can leverage as Indian universities/institutions are lacking in those particular domains. The report also gives the entry and operation regulations for foreign universities/institutions providing technical education in India.
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