Education comprises of three different aspects; elementary, secondary and higher. While elementary and secondary education is imparted at the school level, higher education is imparted at the university and college level.
Basically there are two types of education providers: public and private. Private institutes have two types of funding that are government-aided or entirely self-funded. Public institutes are established and managed by the government. Private providers step in when the government has limited resources. Private sectors we know, operate on a profit motive, but when it comes to education private institutes operate not on a profit motive, but for the greater common good of imparting education.
Skeptics believe that private institutes lower the quality of education due to a lack of active regulatory oversight. Most people think that they levy high fees on students. While others believe that private institutes improve the quality of education due to the presence of increased competition in the market.
There are various private Universities operating in Delhi NCR region and throughout the country. Here’s a brief analysis of why they are good centers for dispersal of education and why the public can rely upon them:-
Education falls under the Constitution. This basically means that both center and state regulate education laws. Determining the quality of education lies with the center. Further, states can regulate or wind up Universities
The main regulator of higher education is the United Grants Commission (UGC) and All India Council for technical education (AICTE). The professional courses are regulated by 15 professional councils.
Is it profit-driven?
The Supreme Court has interpreted that education is imparted for charitable purposes and not for profit motive. Therefore it is supernormal profits is not possible by providing education. If any kind of revenue surplus is generated by the private educational institutes, it is for educational development and expansion.
The bottom line is private institutes, have stepped in where the center has failed in providing education to the society. Though skeptics may differ, the education industry cannot solely work on the basis of profit. Private educational institutes, it would not be wrong to say, are in fact a boon for the society.
If you are searching for a good private university in Haryana and particularly in Delhi NCR region, then do consider SGT University- center for quality education.