New Delhi: As after lockdown, the mode of higher education will switch more towards online classes, the MHRD has set up a committee, headed by UGC chairman, to explore ways to stop what is commonly called as brain drain — students leaving India to pursue research and higher studies. Also Read - UGC Grants Postgraduate Degree Status to CA, CS, ICWA Qualifications
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The committee will prepare guidelines and measures to ensure that more and more students stay for study in India, and come out with a mechanism for increasing intake in well-performing universities. The committee will submit its report within a fortnight.
“Mechanisms will be explored for starting multi-disciplinary and innovative programs, facilitating online lectures by eminent faculty abroad, the linkage between academia and industry, facilitate joint degree ventures and lateral entry to higher education institutes in India,” UGC said.