RUSA will help improve education in Maharashtra’s universities

Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) has decided to help increase the educational qualities in government and aided colleges in Maharashtra


With the help of Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA), government and aided colleges will now receive resources to provide high-quality education and better facilities to the students. 

After the successful first phase of ‘Maharashtra Mission 500’, Mumbai University had a special presentation with the State Project Director of RUSA to initiate the second phase – RUSA 2.0, Mita Rajeev Lochan. At this time, MU’s Vice-Chancellor Dr. Suhas Pednekar was also present along with In-charge speaker Dr. Vishnu Magre and others.

RUSA sanctioned ₹271 crore for the betterment of higher education in the state. As per the plan, various subjects have been undertaken for improving the educational quality. In Maharashtra Mission 500, 14 different components will be included and funds will be provided to increase the quality of higher education in the state. The workshops taken under the plan will focus on the performance and achievements of the government and aided colleges. 

RUSA 2.0 will include 500 government and aided colleges in Maharashtra and will help 200 colleges with the facilities and resources. In order to improve the standard of education, add-on courses and innovative learning will be included. 

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