In a groundbreaking speech at the 18th FICCI Higher Education Summit, NITI Aayog CEO BVR Subrahmanyam unveiled India's visionary plan to attract half a million foreign students to its educational institutions by 2047.

During his keynote, Subrahmanyam emphasised the paramount role of education within NITI Aayog's forthcoming vision document for 2047. He articulated India's aspiration to position itself as a global education hub by enhancing quality, elevating brand value, and securing higher rankings on the international stage.

"Our vision for 2047 places significant emphasis on education. Our goal is to enroll half a million foreign students in India by that time. Achieving this objective necessitates elevating our educational standards, enhancing brand

recognition, and securing top global rankings," he expressed, as reported by PTI.

Highlighting the urgency, the CEO underscored the imperative need to establish more education cities across India. He stressed the importance of collaboration between the public and private sectors to fortify the higher education ecosystem.

Furthermore, he urged the private sector not only to expand educational opportunities but also to attract international students while encouraging local students to pursue education within the country.

"To meet this target, we require innovative approaches within the higher education sector. Our primary focus should be on reforming the educational system to ensure students are equipped with industry-ready skills," Subrahmanyam affirmed.
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