Overview of Information market
in India
Educational facts on India
 India have the third largest higher education system in the world, behind China and the Unite...
Type-wise Distribution of Degree awarding
Universities/ University level Institutions
State
Universities
297(47%)
Private
...
46
3
10
21
15
25
2
36
2218
1112
42
19
28
44
3
9
3 4
1917
48
5
59
3
58
19
26
3 40
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
Series1
State-wise n...
State-wise number of Colleges
4066
16
507653641
25354
1836
902
344328231
3078
1063
2236
4631
76642855
1100852
2412
15
2267...
Student Enrolment by stages in
Higher Education 2010-11
Graduate, 146164
73 (86%)
Post-
Graduate, 204912
4 (12%)
Research,...
Students Enrolment in Higher Education 2010-11
Arts, 6177730
(36.39%)
Science, 3127042
(18.42%)
Commerce/Manag
ement, 2904...
Faculty-wise Doctorate Degrees (Ph.D) awarded
during 2010-11
Arts, 3490 (31%)
Science, 3742 (34%)
Commerce &
Management, 7...
Expenditure on Higher Education in India
(As % of GDP)
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
3.64
3.4
...
Public Expenditure on Education- Sector-wise
(Estimated): 2010-11
Elementary
Education
41.8%Secondary
Education
25.6%
High...
Publically Funded R&D Organizations
 Government Departments
• Dept. of Science & Technology, Atomic
Energy, Space, Electr...
Major Consortia in India
• NKRC (CSIR – DST)
• INDEST – AICTE Consortium
• UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium
• N – LI...
Growth Drivers in India
• About 50 billion Rupees (USD 1 Billion) is being spent annually on research and development in
o...
Yogesh Chander
Publishing Expert
E-mail: yogeshchander.jp@gmail.com
Ph: 91-8447675116
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  1. 1. Overview of Information market in India
  2. 2. Educational facts on India  India have the third largest higher education system in the world, behind China and the United States.  More than 630 universities, over 33000 affiliated colleges, 22000 professors and 1,69,74,883 students including 16,602 research students.  The national annual budget for education is USD 10.30 billion.  Commanding market force: India’s GDP is projected to surpass that of the US and Japan and be second only to China by 2050.  Growing budgets: The institutional market in India for journal subscriptions is estimated at $175 million and growing.  Investment in R&D: In 2011, India pledged to double its R&D expenditures to 2% of GDP over the next five years.  New institutions: The Indian government has announced the building of some five dozen new institutions of higher learning.  New library consortia: Newly formed consortia are improving access to and increasing demand for scholarly publications.
  3. 3. Type-wise Distribution of Degree awarding Universities/ University level Institutions State Universities 297(47%) Private Universities 100 (16%) Central Universities 43 (7%) Deemed Universities 129 (20%) Institute of National Importance & Other University Level Institutions 65 (10%)
  4. 4. 46 3 10 21 15 25 2 36 2218 1112 42 19 28 44 3 9 3 4 1917 48 5 59 3 58 19 26 3 40 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Series1 State-wise number of Universities/University Level Institutes
  5. 5. State-wise number of Colleges 4066 16 507653641 25354 1836 902 344328231 3078 1063 2236 4631 76642855 1100852 2412 15 2267 39 3859 360 942 25860 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 Series1
  6. 6. Student Enrolment by stages in Higher Education 2010-11 Graduate, 146164 73 (86%) Post- Graduate, 204912 4 (12%) Research, 137668 (1%) Diploma/Centifica te 171618 (1%)
  7. 7. Students Enrolment in Higher Education 2010-11 Arts, 6177730 (36.39%) Science, 3127042 (18.42%) Commerce/Manag ement, 2904752 (17.11%)Education, 569961 (3.36) Engineering/Techn ology, 2862439 (16.86) Medicine, 652533 (3.86%) Agriculture, 93166 (0.55%) Veterinary, 27423 (0.16%) Law, 327146 (1.93%) Others, 232691 (1.37%)
  8. 8. Faculty-wise Doctorate Degrees (Ph.D) awarded during 2010-11 Arts, 3490 (31%) Science, 3742 (34%) Commerce & Management, 767 (7%) Education, 469 (4%) Engineering & Technology, 1007 (9%) Medicine, 337 (3%) Agriculture, 573 (5%) Veterinary Science, 150 (1%) Law, 123 (1%) Others, 503 (5%)  Arts includes Humanities, Social Sciences, Languages etc. Science includes Basic Science, Home Science, Computer Science and Computer Application  Medicine includes Ayurveda, Dentistry, Homeopathy, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health/Social Preventive Medicine, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Siddha Medicine etc.  Others includes Library and information Science, Fine Arts, Journalism and Mass Communication, Physical Education, Social Work etc.
  9. 9. Expenditure on Higher Education in India (As % of GDP) 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 3.64 3.4 3.77 3.85 1.14 1.09 1.23 1.25 Expenditure on Education (as % of GDP Higher Education as % GDP
  10. 10. Public Expenditure on Education- Sector-wise (Estimated): 2010-11 Elementary Education 41.8%Secondary Education 25.6% Higher and Technical Education 32.3% Adult Education 0.3 %
  11. 11. Publically Funded R&D Organizations  Government Departments • Dept. of Science & Technology, Atomic Energy, Space, Electronics, Oceanography, Biotechnology.  Govt. Research Laboratories • Council of Scientific and Industrial Research , • Indian Council of Medical Research, • Indian Council of Agricultural Research, • Indian Council of Social Sciences Research, • Defence Research and Development Organisation, • Indian Space Research Organisation.  Institutions of Higher Learning • IISc, IITs, IISERs, IIITs, NITs, IIMs, Universities
  12. 12. Major Consortia in India • NKRC (CSIR – DST) • INDEST – AICTE Consortium • UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium • N – LIST (National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Contents • DAE Consortium • CeRA (Consortium for e-Resources in Agriculture) • DRDO E-Journals Consortium (DESIDOC) • DeLCON (DBT Electronic Library Consortium) • Electronic Resources in Medicine (ERMED) • Health Science Library and Information Network (HELINET)
  13. 13. Growth Drivers in India • About 50 billion Rupees (USD 1 Billion) is being spent annually on research and development in our country. • The third largest scientific and technical manpower in the World, accounts for 3% of the world’s publication output. • It is estimated that there are 3,000-4,000 active scientists in India working in about 200 laboratories. • Number of S&T personnel has been increasing @6% / year*. Digital Library Support in India (Fund Sources) • Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) • Department of Scientific & Industrial Research (DSIR-TRP) • All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) • Ministry of Communication & Information Technology (MIT) • University Grants Commission (UGC) • Manuscript Mission
  14. 14. Yogesh Chander Publishing Expert E-mail: yogeshchander.jp@gmail.com Ph: 91-8447675116

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