In J&K, Student enrolment in Govt Colleges six times higher than Pvt Colleges
Only 14 per cent students enrolled in Pvt Colleges of UT, reveal official figures
Srinagar, Mar 21 : In Jammu and Kashmir, the student enrolment in government-run-colleges was six times higher than the private colleges.
Out of the total students enrolled in both private and government colleges of Jammu and Kashmir, only 14 percent students were enrolled in private colleges.
According to the official figures available with the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), out of the total students enrolled in private and government colleges of Jammu and Kashmir, only 14.19 percent students were enrolled in the private colleges.
The figures revealed in the All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) states that a total of 22,577,1 were enrolled in the private and government colleges of Jammu and Kashmir.
It further states that the total student enrolment in the private un-aided colleges was 28,975 while in the private aided colleges was only 3083.
The AISHE figures further reveal that in the private colleges of Jammu and Kashmir, a total of 32,058 students were enrolled while in the government colleges the student enrolment was six times higher than the private colleges.
Till the last survey conducted by AISHE, a total of 193,713 students were enrolled in the government colleges of Jammu and Kashmir—(KNO)