An Overview on Higher Education In India

  • Dr. Jyoti Sharma, Mr. Shamshad Husain, Dr. Anil Kumar Nishad


Education is a country's strength, and it has long been known that educational institutions have a direct impact on a country's economic performance. A well-educated populace is expected in a developing nation. India has the world's third largest higher education sector, behind the United States and China. Since independence, India has made tremendous educational progress as a developed country. Despite the fact that India's higher education sector has encountered many difficulties, there are numerous options for overcoming these obstacles and improving the higher education system. It advocates for more openness and accountability, as well as a debate of the role of universities and colleges in the twenty-first century and the significance of scientific study into how people learn. India needs people who are well-qualified and well-trained in order to advance our economy. As a consequence, India provides highly qualified people to other countries, enabling India's transition from a developing to a developed country relatively simple. The goal of this research is to find problems and possibilities in India's higher education sector.