In 2001, the enrollment ration in india was 6.2% only. Thus, more that 93% students of 10+2 did not join the higher education. Even the students who joined higher education were largely into irrelevant education.
With this % of enrollments in higher education we cannot dream of India as a Super Power!As per the 11th plan, the government of India targerts to increase the higher education enrollment from current 8% to 20%. the total enrollment in higher education at the end of the 10th plan is estimated to be 1.2 crores out of which the contribution of distance education alone is 24%. the government has decided to increase the enrollment in distance education from 24% to 40% and to achieve this there is a renewed emphasis on distance education throughout the country
Thank you for the interest shown in the Courses offered by us. As the saying goes "Happy is the man who acquires Education" -Poor indeed is the man who does not read and empty is his life-. The Genesis of Civilization of any country is the class room. India is not only a developing country but also having a less literacy rate amongst its population.
Education is never wasted in a competitive world today. Graduation is minimum qualification, even for a person who wants to enter into business to understand the basic norms of business. What more would a student want if he completes his graduation or Post-graduation or any professional course in shortest period from the Universities recognised by the Government of India and all the State Governments.
Wishing you all a very happy and prosperous future!