• Dr. Urvesh Chaudhery


Indian higher studies have never accepted much eminence when compared to the primary level. Academicians of our country have already pointed out that for economic and social well-being of our country majorly depends on the quality and prevalent of higher studies in our country. The main hindrance is the misconceptions by the general public of our country which is accompanied by the economic issues. The vision of Ministry of Human Resource and Development heads the department of Higher Education whose aim is to realize Indias human resource prospective to its fullest in the education sector, with equity and excellence. Higher studies is a precious affair when we take into consideration the fact that almost 20% of the population still lie under the poverty line. There is still a gap in the level of enrolment between males and females. The government is trying hard to overcome this disparity. Skills have often been ignored in our countrys scenario. Thus, higher studies should also promote and encourage technical education. An All India Survey on Higher Education was initiated only in 2011, only because none of the origins had a complete picture of the data on higher studies. A large amount of population is also a problem as it becomes difficult to provide to the needs of each individual or group. The resources are meagre when compared to the people demanding for it. We should try to recognize the problems, and then we should work towards solving those problems. Public of our country should be keen to send their children for higher studies; they should be having a positive attitude towards higher studies. This paper discusses several steps that can be untaken to bridge the gaps in the system of higher studies in India.