Union Minister of HRD Smirit Irani has asked private educational institutions to collaborate with government in improving access, transparency and quality of higher education in India, while announcing a series of new initiatives by her ministry to help students with quality academic content and other supports to prepare for country’s premier educational institutions such as IITs.
The Union Minister of Human Resource Development (HRD), Smriti Zubin Irani, recently released the India Rankings 2016 and dedicated India’s first ranking to the nation.
To improve the quality of education the government in Budget has decided to transform 10 private and public institutions to world class levels. The education industry more or less is happy with the Budget as it being seen as pro-skill and employment budget with keen focus on the rural segment.
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