Indalytics Advisors — Data And Analaysis On Higher Education — December 2012 — Report Brief

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This report analysis the data on higher education in India. It covers the data across all UGC recognized universities and colleges, AICTE affiliated institutions in India.

The data used for analysis has been sources from various educational databases and portals of the Government of India. The data covers higher education, which starts after class XII and comes under the ministry of human resource management (MHRD).

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Indalytics Advisors — Data And Analaysis On Higher Education — December 2012 — Report Brief

  1. 1. INDALYTICS DATA AND ANALYSIS ON HIGHER EDUCATIONADVISORS — DECEMBER 2012 © 2012, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited l Indalytics.com l info@indalytics.com
  2. 2. DATA AND ANALYSIS ON HIGHER EDUCATION — DECEMBER 2012 A BOUT THE R EPORT WHAT IS THIS REPORT ABOUT? This report analysis the data on higher education in India. It covers the data across all UGC recognized universities and colleges, AICTE affiliated institutions in India. The data used for analysis has been sources from various educational databases and portals of the Government of India. The data covers higher education, which starts after class XII and comes under the ministry of human resource management (MHRD). N UMBER OF P AGES 27 P RICE OF THE R EPORT INR5,000 / US$100 (approximate conversion rate @ INR50 / Dollar) Visit http://www.indalytics.com to make online payment, or write to us at business@indalytics.com2 © 2012, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited
  3. 3. DATA AND ANALYSIS ON HIGHER EDUCATION — DECEMBER 2012 A NALYSIS OF H IGHER E DUCATION IN I NDIA Higher Education in India is governed by the ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). All the colleges and universities come under the ministry, which has the mandate to increase the Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in Higher Education to XX% by 2016-17 and XX% by the year 2020. UGC and AICTE are the two main regulatory bodies, which regulate university and higher education, and technical education respectively. There were total of XX recognized universities, XX colleges, and XX AICTE approved institutions, and XX distance learning institutions in India at the end of 2011. While XX million students went to universities and colleges, XX million enrolled for open distance learning in 2011. Further around XX million students went to AICTE approved colleges. XX% of all universities in India are the ones, which are run by central and state governments. Further XX% of all the students are males, with Arts / Humanities being the most preferred subject, constituting XX% of the enrolment. Arts is followed by enrolment in Science (XX%) and Commerce / Management (XX%). Around XX% of the total enrolment is undergraduate courses, while only XX% is in post graduate courses. Also, around XX% of the students go to university departments and colleges, while around XX% prefer colleges that are affiliated to universities.3 © 2012, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited
  4. 4. DATA AND ANALYSIS ON HIGHER EDUCATION — DECEMBER 2012 L IST OF F IGURES Figure 1: Breakup of UGC Recognized Universities — 2011 Figure 2: Breakup of UGC Recognized Government Universities — 2011 Figure 3: Enrolment in UGC Recognized Universities and Colleges —Male and Female — 2011 Figure 4: Enrolment in UGC Recognized Universities and Colleges — on Basis of Streams — 2011 Figure 5: Level Wise Enrolment in UGC Recognized Universities and Colleges — 2011 Figure 6: Level wise Enrolment in UGC Recognized Universities and Affiliated Colleges — 2011 Figure 7: Breakup of UGC Funding to Universities — 2010–2011 Figure 8: Teaching Staff in UGC recognized University Departments and Affiliated Colleges — 2010–2011 Figure 9: Breakup of Teaching Staff in UGC Recognized University Departments and Colleges — by Designation — 2010–2011 Figure 10: Breakup of Teaching Staff in UGC Recognized Affiliated Colleges — by Designation — 2010–2011 Figure 11: Expenditure on Higher Education in India — % of GDP — 2008–2010 Figure 12: Funds Allocation to Technical and higher Education — 2008–2011 (Provisional) (INR billion) Figure 13: Budgetary Provisions for Technical and higher Education under the XII Five– year Plan — 2012–2017 (INR billion)4 © 2012, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited
  5. 5. DATA AND ANALYSIS ON HIGHER EDUCATION — DECEMBER 2012 L IST OF T ABLES Table 1: Number of UGC Recognized Universities — state–wise — 2011 Table 2: Breakup of UGC Recognized Universities — Government, Private, Deemed, Institutions established under State Legislature Act — State Wise — 2011 Table 3: Breakup of UGC Recognized Government Universities — Central and State Government — State Wise — 2011 Table 4: Number of UGC Recognized Higher Education Institutions and Colleges — State Wise — 2011 Table 5: Number of UGC Recognized Autonomous Colleges — State Wise — 2011 Table 6: Enrolment in UGC Recognized Universities and Colleges — Total, Male and Female — State Wise — 2011 Table 7: Enrolment in UGC Recognized Universities and Colleges — on Basis of Streams — 2011 Table 8: Level wise Enrolment in UGC Recognized Universities and Colleges — 2011 Table 9: Level wise Enrolment in UGC Recognized Universities and Affiliated Colleges — 2011 Table 10: UGC Funding to Universities — 2010–2011(INR Millions) Table 11: UGC Funding to University Colleges — 2010–2011(INR Millions) Table 12: Teaching Staff in UGC Recognized University Departments and Colleges — By Designation — 2010–2011 Table 13: Teaching Staff in UGC Recognized Affiliated Colleges — By Designation — 2010–2011 Table 14: AICTE Approved MBA and PGDM Institutes — State Wise — 2012 Table 15: Top 25 districts with Maximum Number of AICTE Approved MBA Institutes — 2012 Table 16: AICTE Approved Polytechnic and Post–diploma Institutes — State Wise — 2012 Table 17: Number of Seats in AICTE Approved Institutes — State Wise — 2012 Table 18: Number of Seats in AICTE Approved Institutes — Program Wise — 20125 © 2012, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited
  6. 6. DATA AND ANALYSIS ON HIGHER EDUCATION — DECEMBER 2012 S AMPLE F IGURESF I G U R E 1: E N R O L M E N T I N UGC R E C O G N I Z E D U N I V E R S I T I E S A N D C O L L E G E S — O N B A S I S O FS T R E A M S — 2011 Total Enrolment = XX.XX million Agriculture Arts Commerce / Management Education Engineering Law Medicine Others Science Vetenary Science Source: Ministry of Human Resource Development, University Grants Commission, Government of India Sources, Indalytics Advisors * Figures might not match due to rounding offF I G U R E 2: B R E A K U P O F T E A C H I N G S T A F F I N UGC R E C O G N I Z E D U N I V E R S I T Y D E P A R T M E N T SA N D C O L L E G E S — B Y D E S I G N A T I O N — 2010–2011 Total Staff = XXXX Professors / Principals / Senior Teachers Readers / Associate Professors / Lecturer Lecturers Assistance Professors / Lecturer Tutors / Demonstrators Source: Ministry of Human Resource Development, University Grants Commission, Government of India Sources, Indalytics Advisors * Figures might not match due to rounding off 6 © 2012, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited
  7. 7. DATA AND ANALYSIS ON HIGHER EDUCATION — DECEMBER 2012 S AMPLE T ABLET A B L E 1: AICTE A P P R O V E D MBA A N D PGDM I N S T I T U T E S — S T A T E W I S E — 2012 States MBA Institutes PGDM Institutes Andaman & Nicobar XX.XX XX.XX Andhra Pradesh XX.XX XX.XX Arunachal Pradesh XX.XX XX.XX Assam XX.XX XX.XX Bihar XX.XX XX.XX Chandigarh XX.XX XX.XX Chhattisgarh XX.XX XX.XX D & N Haveli XX.XX XX.XX Daman & Diu XX.XX XX.XX Delhi XX.XX XX.XX Goa XX.XX XX.XX Gujarat XX.XX XX.XX Haryana XX.XX XX.XX Himachal Pradesh XX.XX XX.XX Jammu & Kashmir XX.XX XX.XX Jharkhand XX.XX XX.XX Karnataka XX.XX XX.XX Kerala XX.XX XX.XX Lakshadweep XX.XX XX.XX Madhya Pradesh XX.XX XX.XX Maharashtra XX.XX XX.XX Manipur XX.XX XX.XX Meghalaya XX.XX XX.XX Mizoram XX.XX XX.XX Nagaland XX.XX XX.XX Orissa XX.XX XX.XX Puducherry XX.XX XX.XX Punjab XX.XX XX.XX Rajasthan XX.XX XX.XX Sikkim XX.XX XX.XX Tamil Nadu XX.XX XX.XX Tripura XX.XX XX.XX Uttar Pradesh XX.XX XX.XX Uttarakhand XX.XX XX.XX West Bengal XX.XX XX.XX All India XX.XX XX.XX Source: Ministry of Human Resource Development, AICTE, Government of India Sources, Indalytics Advisors * Figures might not match due to rounding off PGDM = Post Graduate Diploma in Management 7 © 2012, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited
  8. 8. DATA AND ANALYSIS ON HIGHER EDUCATION — DECEMBER 2012 D ISCLAIMER No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publisher, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited. The information contained in this report is of a general nature and is not intended to address any particular individual or entity’s circumstances. Although proper care has been taken to provide accurate and timely information, there can be no guarantee that such information is accurate as of the date it is received or that it will continue to be accurate in the future. The data is sourced and analyzed from various Government of India sources, and the publisher should not be held liable for any discrepancy in the information. No one should act upon such information without appropriate professional advice after a thorough examination of the particular situation. Publication Volume: IND-12-008 Publication Date – December 2012 © 2012 Indalytics Advisors Private Limited For further information, please contact info@indalytics.com8 © 2012, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited

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