होम News Jharkhand Gears up to introduce seven new universities in 2024.

Jharkhand Gears up to introduce seven new universities in 2024.


Jharkhand Gears up in almost all indicators of higher education. Whether it’s the Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) in higher education or the availability of colleges for a population of one lakh, the state’s situation is quite poor. However, continuous efforts are being made to improve this situation.

In this series, the establishment of seven new universities in 2024 will pave the way for improvement in higher education. Under this initiative, four constituent colleges will be upgraded to the status of universities, and three new universities will also be opened.

The establishment of these colleges will take place in 2024, including Devghar College in Devghar, Cooperative College in Jamshedpur, Ranchi Women’s College in Ranchi, and Keo College in Gumla, which will be upgraded to university status. Additionally, the establishment of Sir J.C. Bose University will take place in Giridih.

In the previous year, plans were made to develop Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University as the Advanced Research Center of Physical and Natural Sciences and Vinoba Bhave University as the Center of Excellence for Cyber Security.

According to the National Education Policy, universities and autonomous colleges are to be upgraded to multidisciplinary institutions, and their basic infrastructure is to be developed as state-of-the-art. It is hoped that progress in this direction will accelerate this year, aiming to achieve a 50% GER by 2035 as per the National Education Policy.

To increase the enrollment rate of students in the state, a phased approach is being adopted to establish 14 Women’s Colleges, 13 Model Colleges, and 33 Degree Colleges. Additionally, as per the need, degree colleges will be established in subdivisions.

Ranchi University, Nilamber Pitamber University, Palamau, Vinod Bihari University, and Kolhan University’s new council are in development, and in 2024, there will be progress in higher education.

The establishment of three new universities will lead to an upgrade of four constituent colleges to university status and the opening of three new universities. The establishment of new colleges and universities is expected to increase the Gross Enrollment Ratio in the state and enhance the availability of colleges.

Currently, Jharkhand ranks low in comparison to all states. The construction work for the new campus of Ranchi University has begun in Cheri, Manatu, Ranchi.

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