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Has Liberalization Helped in the Growth of Private Colleges Leading to Inequity?

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The year 1991 was a watershed year for Indian economy due to initiation of liberalization which impacted education sector also. The number of private institutions increased significantly at tertiary level. This research note provides an overview of the growth of schools/colleges under public and private sectors. The private sector expansion leaves scope for plugging the gaps to provide equity across student communities and regions.
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Keywords: Higher Education; India; poverty; private colleges; privatization; rural and urban areas

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2015

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