New Delhi: The educational sector is the most promising and growing industry in the Indian market. The Indian education sector is the biggest and fast-growing business model. However, running an educational institution is a task and has been a challenge in itself. Additionally, the sector which was considered largely to be charitable trust has now turned into an industry. Moreover, starting a new venture in this sector can be a profitable one if a systematic procedure is followed,” said Dr Sandeep Marwah President of CEGR-Centre for Education Growth and Research addressing the members of International Film and Television Research Centre at Noida Film City.
Moreover, education is a subject matter of both central and state governments. Additionally, being in the concurrent list of the 7th Schedule both centre and state government can make rules and policies governing this sector added Dr Marwah.
Similarly, primary education in India is regulated by the board a school is affiliated to, like the Central Board of Secondary Education, Indian Certificate of Secondary Education, or any of the state boards.
On the other hand, the higher education is regulated by the University Grant Commission, All India Council for Technical Education, Medical Council of India and Bar Council of India informed Marwah.
Dr. Sandeep Marwah has been part of the All India Board of Applied Arts, Crafts and Design All India Council for Technical Education, Ministry of Education Government of India. He is also the National Chairman of Media and Entertainment Committee of Bureau of Indian Standard with Ministry of Consumer Affairs Government of India.