Impact of Diverse Universities on Higher Education Institutions


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  • Presidency College, Bengaluru, Karnataka, 560024, India

Abstract

The faces of the Universities in India are changing with Private Universities and Deemed Universities pitching. With more Private and Deemed Universities emerging, it has become difficult for State Universities to sustain since State Universities have emerged has mere affiliating and marks card issuing body without much support to Affiliating Colleges. Further, all the Public or State funded Universities operate under strict rules, which implies that admission must be open to all students, regardless of race, religion, sex or sexual orientation. However, since, Private Institutions are selffinancing Universities, without any funding from Government, are not bound to any stringent rules and can operate according to their own regulations. The aim of this paper is to examine the various forms of universities and the governance models mandated for these diverse types of diverse Universities and impact on higher education institutions in India.

Keywords

Governance Models, Higher Education, Universities.

Subject Discipline

Education

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