The final draught of the University Grants Commission will be given to parliament for approval before becoming legislation.
According to reports, the University Grants Commission (UGC) presented a draught law for public comment on Thursday that wants to make it easier for abroad universities to operate in the country for the first time.
According to the proposal, the local campus can set admission standards for domestic and international students, as well as the tuition structure and scholarship. The institutions will also be able to hire their own faculty and staff.
As part of a revamp of the South Asian nation’s higher education, India has taken a step toward enabling major international colleges such as Yale, Oxford, and Stanford to establish campuses and confer degrees.
The University Grants Commission released a draught legislation for public comment on Thursday, seeking to enable the admission and operation of abroad institutions in the country for the first time. According to the proposal, the local campus can decide on admission criteria for domestic and international students, fee structure, and scholarship. The institutions will be free to hire academics and personnel as they see fit.
Despite the fact that India’s institutions and colleges have produced CEOs at firms ranging from Microsoft Corp. to Alphabet Inc., many do badly in worldwide rankings. At this point, the country must strengthen its education sector in order to become more competitive and close the widening gap between college curriculum and market need.
The administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is aiming to reform the country’s severely controlled education industry, allowing Indian students to gain international diplomas at a low cost and making India an appealing worldwide study destination. The move will also assist foreign institutions in reaching out to the country’s young population.
Despite the fact that India’s institutions and colleges have produced CEOs at firms ranging from Microsoft Corp. to Alphabet Inc., many do badly in worldwide rankings. To become more competitive and address the widening gap between college curriculum and market need, the country’s education system must be strengthened. It is now placed 101 out of 133 nations in the 2022 Global Talent Competitiveness Index, which assesses a country’s capacity to grow, attract, and retain talent.
Some colleges have already formed alliances with Indian institutions, allowing students to study in India while finishing their degrees on the main campus overseas. The existing policy will encourage these foreign universities to establish campuses without the involvement of local partners.
The final draught of the University Grants Commission will be given to parliament for approval before becoming legislation.

PM Modi Takes Steps to Allow Yale, Oxford, and Stanford to Open Campuses in India

The final draught of the University Grants Commission will be given to parliament for approval before becoming legislation.
According to reports, the University Grants Commission (UGC) presented a draught law for public comment on Thursday that wants to make it easier for abroad universities to operate in the country for the first time.
According to the proposal, the local campus can set admission standards for domestic and international students, as well as the tuition structure and scholarship. The institutions will also be able to hire their own faculty and staff.
As part of a revamp of the South Asian nation’s higher education, India has taken a step toward enabling major international colleges such as Yale, Oxford, and Stanford to establish campuses and confer degrees.
The University Grants Commission released a draught legislation for public comment on Thursday, seeking to enable the admission and operation of abroad institutions in the country for the first time. According to the proposal, the local campus can decide on admission criteria for domestic and international students, fee structure, and scholarship. The institutions will be free to hire academics and personnel as they see fit.
Despite the fact that India’s institutions and colleges have produced CEOs at firms ranging from Microsoft Corp. to Alphabet Inc., many do badly in worldwide rankings. At this point, the country must strengthen its education sector in order to become more competitive and close the widening gap between college curriculum and market need.
The administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is aiming to reform the country’s severely controlled education industry, allowing Indian students to gain international diplomas at a low cost and making India an appealing worldwide study destination. The move will also assist foreign institutions in reaching out to the country’s young population.
Despite the fact that India’s institutions and colleges have produced CEOs at firms ranging from Microsoft Corp. to Alphabet Inc., many do badly in worldwide rankings. To become more competitive and address the widening gap between college curriculum and market need, the country’s education system must be strengthened. It is now placed 101 out of 133 nations in the 2022 Global Talent Competitiveness Index, which assesses a country’s capacity to grow, attract, and retain talent.
Some colleges have already formed alliances with Indian institutions, allowing students to study in India while finishing their degrees on the main campus overseas. The existing policy will encourage these foreign universities to establish campuses without the involvement of local partners.
The final draught of the University Grants Commission will be given to parliament for approval before becoming legislation.

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