SHOULD FDI BE
ALLOWED IN HIGHER
EDUCATION IN INDIA
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GROUP MEMEBERS
BHAGYASHREE
BHOIR
Kapil sibal supports FDI in higher
education in india
List of foreign schools in INDIA
▪ The International School, Bangalore
▪ Ecole Mondiale World School, Mumbai
▪ Scottish Hi...
Impacts in favor of the proposal
1. Enhances investment
2. Arresting outflow of monetary and human capital
3. Boosts compe...
Enhances investment
Arresting outflow of indian
monetary and human capital
Boosts competition
Creates employment
opportunities
conclusion
FDI in higher education can take
our country from developing to-
developed stage.
HENCE, FDI IN HIGHER EDUCATIO...
SHOULD FDI BE ALLOWED IN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA
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SHOULD FDI BE ALLOWED IN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA

  1. 1. SHOULD FDI BE ALLOWED IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA ????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????
  2. 2. GROUP MEMEBERS BHAGYASHREE BHOIR
  3. 3. Kapil sibal supports FDI in higher education in india
  4. 4. List of foreign schools in INDIA ▪ The International School, Bangalore ▪ Ecole Mondiale World School, Mumbai ▪ Scottish High International School, Gurgaon ▪ Oberoi International School, Mumbai ▪ Mercedes-Benz International School, Pune ▪ Mahindra UnitedWorld College, Pune ▪ Indus International School, Bangalore
  5. 5. Impacts in favor of the proposal 1. Enhances investment 2. Arresting outflow of monetary and human capital 3. Boosts competition 4. Creates employment opportunities
  6. 6. Enhances investment
  7. 7. Arresting outflow of indian monetary and human capital
  8. 8. Boosts competition
  9. 9. Creates employment opportunities
  10. 10. conclusion FDI in higher education can take our country from developing to- developed stage. HENCE, FDI IN HIGHER EDUCATION IS LIKE: “ SONE PE SUHAGA “

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