Problems and Prospects of Technical Education in Assam: with special reference to female enrolment.

Smita Lahkar, Girimollika Hazarika


The north-eastern states of India thrive to become one of the leading states in the field of education. The state of Assam among the seven sisters has the maximum number of schools, colleges and universities both private and the government. Gauhati, which is considered as a gateway to north-east is the most developing city among this states and has the maximum number of institutions imparting technical knowledge. Higher education in the form of technical education enhances human resource development by creating skilled manpower, thereby multiplying industrial productivity and improving the quality of life of its people.

Here in this research paper we will personally visit certain technical institutions of Assam and try to find out the problems faced by the institutions, faculty members and students.  The plight of women in the education scenario will be mainly emphasised in this research paper.

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