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Sunday, May 02, 2010 10:41:57 PM, Agencies
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New Delhi: Government's initiatives on higher education reforms will be put on fast track as four bills, including one on allowing entry of foreign universities to the country, are expected to be introduced tomorrow in Lok Sabha.
The other bills relate to checking of malpractices by educational institutions, setting up of a national accreditation agency and having specialised educational tribunals to adjudicate disputes in campuses.
According to the list of business slated for Monday, HRD Minister Kapil Sibal is expected to move the four bills.
The Cabinet has cleared the Foreign Educational Institutions (Regulation of Entry and Operations) Bill on March 15. The bill seeks to allow entry and operation of foreign universities in the country.
The major provisions of the bill are conditions like Rs 50 crore as corpus fund to be deposited by the aspiring institute to be allowed to operate.
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