BY PREETHAA GANESH*
Vice President, Vels Group of Institutions, Chennai
The announcement made in the Union Budget to streamline the implementation of New Education Policy 2020 and the introduction of legislation for setting-up of Higher Education Commission of India showcases the government’s commitment to facilitate a better quality of education and the will to create learning opportunities for aspirational India.
As a dedicated educational institute, we support the initiatives to create robust infrastructure facilities for our tribal student community by increasing the unit cost of each school.
The government’s move to promote enhanced academic collaboration with foreign higher educational institutions will benefit the education system and result in widened scope of opportunities for students.
(*Vice President with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. Manages operations of Vels conglomerate comprising 36 institutions, 30000 students and 6000 staff in India, Singapore and UK. Skilled in Negotiation, Sales, Team Building, Management, and Teamwork. Strong professional graduated from The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE).