Boons and Banes of Privatising Higher Education

The last couple of decades have seen the face of Indian education change considerably. The advent of private investment in higher education now means that more than 76% of all higher education institutions in India are owned by the private sector. This has sparked widespread debate regarding whether the privatisation of higher education has actually improved its status or not.
In our second edition of On The Fence, we explore different facets of the issue, including whether it fosters inclusivity, improves the quality of education and whether providing autonomy will lead to an improvement in the current standard of collegiate education in India.

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