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The Satchel Fits The Bottomline

India Inc is investing in higher education in a big way. And profit isn’t the only motive.

The Satchel Fits The Bottomline
The Satchel Fits The Bottomline
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Up And coming...

  • Azim Premji University: Set to begin operations with a 350-strong faculty. To offer post-graduate courses in education, development and teachers’ education.
  • NIIT University: Set up in 2009 in Neemrana, it offers programmes from bachelors to doctoral courses in engineering and management.
  • Apeejay Stya University: Started in 2010 from a sprawling complex on Sohna road near Gurgaon in Haryana. Focus on academics with major research thrust.
  • Shiv Nadar University: Aiming to create change leaders by nurturing meritorious students from economically weak backgrounds.
  • Adani Institute of Infra Management: This Ahmedabad-based institute offers post-graduate courses for upgrading management skills.
  • Reliance: Plans multi-disciplinary university in Maharashtra with initial investment of Rs 500 cr. Also on the cards: engineering college and polytechnic institute in...
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