While choosing a college or a university, the first thought that compels us to opt for a public university/college is that the fee structure would be lower. People tend to stay stuck to that thought. They need to delve deeper into the issue.
Not opting for a private university/college just because it has a higher fee structure is not justifiable. One should see what a particular private university/college offers against the huge amount you pay for your ward’s education.
Ideally, any university or college should fulfill the educational needs of students along with paving the way for a brighter career. Now the question is – does a public university/college ensure that bright future?
Private Universities in India certainly have massive fee structures, but then they also offer multiple other platforms to the students for overall growth. For instance, the students engage themselves in co-curricular activities, games (indoor and outdoor), and competitions at different levels in diverse fields.
Hence, they not only participate but also get opportunities to coordinate in organizing such events and fests, which enhances their capabilities for the future. When students get such type of training, they will never be sitting lethargic at a workplace or any other place.
They will not just be spectators; rather will try to be a part of the actions at every stage in life. They might turn into great leaders, organizers, coordinators so, and so forth. So, the amount that you spend in a Private University in India is not going to be wasted, it will be used in nurturing the hidden talents of your children.
Advantages of Studying at a Private University:
1. Less Number of Students
Private universities tend to have less number of students which reduces the class size to a great extent. As a result, the students shall not be overlooked as happens at public universities due to the larger class size. The more the number of students, the lesser attention they get. Besides, the competition is not that high due to the less number of applicants for admission.
2. Quality Time with Faculty
Since the number of students is lesser, the faculty members give more time to the students. The interactions between them increase, which boosts the participation of the students in every activity. The students will not feel dejected at any point in time and hence will also learn to build better interpersonal relations with their peers and faculty members. This quality will help them in the workplace too in the future.
3. Limited Courses Offered
Deemed/private universities offer a selected number of courses, both major and minor subject options. Hence, they hire faculty members also selectively by choosing those who have specialized in those very fields/subjects