Source: The Times of India
To restrain ‘Brain Drain’ the HRD ministry has formed a committee to suggest ways and work upon the guidelines so that more students get to study in India. UGC chairman will be leading the panel and will suggest ways through which universities can increase their student intake.
To address the problems of students coming back from abroad due to COVID- 19 who need to complete their studies and the ones who want to pursue higher education abroad, HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal held a meeting with various officials on ‘Stay in India and Study in India’.
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Many areas will be explored like joint degree programmes, lectures by renowned faculty from abroad, multi-disciplinary programmes, and so on. The report is expected to be submitted in the next 15 days.