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Go for honest SWOC Analysis of Indian private universities for quality in higher education: Professor MM Goel
"To become student friendly, there is need of discussion on the challenges and opportunities for private universities to develop need based higher education which calls for understanding, analyzing and interpreting the relevant issues including competition, strengthening educational value of education, retaining manpower, trade-off between quality and quantity, fee structure and utility charges, action oriented research, stress and step- motherly treatment of the Government and regulatory bodies," opined Professor (Dr) MM Goel, Vice-Chancellor, Jagan Nath University, Jaipur while speaking at the Gyan Kumbh-2018-inaugrated yesterday by the President of India organized by the Higher Education Department of Uttarakhand Government at University of Patanjali on November 3.

In his presentation 'Private Universities in India: Challenges and Opportunities', he stated, "Gone are the days when higher education was public good and is a quasi-public good also called merit want to be supplied by both the public and private sector with are the days when education was treated as a public good in India."

Explaining the emergent challenges in economic terminology, education complementarities, he added, "To survive, exist and excel, we need continuous monitoring of the strengths, weaknesses and challenges (SWOC Analysis) of Indian private universities with honesty of purpose." He stressed the  need to change looks, actions and words (LAW) in the area of higher education to make it the law of the land in all times to come.

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