A status report is being prepared to attract and attract Indian students studying abroad. It will contain details of how many students go to study abroad, where such facilities are available in India, how Indian students returning home from abroad can study smoothly due to Kovid-19, as well as outgoing students How to draw
AICTE President Anil Sahasrabuddhe said in an interview to "Bhasha", "We are preparing a status report in which special attention will be paid to" stay in India, study in India ". This report will be ready in 7-8 days. He said that for this purpose, discussions will be held with Vice Chancellors and Directors of institutes etc. so that some good suggestions can come out. Sahasrabuddhe said that in this episode, consultations have started with the Vice Chancellors of technical institutes and universities on Saturday.
It is worth mentioning that the Ministry of Human Resource Development decided on Friday to set up a committee under the leadership of University Grants Commission (UGC). While more students can study in India and Indian students can return home safely from abroad due to Kovid-19, the committee will give its suggestions about the related measures. The committee has to submit the report in 15 days.
The chairman of AICTE said that while preparing the report, we are paying attention to how many students are studying outside the country. What kind of course are they like and where are such facilities available in India. Referring to the self-reliant India campaign, he said that we have emphasized that what else can students do with their education towards making the country self-reliant.
He said that in the backdrop of recent Chinese government banning 59 apps, can students here create an app like this, can they develop any 'hardware' that we import . Many such topics will be considered. Sahasrabuddhe said that the "National Education Alliance for Technologies" portal has also been prepared to promote innovation.