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Planning Commission of INDIA has proposed a seven year special plan (2007-14) which includes setting up eight new IIT , seven new IIM , 20 NIT , 20 IIT and 50 centres for training and research in frontier areas.
  • Of the IIT , three have already been cleared and one IIM at Shillong has recieved the green signal.

  • The plan envisages the setting up of 30 central universities. One central university will be located in each of the 16 uncovered states, while 14 new will come up in states which provide land free of cost and in attractive locations. These universities will have various schools including medical and engineering institutions.

  • Also, 370 new degree colleges in districts with low gross enrolment ratio would be established and 6,000 colleges would be strengthened.

  • In the field of technical education, there will be the expansion and upgradation of 200 technical institutions in various states. There is a plan to upgrade seven technical universities which include Bengal Engineering College, Howrah, Cochin University of Science & Technology, Andhra University Engineering College, Institute of Technology BHU and Zakir Husain College of Engineering & Technology, Vishakapatnam, University Engineering College, Osmania University, Jadavpur University, MU. Apart from the eight IIT s and seven IIM s, also planned are five Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research, two Schools of Planning and Architecture, 20 National Institutes of Technology, 20 Indian Institutes of Information Technology IIT and 50 centres of training and research in frontier areas.

  • IIM & IIT have strong position in the plan .

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