This episode covers the changing administration of the university as it responds to competition and market forces in the face of the lack of funding from both state and federal government. With rising costs, escalating student debt, the softening walls between academic and private interests, and the growing contingency of academic work, political movements representing students and faculty must resist both the university and the state.
The Indian Higher Education system has emerged as one of the largest in the world and the demand for quality education in India is only set to grow in the coming years. With half the country’s population below 25 years of age, India’s young exhibit a huge appetite for quality institutions in Higher Education. But what are the challenges that face this sector? Are private players now stepping up to shoulder with State Universities? Join us as we speak to some of the key players in the Higher Education sector on what they feel needs to be done to fulfill the many expectations of India’s Young.
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