The higher education system in India has grown in a remarkable way, particularly in the Post-independence period, to become one of the largest systems of its kind in the world. However, the system has many issues of concern at present, like financing and management including access, equity and relevance, reorientation of programs by laying emphasis on health consciousness, values and ethics and quality of higher education together with the assessment of institutions and their accreditation.2 These issues are important for the country, as it is now engaged in the use of higher education as a powerful tool to build a knowledge-based information society of the 21st Century.3
As we all the Indian higher education system is one of the largest such systems in the World. It is estimated that during the X Five Year Plan period (2002-07), there will be a tremendous pressure of numbers on this system and a large number of additional students will be knocking at the doors of higher education institutions in the country.
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Khushal Suryawnshi. Disability and Access to Higher Education. Research J. Humanities and Social Sciences. 3(1): Jan- March, 2012, 38-40
Khushal Suryawnshi. Disability and Access to Higher Education. Research J. Humanities and Social Sciences. 3(1): Jan- March, 2012, 38-40 Available on: https://www.rjhssonline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2012-3-1-8