Tuesday, December 11, 2007

My first love DELHI part- 4


Schools and higher educational institutions in Delhi are administered either by the Directorate of Education, the NCT government, or private organizations. In 2004–05, there were 2,515 primary, 635 middle, 504 secondary and 1,208 senior secondary schools in Delhi. That year, the higher education institutions in the city included 165 colleges, among them five medical colleges and eight engineering colleges, six universities—DU, JNU, GGSIPU, JMI, IGNOU and Jamia Hamdard, —and nine deemed universities.. GGSIPU is the only state university; IGNOU is for open/distance learning; the rest are all central universities.
Private schools in Delhi—which employ either English or Hindi as the language of instruction—are affiliated to one of two administering bodies: the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE). In 2004–05, approximately 15.29 lakh (1.529 million) students were enrolled in primary schools, 8.22 lakh (0.822 million) in middle schools and 6.69 lakh (0.669 million) in secondary schools across Delhi. Female students represented 49% of the total enrollment. The same year, the Delhi government spent between 1.58% and 1.95% of its gross state domestic product on education.
After completing the ten-year secondary phase of their education under the 10+2+3 plan, students typically spend the next two years either in junior colleges or in schools with senior secondary facilities, during which their studies become more focused. They select a stream of study—liberal arts, commerce, science, or, less commonly, vocational. Upon completion, those who choose to continue, either study for a 3-year undergraduate degree at a college, or a professional degree in law, engineering, or medicine. Notable higher education or research institutes in Delhi include All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Delhi College of Engineering, Delhi School of Economics, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Shri Ram College of Commerce and Sri Venkateswara College.

1 comment:

salik said...

i wanted to know about you so glaced through these posts, but no, you talk more about delhi, and nothing abt you... k ho yesto? malai ta ekchhin riss uthera aayo...
tapai affno barema kahile lekhna thalnu hunchha? how do you take blogging, is it dear to you, like your best friend? does it make you proud? does it make you to be more honest, any effects in your real life? just asking, you know, i'm crazy... hehehe and this is for you, don't publish hai... manchhe haru lai bekaarma kina tension dinu, hoina ta? maile ta lekhi haaley, metna mannn lagena....

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