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Maharashtra Announces Ambitious Plan for 1,499 New Colleges in 2023

Around 1,499 new colleges are set to be established in Maharashtra this year, as revealed by Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. The decision was announced during a gathering of the Maharashtra State Commission for Higher Education and Development (MAHED), presided over by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, held at Sahyadri Guest House.

Fadnavis shared that the meeting centered around a five-year strategy (2024-2029) that was discussed and sanctioned to determine the specific locations for these proposed colleges.

Fadnavis took to Twitter and mentioned that during this meeting, a comprehensive five-year plan for 2024 to 2029 was endorsed to identify suitable locations for initiating colleges and institutions. As per this blueprint, this year will witness the establishment of colleges in 1499 different sites across the state.

Additionally, discussions during the meeting also witnessed experts expressing contentment with the National Education Policy (NEP) of 2020.

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