Niru Agarwal, Trustee, Greenwood High International School

INVC NEWS       

New Delhi,  

The Union Budget 2020 has definitely proposed significant changes which have the capability to revitalise the education sector. The enhancement of budget allocation for education is an appreciating move. The status of education is often a healthy predictor of the country’s overall development and well-being and we are excited that the proposed INDSAT exam could be the game-changer in terms of internationalising Indian education. Special initiatives like ‘Study in India’ will attract foreign students, thus increasing awareness of the rich and diverse Indian culture. The push for FDI in education too programme will make India an international education hub.

The focus on degree level full-fledged online education program by institutions ranked in top 100 will help improve education levels and give a push to digital education. The overall focus of the budget has been to make education employment-friendly. This is a very good move as it would secure the future of students who study with high aspirations and expectations. Going forward, we feel that there is an urgent need for the government to open up the crucial education sector to private enterprises to ensure quality-driven education.


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