Indian College Forum was established in 1992 by the Society for Education and Economic Development, New Delhi The main purpose of the forum is to: (i) bring colleges of India on a single platform so as enable them to deliberate upon the issues of development of the colleges in the country, (ii) Enable heads of colleges to collectively discuss the policy and other facilitating/ obstructing factors in the development of colleges, (iii) Enable member colleges to benefit from their experiences in management and development of colleges. ICF to: (i) help and support colleges to achieve academic excellence and social relevance, (ii) organize conferences/seminars and leadership development programs to share and discuss the latest development in the field of higher education nationally and globally, (iii) share opinion and views of the members and experts with the relevant authorities at the state and national levels.
The objectives of the forum are to:
Any College- affiliated, autonomous, constituent, associated, and recognized by the university, UGC, AICTE, NCTE, BCI can become a member of the Forum
Membership is permanent and is of the institution. Chairman / Principal of College represents the Member College
One time registration Rs.10,000/- and Annual Subscription Rs.5000/ Only.
Annual Conference of Indian College Forum
ICF has conducted 25 Annual Conferences on themes of importance in higher education at different places in the country. The themes of conferences and places these have been conducted are given below:
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Seed -ICF organized five leadership development programs for College Principals drawn from various parts of the country. It oriented about 125 principals of colleges in Information Technology and Management of Colleges as well as on the aspects leading the colleges to develop effectively and innovatively
International Diploma in Educational Leadership- higher education. - Three batches have completed the Diploma. Three batches of participants visited UNESCO and OECD offices in Paris, France. They also went to Maastricht School of Management, Netherlands.