In our previous post, we just saw some awesome collections of friendship day messages but today’s post is a bit different. It’s completely based on the subject of UP higher education. According to the reports, there are total of 301.5 lakhs enrolments of students in higher education institutes in India which include 55.1 percent male and 44.9 percent female. In this, Uttar Pradesh is ranked at first position which is followed by Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Karnataka and West Bengal. In Uttar Pradesh, there are 46.7 lakhs enrolments whereas in Tamil Nadu it is 32.1 lakhs, in Maharashtra enrolments in higher education are 30.8 lakhs, in Karnataka there are 18.6 enrolments and about 16.6 lakhs enrolments of students in higher educational institutes from West Bengal.
All these statistics are shown in the Annual Status of Higher Education of States and UTI in India 2015 (ASHE-2015) which was released by Conference of Indian Industries (CII) and Deloitte on December 2. According to them, the more than one-fourth of the total enrolments that is 28.9 pc are registered from the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka taken together.
Deloitte which is a multinational professional services firm having headquarters in New York City, has presented the fourth such report in association with CII and MRHD. There are some latest policy developments in higher education sector which are highlighted by the report. Just like the feestdagen 2016 which are most probably related to the school holidays in Netherland. These developments are introduction of choice-based credit system (CBCS), scheme generated by government for the ranking institutions, role of higher education in mission ‘Smart City’ of government and role of state governments to improve the number of enrolments in higher education institutions.
In the reports, it is also mentioned that at the under-graduate level, the enrolments are done at the highest. It is 79.2 percent and at post-graduate level, there are 11.4 percent enrolments followed by 7.3 percent enrolments at diploma level. In the country, there are total of 667 universities and the highest share is contributed by the state public universities which are about 43.8 percent. You can refer
Highest number of universities is in Uttar Pradesh. There are 59 universities here followed by Tamil Nadu which has 56 universities, then Rajasthan which has 47 universities, followed by Karnataka having 45 universities and then Maharashtra where 45 universities are there. And there are some good news too for all the UP people out there. This new year it’s going to be a real surprise for all the 12th pass candidates. So get ready to party hard and send your favorite wishes to your loved ones by visiting 2016nieuwjaarsdag.com These states have the highest number of universities in India.
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