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Madhya Pradesh adds 220 new colleges last year


INDORE: In a span of one year, as many as 220 colleges increased in Madhya Pradesh and overall enrollment of students also increased by 1,10,455.

As per the recent report of All India Survey of Higher Education (AISHE) for academic year 2019-20, there are as many as 2411 higher educational institutions (HEIs) in Madhya Pradesh. In the previous session, the AISHE report states 2191 colleges.

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The recent report states a total of 1501236 enrollment whereas 1390781 candidates were enrolled in previous session.

The average enrollment per college in the state has also increased by an average of 37 candidates.

In academic session 2018-19, an average of 734 enrolment per college and 24 colleges per lakh students which changed to an average of 771 enrolment per college in session 2019-20 and 27 colleges per lakh students.

Despite the fact that the overall response from universities, colleges and standalone Institutions have been decreased by six per cent in comparison to the previous year’s response, besides the number of specialization-wise number of universities, average enrollment per college and specialization wise number of colleges have increased in comparison to academic year 2018-19.

As many as 76 per cent response was registered in the recently declared report whereas the overall response in the session 2018-19 was 82 per cent.

As many as 89 per cent Universities of Madhya Pradesh responded to the AISHE in the academic session 2019-20 which is three per cent more than previous session which was 86 per cent response.

Based on the response, the 2019-20 report states that there are a total of 1946 government and private colleges in the state out of which as many as 1128 are private unaided, 198 are private aided and 620 are government colleges.

Whereas in session 2018-19, there were 1895 government and private colleges out of which 1089 were private unaided, 200 were private aided, and 606 were government Institutions.





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