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Traditional Sources of Financing Higher Education

The exploration of alternative sources of financing higher education (October 20, 2007) should have examined further the traditional sources like the state and families of students. The state is yet to keep to its promise of increased spending. And university fees should at least be indexed to inflation.

Distribution of Education among Income Groups

Distribution of Education among Income Groups K R Shah THE root of the hypothesis, that the distribution of education is equitable and so is the distribution of public expenditure on education, argued in "Distribution of Education among Income Groups

Financing of Universities in Gujarat

Financing of Universities in Gujarat D T Lakdawala K R Shah While the element of subsidy in total educatonal expenditure in India has increased, no serious attempt has been made to identify the activities which should or should not be subsidised. Also, no attempt has been made to measure the extent of subsidisation or to evaluate the benefits flowing from it. In this paper, the authors try to fill this void, with regard to expenditure on hostels.

Expenditure on Elementary Education, 1950-51 to 1960-61

Expenditure on Elementary Education, It was no small achievement that in 1960-61 over 60 per cent of the children in the age-group 6-1J were in schools. If the proportion had risen to 76 per cent by 1965-66, which was the Third Plan target, then the shortfall compared to the stipulation contained in the Constitution could be put at about 14 per cent.
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