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Education Sector in India

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1. 2. 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 EDUCATION SECTOR OVERVIEW .......................................................................... 3 .............................................................. 5

KEY TRENDS IN EDUCATION SECTOR IN INDIA

Government initiatives will continue to drive the reach of quality education in India .......... 5 Education sector will continue to witness increased public private partnership (PPP) for further growth ............................................................................................................. 7 Indian universities will continue to strengthen international collaboration ........................ 8 The initiatives of international bodies like World Bank and UNICEF will continue to focus towards increasing the reach of education .................................................................. 9 ICT will become the backbone for education modernisation in India .................................. 10 The ecosystem of education cities will mature in India ......................................................... 13 The focus on delivering quality education will only be aggravated in India .......................... 13 The industry will present increased opportunities of acquisition & alliances in the future .................................................................................................................14 CONCLUSION APPENDIX ...................................................................................................................... 16 ...................................................................................................................... 17

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EDUCATION SECTOR OVERVIEW
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