Higher education is a powerful tool to build knowledge-based society for the country (India). Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) initiated an All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) to build a robust database and to assess the correct picture of higher Education in the country. The main objectives of the survey was to (1) - identify & capture all the institutions of higher learning in the country, (2) - Collect the data from all the higher education institutions on various aspects of higher education.
Get data regarding Students enrolment statistics according to AISHE survey. Students enrolment is total students on roll in a Programme as on 30th September of the academic year. Student means a student of the Institution and includes any person who has enrolled himself/ herself for pursuing any programme of study conducted by the Institution. Foreign Students mean those students who are citizens of a country other than India. Students intake is annual permitted strength for a particular programme of study which means the number of seats in a programme.
Get data on Study Programmes & Discipline according to AISHE Survey. Study Programme is a course of study for which Degree or Certificate is awarded by the Institution. A Programme of study is the approved curriculum followed by an individual student such as B.A, M.A, MBA etc. Levels of Programmes are as under: 1. Under-Graduate - Programme after 10+2 and generally having the duration of3/4/5 years, in General or Professional courses. 2. Post-Graduate - Programme after Graduation and generally having the duration of 2/3 years in General/Professional courses. 3. M.Phil.
Get institution wise information according to AISHE survey. During 2010-11 the lists of all the Universities and Stand-alone Institutions have been prepared by adopting the following method: Consulting the websites of the State Government Departments, Ministries and Institutions. Consulting all the Central Ministries, Councils and State Governments for providing the list of Institutions under their control. Different colleges are regulated with different regulatory bodies. There are some colleges whose programmes are recognised by more than one regulatory body.
Get data on Availability of Infrastructure in College/Institution according to AISHE Survey.