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The rankings issued by international agencies like QS accord a heavy weightage to ‘perception’, a factor that has fallen foul of the Modi govt.
Members of the faculty and DU Executive Council say the vacancies are taking a toll on functioning, affecting a number of things from promotions to pensions.
A country that does not leverage the genius of half a billion of its own people is unlikely to go very far.
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Govt plans to spend Rs 1,000 crore on the public institutions while the private ones stand to gain freedom in choice of fee structure and courses.
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Against an earlier plan of 20, govt declares 6 institutions — 3 private and 3 public — as Institutes of Eminence.
Shortlist dropped as changed screening criteria was not being seen as ‘fair’ and prominent institutes were left out.
Headed by ex-CEC N. Gopalaswami, panel holds first meeting Tuesday; it has on board Harvard’s Prof Tarun Khanna, Houston Univ’s Renu Khator.
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