Central Universities in India
India has 47 central universities which provide world-class education to the students. They are spread across all over India. Central Universities in India are established by the Government of India, by an Act of Parliament. Some of the important features of Central Universities include:
University of Hyderabad. Picture courtesy: http://www.careerindia.com
- The President of India is the 'Visitor' for all the Central Universities in India.
- The President can nominate some members to the Executive Committee/Board of Management/Court/Selection Committees of the University in terms of the various statutes and provisions laid down in the University Act.
- The Ministry of Human Resources and Development or MHRD helps the President to appointment Vice Chancellors, Court Nominees and Selection Committee Nominees.