Higher education in India is not cheap, and most parents in India struggle to fund higher education of their children, who want to go in for some professional degree in India.
With planning, preparation, and of course the right information, higher education is accessible to most Indian students.
Funding higher education of students is also the responsibility of the government. That is why there are so many scholarships that provide financial assistance to ‘meritorious students’.
Both the Government and Non-Government educational institutions provide financial assistance to students (most of it is in the form of scholarships in India.)
You can check out the several trusts and scholarships in Mumbai (and in other places in India) that provide educational assistance for those students who want to pursue higher education in India.
Some organizations pay ‘tuition fees and/or give ‘stipend’. Students may also opt for ‘Education Loan’.