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DOOMDOOMA , March 7 - The Internal Quality Assurance Cell ( IQAC ) of Doomdooma College in association with the Rotary Club of Doomdooma will organise a national seminar on � Higher Education in India : it�s current trends with special reference to North East India � at Doomdooma College from March 25 with a two-day programme.

The growth of higher education sector in India is very promising in the last few years both in terms of enrollment and number of institutions. However, in terms of access it is highly uneven. The disparities are manifolds. The share of higher education in budgetary allocation has also been declining continuously in successive periods that has become a problem for the weaker sections. Moreover, the public-private-partnership model in higher education is welcome in recent years which results in increasing the cost of higher education. The higher education system of India presently faces challenges, including expansion , inclusion and excellence. These issues and related sub-issues will be dealt with by the academicians and research scholars in the seminar.

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IQAC to hold seminar

DOOMDOOMA , March 7 - The Internal Quality Assurance Cell ( IQAC ) of Doomdooma College in association with the Rotary Club of Doomdooma will organise a national seminar on � Higher Education in India : it�s current trends with special reference to North East India � at Doomdooma College from March 25 with a two-day programme.

The growth of higher education sector in India is very promising in the last few years both in terms of enrollment and number of institutions. However, in terms of access it is highly uneven. The disparities are manifolds. The share of higher education in budgetary allocation has also been declining continuously in successive periods that has become a problem for the weaker sections. Moreover, the public-private-partnership model in higher education is welcome in recent years which results in increasing the cost of higher education. The higher education system of India presently faces challenges, including expansion , inclusion and excellence. These issues and related sub-issues will be dealt with by the academicians and research scholars in the seminar.