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Fourth Title in the Series of Books on World Class Universities or Institutes

113 Difficulties in Developing World Class Universities

The Difficulties include Bottlenecks, Barriers, Hindrances, Obstacles & Hurdles in developing World Class Universities or Institutes, which are highlighted  along with genuine opinions of hundreds of experts throughout the world including relevant Solution Space to address the identified issues.

The Indian Higher Education Story Needs To Be Rewritten

  • In Indian education sector, for private players, there is no ROI and thus resulted in just 2.2% PPP.
  • India needs comprehensive policy for attracting global talent.
    • In 2009, UK universities’ economic output was £59 billion, and amounts to 2.3% of UK GDP.
    • In 2012 the international students contributed $8.0 billion to Canadian economy.
    • In 2012, 765,000 foreign students joined the U.S. campuses and contributed $22.7 billion to the U.S. economy.
  • The brain drain is costing USD 13 billion to India.
  • Total endowment of USA higher education sector crossed USD 400 Billion mark because of involvement of alumni and taxation policy. The 50 top ranking World Class Universities (WCU) get more than USD 1 Billion endowment every year.
  • During 2002-2007, India’s global share of scientific publication was about 3.5 per cent and China’s share has increased from 14% to 21.1%.
  • Indian Universities get only about 10 % of government research funding. Research at higher education institutes accounted for a mere 4% of the total national R&D expenditure.
  • The Indian Scientists of R&D labs (400 National, 1300 private sectors and 870 MNC) don’t teach and faculty of 700 universities are not involved in research activities of these R&D labs.
  • Ranking:
    • India is not having even a single University amongst top ranking 200 WCU.
    • In the Global Employability University Ranking 2012 only one institute, IISc Bangalore, could secure the position.
    • In the Times HE Academic Reputation Ranking 2013, no Indian University or Institute figures in top 100 universities of the world.
  • India is having 16, 9 and 8 times more institutes than China, USA and Entire Europe respectively.  

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Comments of Eminent Academicians and High Profile Authorities

For this series of books, I had received hundreds of reader’s comments from every corner of the world. I would like to share few of them with you. I am thankful to these eminent academicians and high profile authorities for appreciating and recognizing my work of national interest


Eminent Academicians and High Profile Authorities



President's Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi

Thanks for your mail and also for sharing inputs on a very important subject.


Dr. Arun Nigavekar, Raja Ramanna Fellow, Former Chairman UGC, Former VC Pune University, Founder Director NAAC, Senior Advisor Science & Technology Park Pune

Thanks for your mail and details on two interesting books…..


Professor R. Natarajan, Former Chairman AICTE, Former Director, IIT Madras

Hearty Congratulations, not only for writing these Books, but also for making the last Book available free to Academics.


Dr. D P Kothari, Former Director i/c IIT Delhi, Former VC,VIT Vellore, Former DG RGI, Nagpur, Emeritus Director general, VITS Indore, Former Principal VRCE, Nagpur

Congratulations, all the best….


Padma Bhushan Prof. Dr. S. B. Mujumdar, Founder and President Symbiosis International University Pune

It is indeed very interesting and informative…


Prof. K.K. Aggarwal, Former Vice Chancellor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi

It appears from your thought process, we might have some common goals in future.


Prof. Dr. Arun Jamkar, Vice Chancellor, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Nashik

Thanks and congrats for writing such a wonderful  book


Dr. M. U. Deshpande, Former Director VNIT Nagpur, Former Professor IIT Mumbai, Former Director IGNOU, Former Advisor AICTE

You are indeed a prolific writer and good editor of readable material. Your day will come, I hope, soon.


Dr. Hardev Singh Virk Professor Emeritus, Eternal University, Former Dean Academic Affairs & Students Welfare & Dean Science Faculty, Visiting Professor (7 countries)

Whenever I visit Nanded Gurdwara, I shall make a point to visit U; the GREAT INNOVATOR for H.E. in India.


Dr. Ananth Rao, Academic Consultant NAAC, Bangalore

This book will certainly help us to understand hurdles in developing world class universities in INDIA-Problems/Prospects


Dr. R B Chavan, Former Professor, IIT Delhi

I wish you could publish some the information through important new papers like Times of India, Indian Express or Hindu under the heading of higher education in India. This would help to reach out your ideas to a wider section educationists and policy makers.


Dr. Partha S Mallick, Professor and Dean, School of Electrical Engineering, VIT University, Vellore

It is my pleasure to Congratulate You for your outstanding work and contributions. As the Coordinator of "World Ranking" Committee of our University, I have been working/studying on this area since the last 2-3 years. I ready many articles, reports of India and abroad, this is a wonderful compilation and creation.


Prof. Dr. P. K.  Yadava, Former Dean School of Life Sciences, JNU, Delhi

I appreciate the effort put in by you in compiling the probable difficulties in creating world class University in India. The subject merits full blast discussion and policy formulation. Our students do so well in the world's best institutions. We need to change our attitudes of self-aggrandization and glorification at the cost of institution building.


Dr. S. Sivanandam, SRM University, Chennai

Thank you for the essential and the need of the hour book. Let all the academicians and the policy makers have a look at this to think of the present scenario and plan for the better future of the Indian Universities at the Global level.


Dr. (Mrs.) Anjali V. Kulkarni, Centre for Mechatronics, IIT Kanpur

Hearty Congratulations on this marvelous and much needed job!


Prof. Vikas H. Inamdar, Director, I.M.C.C.

Extremely important, informative and interesting. Pioneering and path-breaking research-work.


Ajith Abraham, Director of Machine Intelligence Research Labs, Professor, Technical University of Czech Republic, Chair of IEEE Systems Man and Cybernetics Society, editorial board of over 50 International journals, Visiting professor at more than 20 universities at various countries

Looks like a great job. Congratulations


Kishor N. Tayade HoD IT, Government College of Engineering, Karad

Hearty Congratulations for the release of your Fourth most valuable book for the development of World class universities. I am sure that this book would be very useful for the institutional reforms.


Dr. S. Sankara Gomathi, Dean R&D, Professor, RMKEC, Tamilnadu

Book is really interesting.


Mr. Sourav Chakraborty, Executive Director, Aunwesha Knowledge Technologies Pvt Ltd, Kolkata

Great job done


Dr. D. Ganeshkumar, Professor & Head, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, PA College of Engineering and Technology, Pollachi

Thank you so much for your valuable and country caring information pertaining to Indian Education Scenario and Economy.


Mr. Arvind Bhagat Patil, YCCE Nagpur

Looking at the international scenario there is a need of assessing our education system. The details provided in your books are really an eye opener for everyone who is a part of this system. I appreciate your efforts.


Dr. Manpreet  Singh Manna, Associate Professor, Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology

It seems to be very Nobel cause on which you are publishing your work. I personally wish you very great success and good health to get your contribution to our Nation.


Manoj P., Aazimpremji Foundation, Banglore

Really appreciate making this available for all.


Bhupendra S Mandlia, Registrar, Geetanjali University, Udaipur Rajasthan

Thanks for sharing such a nice book.


Prof. P. Guha, IIT Kharagpur

Congratulations for such a huge work.


Dr. Atul Mishra, School of International Studies, Central University, Gujarat

There are some of us who refuse to look at education in terms of business and economic opportunities, or statistics that portray nations in certain light. This may sound unfamiliar, but education is a human need and like all human needs, it is not something to be monetized or put in service of the nation. All the best, however.


Dr. Anthony Lobo, Vice Chair IEEE Bombay Section, Tata Consultancy Services, Mumbai

Kind of you to share this Dr Dharaskar
Dke, Past Chair had sent this intimation and we are keeping IEEE members informed


Dr. Deepak Gautam, IMS, BHU, Banaras

Its amazingly sad to see your list of difficulties (113 !) in making world class Indian Universities. Till now, as a doctor, I used to believe that taking birth in this world by non-surgical normal delivery is the most difficult thing.


Dr. Ashok D. Gaikwad, Professor & Head, Department of Instrumentation, Cummins College of Engineering, Pune

I am sure, your efforts in this context will be fruitful. The unsung heroes like you will definitely change the scenario of Indian Higher Education.


Dr. Krutika Raval, Gujarat Technological University

Our university is also doing research on Designing Structure of Technological Universities (DSTU) for coping with Challenges of the 21st Century. This book will be useful to study the same.


Dr. Sundaram Rout, R&D Program Director ADCET

I have personally gone through One series i.e Funding Techniques of World Renowned Universities. I really appreciate your effort for same.


Dr. Yashwant V. Joshi, Former Director, Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli.

I congratulate you on publishing books on a very important topic of concern to all educationists, Principals, and educational administrators.


Mr. Sanjay Pekam, Cognizant Technology Solutions

This is really good initiative and hope universities in India will use if these book and make progress


Dr. B M Naik, Former Director SGGS, Nanded

You have done a wonderful job. I appreciate.


Professor Dr. P. J. Joglekar, Former Professor IIT Delhi, Former Professor and HoD NIT Trichy

You have done tremendous and scholarly work, which deserves better publicity.


Prof. Dr. Dillip Kumar Bisoyi, HoD, Physics, NIT Rourkela

It is nice to see a good initiative and it must continue for better prospect in Indian context.


Dr. H S Gupta, Director & Vice Chancellor, IARI PUSA, New Delhi

My compliments to you for having conceived the idea of writing a series of books on improving educational institutions/Universities in India. It's a great service to the teachers as well as researchers, who need to read it to take the country to new heights in Education.


Dr. Kishore Ginjupalli, MCODS, Manipal University, Karnataka

I did go through your book. It’s neatly written. Hats off to your attention to intricate details. I only hope that our leaders will have some time to go through the same and take a serious note about it. Feel Happy and honored to have read your book. Keep the good work going.


Dr. Chandan Kumar Chanda, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Bengal Engineering & Science University, Shibpur, Howrah.

Who says Indians cannot do anything? The amount of effort and hard work you have put in to make your exercise fruitful is just unthinkable . For the sake of writing something I can congratulate you or thank you a lot etc as a feedback but I think these few artificial words are not enough.
From the core of my heart I can say "Excellent and very much usefull job you have done for all of us".


Maj Gen S C Jain, VSM, Director, Army Institute of Management, Kolkata

Our thanks and gratitude for writing such books which are the present need of our Nation. We all salute you.

Comments (Second Set) of Eminent Academicians and High Profile Authorities


Eminent Academicians and High Profile Authorities


42. Professor K N Pathak, Former Vice Chancellor Panjab University, Chandigarh It is really pleasing to see your dedication and interest in Higher Education, which enabled you to produce quality books on the subject. I am sure it will be of immense help to all those who are talking of quality in H. E.
43. Prof. Raj Kamal, Former Vice Chancellor Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore I congratulate you for excellent efforts made by you in National interest. I am fascinated by your achievements and work.
44. Bharat Patel, Provost (Vice-Chancellor)
Charotar University of Science & Technology, Anand, Gujarat, India
Congratulations. Really it is a nice book. Whole CHARUSAT fraternity joins with me to appreciate your scholarly work and good will gesture for making it available online.
45. Prof HV Tiwary, Former Vice Chancellor, Barkatullah University Bhopal Nice efforts to enlighten Private institutes, thanks a lot.
46. Prof. S. N Kulkarni, Vice Chancellor Dhauladhar Hills University, Himachal Pradesh, Vice President (India) International Accreditation Organization (IAO), Former Vice Chancellor Mangalayatan University, Uttar Pradesh, Former Vice Chancellor Noida International University, Uttar Pradesh, Former Director & CEO -Indus International University, Himachal Pradesh. My complements for this effort. Thanking You, With best Regards,
47. Prof (Col) Ramesh Kasetwar, Former Pro-VC, Mewar University Thanks for all the details related to higher education.  You must have really put in immense efforts for the publication of the books.
48. A. R. Chauhan, Formeer Pro Vice Chancellor , Indus International University Accept my congratulations for the wonderful work you have produced. This effort on your part will prove very useful for Researchers. Educators and Policy Makers. My felicitations again.
49. Dr. Ved Vyas J. Dwivedi, Pro Vice Chancellor, C U Shah University, , Gujarat I downloaded and got is printed and bound, read it...
This is a foundation book for upcoming universities.
50. Anil Sahasrabudhe, Director, COEP, Pune Thank you for a wonderful book which open eyes of many in India !!
51. Prof Harbans Lal, Dr. Harbans Lal Dept. of Biochemistry, Pt. B. D. Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak Heartiest congratulations for compiling such a hard task and presenting in a lucid manner to the academicians, Very difficult but essential to improve the standards.
52. A.K. Srivastava, Director, National Dairy Research Institute (Deemed University) Karnal, Banglore, Karnataka My heartiest congratulations and compliments to you for having conceived new topic for writing series of books.  I am sure, it will be read by every academician, researcher and policy makers to bring the Indian education system at new peak.
53. Dr. Uday K. Misra
Pro Vice- Chancellor & Acting Vice-Chancellor Aryabhatta Knowledge University, Patna
Thank you for taking so much of pains for making the book available to me. I am going through your good work. Such a compilation fills in a big void.
54. Prof. Dr. H. M. Srivastava, Professor Emeritus, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Victoria, Canada Kindly accept my congratulations and felicitations for your academic and scholarly achievements and accomplishments.
55. Kalluri Subba Rao, PhD.,D.Sc (IISc), FNA., Former Dean School of Life Science University of Hyderabad, Fulbright Professor at Seattle USA, INSA Senior Scientist Congratulations for taking such interest and difficulties thereof in bringing out these books. They will be extremely useful for many developing countries and even other countries… It is indeed an enigma to me why Science and Technology and other things are not taking off. It is a great riddle.
56. Dr. D. J. Tidke, Former Professor of Mechanical Engineering VNIT, Nagpur, Former Principal YCC Napgur Hearty congratulations for the great contribution to the vital national cause. The book makes a wonderful reading and provides comprehensive look at Indian higher education canvas; a 'Must Read' and introspection stimulant for all stake holders. I sincerely admire you for outstandingly collating critical observations of stalwarts, expert opinions and the statistical data. Trust the solution spaces proposed would set the pace and pave way for much needed reforms. Thanks for making the copy available. The soft copy shall continue to be on my desk top and I shall be revisiting it every now and then.
57. Prof. Sandeep Kumar E, JNN College of Engineering, Shimoga, Karnataka I'm half a way finished reading the book you have written. Such an awesome book and thinking for the present Indian scenario, I have never seen. The solution columns are really wonderful. Good to see such a thinker in education system after a long time.
58. R.K. Sharma, Scientist-G, Ministry of Earth Sciences Are the difficulties insurmountable? Lot of Academicians who probably constitute part of the policy / planning in their institutions have profusely appreciated the work. Certain correctives may be initiated by them.
59. Dr. R N Yadava, Former Director Gr. Sci., CSIR – AMPRI Bhopal, Chairman, Environment Management & Human Welfare Council Bhopal The provided information shall be extremely useful to all the associated Executives and Academicians in Education Sector. We congratulate you for putting the best possible efforts.
60. Dr. Lalajibhai Patel, Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad Hearty Congratulations for the release of your 4 most valuable books for the development of World class universities. I am sure that these books would be very useful for the institutional reforms. Thanks for sharing such a nice books.
61. Prof. Siddharth Y. Wakankar, IIT Gandhinagar First of all, accept my congratulations on your stupendous work of writing so important books after some Herculean efforts…. By the way, who suggested you to contact me? I must thank that gentleman for offering this opportunity to go through your book/s, at least the 4th one.
62. Dr. V. P. Matheswaran, University Of Madras I Congratulate and appreciate your selfless service to all
63. Prof. Dr. H. S. Yathirajan, University of Mysore, Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry congratulations! We needed this very badly!!  Expect many more from you!!
64. Souvik Banerjee, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay It looks as great effort for academic research. Thanking you in appreciation.
65. Yogesh Kumar, Joint Director, Institute of Applied Manpower, Research Planning Commission, Govt of India Your endeavors would pave the way putting Developing World Academic Excellence to the fore page of World Academia :Thanks for sharing it with doyens of Indian Education Excellence
66. Dr, Vijay Gotmare, VJTI Mumbai Congratulations, I am sure this initiative would help India for Higher education improvement since we need to stand globally so that our students would prefer to stay in country for higher studies. Excellent job and giving due publicity in my higher study circle.
67. Sanjay Mohapatra, Chairman, DIV-IV, Computer society of India Congrats on this new publication. Wish you all the best.
68. Dr. V. R. Singh, Fellow- IEEE, Chair-IEEE IMS/EMBS Delhi, Former Scientist G (director-grade), NPL, New Delhi Excellent work done by you! My heartiest congratulations!
69. Dr. B M Sagar, R.V. College of Engineering, Bangalore Sir, It is really good contribution from your side.
70. Bhupendra S Mandlia, Registrar, Geetanjali University, Udaipur Rajasthan It is a very interesting compilation of the challenges faced by today's institutes of higher learning. Congratulations for the great response that you got for it.
71. Er.R.K.Gupta, Member, Board of Management, IGNOU, Former Engineer-in-Chief, Doordarshan, Immediate Past President IETE, Member, Media Advisory Committee, IGNOU Your book is indeed devoted to nation building so far as Higher Technical Education is concerned.
72. Dr. Srikanth, Adjunct Professor IIT Bhubaneswar I am sure this will be very useful in our endeavors too, I will circulate this amongst some of the QEEE selected colleges/univs.
73. Prof. V.K.GUPTA, Kurukshetra University I have very high appreciation for your ingenious approach for initiating the process of improvement of world class developing universities by highlighting the difficulties faced. This book will be of immense help in the efforts for improvement of Indian Universities, if steps are taken with sincerity, devotion and honesty. I am highly thankful to you for making this book freely available for reading. Since you have made the availability of this book to every academician, its readers will be in large numbers.
74. Dr. R.S. Thakur, Guru Ghasidas Central Univ. Bilaspur, Raghwendra Singh Thakur Research Scholar, Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Kanpur My hearty congratulations to you Dr. Dharaskar. It is a very crucial issue which you have focused on and your thought process will be pivotal to bring educational reforms. Keep us posted
75. Dr. John Intru Disouza, Principal Tatyasaheb Kore College of Pharmacy, Warananagar, Heartiest Congratulations for compiling such a fantastic book, which reflects revamping of Higher Education, the need of hour.
76. Dr. Pubalika Bhattacharya Maitra, Calcutta University Thanking you to raise such a thought provoking issue.
77. Prof. Raviraj Havaldar, Dr. M S Sheshgiri College of Engineering and Technology Belgaum Immensely happy to read your book. Hearty Congratulations for the release of your fourth the most valuable book for the development of World class universities. I am sure that this book would be very useful for the institutional reforms. Thanks and congrats for writing such a wonderful book.
78. Principal, Government Engineering College Patan Congratulation for writing such a wonderful book.
79. Prof. K. P. Subbarao, Senior Fellow, ICSSR I hope you have done a wonderful work. It is the need of the hour.
Keep it up.
80. Dr. Kanhaiya Lal, BIT Patna Campus Congratulations to you for providing such type of book in which root of higher education system is compared with developed/developing countries. I hope this will be very useful to improve our education system.
81. Mirza Rahil Beg, Computer Centre, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi I have also gone through this book. Your research on this topic is excellent.
82. M N Murthy, Principal Director
National Power Training Institute (Govt. of India, Ministry Of Power ) Bangalore
It is quite exhaustive and interesting. It is useful for us to find out ways and means to make our Institutes world class.
83. Dr. H. B. Bhadka, Dean, C. U. Shah University, Gujarat. Sir, Content of the books gathered, analyzed and arranged in excellent way.
84. Prof. Kalitkar Kishan Rao, Former Principal REC Warangal, Presently Technical Adviser Vaagdevi Group of Technical Institutions ,Warangal & Hyderabad. Thank you for providing such a informative document about the Higher Education in our Country and making it available free of cost. Every academician should read this .You have done tremendous and scholarly work, which deserves better publicity.
Please accept my congratulations.
85. M P Vithal, Indian Institute Of Plantation Management, Professor (Finance and Strategy), Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. Thanks for Catching the CATS by their Whiskers. Every true academic should read. We only can follow our example.
86. Dr. S. K. Omanwar, Professor & Head, Department of Physics, Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University,
Excellent information and very nicely arranged, logical, Well organized observations and queries spelt out judiciously.
87. Dr. R. PalsonKennedy, Principal, PMR Engineering college, Chennai-95 It is really a great to see a good & worthy initiative and it will certainly help to build a brilliant scholars in future.
88. Dr. K. Ravi., School of Electrical Engineering VIT University, Vellore First of all i would like to congratulate for your great effort about your series of 4 th book. It was really awesome. It could be very useful for our growth of Indian higher education department to get top 100 universities in the world.
89. Nikita Hari, University of Cambridge
Dept. of Electrical Engineering Centre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics, United Kingdom
Thank you so much for the email. Hearty congratulations!! I appreciate your efforts in this direction. I have always strongly felt we needed to address this issue and I am so very happy to see your book. .. As a researcher from Cambridge and having gone through many hardships to reach here, I am sure I will be able to connect to your writing in all its depth that it demands. Many thanks again, Wishing you all success in your endeavor,
90. Prof. Dr. Gopal S Singh, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Very good highly informative, I would prefer to include others as well.
91. Dr. Asha Ambhaikar, Professor and Dean (R&D), Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Rungta College of Engineering and Technology, Bhilai Our thanks and gratitude for writing such books which are the present and basic need of our Country. We all really apreciate you. Keep on doing.....Great.....
92. Dr. K. N. Nandurkar
Principal, KKWIEER, Nashik
Thanks for the mail and sharing the important book. It will be useful for us to prepare our road-map for future.
93. Dr. Avinash Badadhe, Professor, RSCOE, Pune My heartily congratulations and thanks for sharing your proactive thoughts regarding difficulties in making our university the world class. Observations that are discussed are the realistic one and has to be looked into seriously. I specially appreciate the solutions given for the various problem discussed in the issue.
94. Prof. Kamthane Ashok Namdev SGGS, Nanded I am delighted to note that you have written excellent comprehensive books on higher education and indicated difficulties/hurdles faced by Indian universities…. My congratulations and compliments for bringing out innovative and informative books on higher education.
95. Dr. Mohammed Altaf Khan, Professor & Head, Department of Commerce & Business Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi It is a great contribution to the nation wish you all the best
96. Dr. M S Shashidhara, Prof. & Head, Oxford College of Engineering, Bangalore Hearty Congratulations for your splendid scholarly work. Indian Universities' Vice Chancellors' must read and adapt these skills/ideas for improving Universities. Thanks for sending fee copy online.
97. N. Sathyamurthy, Director, IISER Mohali (on deputation from IITK) Thank you for your mail and letting me download a soft copy….I appreciate your efforts in putting such a document together.
98. G. B. Dhanokar, Joint Director Technical Education, Regional Office Bandra (East), Mumbai Excellent work done by you! My heartiest congratulations!
99. Dr. VD Abraham, Vice-chancellor, Oriental University, Indore It’s really an eye opener and energizes many channel of thoughts.
100. Prof. Ramesh K. Goyal, Former-Vice Chancellor, M. S. University of Baroda, Distinguished Professor, Institute of Life Science, Ahmedabad University This is your true devotion for education. Otherwise one is interested to see that how can one sell the copies. Hats off to you Sir!
When I was the Vice Chancellor at the M. S. University of Baroda, I used to study as to why we do not have any of our universities in ranking. In Gujarat, not a single university has the 'A' grade. There have been meetings and discussions but only in a three years span one cannot do to bring it to an 'A' Grade. Your books are certainly a clear guidelines to plan for this purpose. I am sure Government will also take a note of your contribution.
101. Prof. (Dr) Sudhir Kumar, ISM University, Dhanbad Definitely the in-depth studies and excellent evaluations of the academic acumen of Indian university and logical and scientific analysis of workings of Indian universities and technical institutions written in books on "Top Ranking University in ......." are highly informative and value based. Kudos for delivering such outstanding books on Higher and advance education paradigm.
102. Surendra Bhosale, Head, Monitoring & Evaluation, SPFU, DTE Mumbai TEQIP-2, Associate Professor, VJTI, Mumbai Your book is so nice and to be send to all Principal Secretaries of All States, Vice Chancellors and Governors
103. Prof Rakesh K Trivedi, Director STEP-HBTI, Kanpur, India Hearty Congratulations for the release of your Fourth book for the development of World class universities. I can understand the quantum of efforts and research in publishing such a book, which can be published only after a real evaluation of higher education system in the country and assessing the world class systems and facilities across the globe. I am sure that this book would be very useful for the institutional reforms as well as a policy document for policy makers and administrators in education sector.
104. Dr. Naliniprava Tripathy, IIM Shillong My heartiest congratulation for bringing such a wonderful and educated book. I appreciate your deep introspection and inclusive look of Indian Higher Education system. I am sure, this book will stimulate a new silhouette in the minds of academicians and policy makers.

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