The government college is an opportunity for women in India to study in government-owned colleges.
While there are several such programs, they are run by private institutions, meaning the government has no control over them.
For example, the government College of Nursing (CoN) is run by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, and the government Higher Secondary Education Corporation (HSEC) runs a similar program called the National Nursing Service.
However, unlike the CoN, the HSEC does not have the power to dictate what types of subjects students study.
The government has said it wants to expand the programs, but the effort has been blocked by the Supreme Court.
The government has also asked universities to start offering degrees in health sciences, business, engineering, and related subjects, as well as a variety of subject-specific courses.
As of last month, the Indian government announced a new program to train women for careers in government.
The program is called the “Women in Government College” program.