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ABSTRACT. Education assumes significance as a provider of input for economic, political and social development, besides as a source of knowledge. Economic growth in recent years has been based on availability and quality of knowledge in any country, which in turn depends on access and affordability to education. Hence, importance of education has increased to supply adequate and qualitative human capital. Functioning of education sector depends on availability of various resources, of which to a large extent on financial resources. Finances for education are mobilized from different sources like government spending, fees, educational loans, and others. Among these, educational loan has been seen as an alternative way of financing for education. In this background the present paper tries to analyze the trends and patterns of educational loan in India. Further, an attempt has been made to understand pattern of student loans provided by selected commercial banks. The study finds that educational loan is increasing over the years. pp. 70–86
JEL Codes: I23, D63, I22

Keywords: educational loan; knowledge; economic growth; India

How to cite: Puttaswamaiah, Sanjeevaiah (2013), "Higher Education in India: Emerging Issues of Equity and Finance," Psychosociological Issues in Human Resource Management 1(2): 70–86.

SANJEEVAIAH PUTTASWAMAIAH
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Bangalore University, India

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