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Higher Education I: From Kothari Commission to Pitroda Commission

In 1966, the D S Kothari Commission on education submitted a progressive report, which was largely implemented half-heartedly, and the policy on higher education has continued to be driven by vested interests. Now, Sam Pitroda's report on behalf of the National Knowledge Commission suggests reforms to face current and future challenges.

Higher Education Policy

Liberalisation of higher education services in India should not be viewed from the point of view of generating revenues but as a strategy to promote the quality of its own higher education system. Further, attracting students from outside for postgraduate study and research opportunities in India will be able to fuel innovation and enterprise in the higher education system.
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