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Published by Department of Education and Science in London .
Written in English


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SeriesStatistical bulletin 7/86
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Open LibraryOL14516586M

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While private sector institutions currently support 70% of total enrolments in higher education, merit-based policy support is required from the government for private institutions to . The increase in enrolments in higher education institutions has led to a fundamental change in China’s tertiary education from “elite” to “popular”. As evident in Table 3, in , only about per cent of the age group population was enrolled in higher education institutions, but the coverage increased to 22 per cent in The public nature of higher education runs in parallel to its public role in society. Marginson () draws this parallel between the space of higher education and the Habermasian public . The growth of higher education in Poland under the communist regime (–), and especially in the s and s, was frozen: enrolments were stable and higher education .

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  “Enrolments in higher education have grown rapidly, although funding has now been capped, while VET enrolments in publicly funded courses are lower than they were a decade ago as public investment in VET has declined.” The report says several recent reports have revisited the Bradley proposals, with some arguing for a single integrated system. With relatively stagnant growth of public sector, private sector now accounts for 63 per cent of the total higher education institutions and 52 per cent of the total enrolments in Indian higher education. Despite various intervention measures to address equity objectives, disparity still exists in terms of gender, ethnic groups, and economic.   Recent trends in the Higher Education sector • Higher Education in India is decentralized under the DHE with separate councils (e.g. AICTE, MCI etc.) responsible for the regulation of different streams • The UGC has allocated a general budget of Rs.5, crores for the year to be distributed under eight broad categories.   The political and economic conditions that sustained the governance of the sector from its reform in the s are challenged by the current impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Higher education is pivotal for the economy and has been estimated to contribute more than $66 billion to it. Yet, the current crisis has exposed the underlying.