3 edition of Higher education in India found in the catalog.
Higher education in India
J. L. Azad
|LC Classifications||LB2342.2.I4 A94 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 257 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||88901553|
School children in Hnahthial. Bhaskaran Nair, K. Indian higher education has a complex structure riddled with many contradictions, still has great possibilities. Post s, the changing needs of the economy, a growing middle class and an increased strain on government financial resources, slowed the growth of state-funded higher educational institutions. In the due course of globalization, the developing countries faced the challenge of accepting the new and innovative ideas from abroad in the realm of education, besides many other areas. They are likely to be enrolled in master's programs with engineering focus which provide them opportunities to enhance career potential.
Similarly, providing support to each other through imparting education and by providing information regarding the recent techniques employed in the field, the efficiency of the nations improved. Synopsis The book analyses various challenges emanating from privatization, globalization and public financial crunch to understand the future directions of higher education in India. One awaits more such heartfelt, necessary, comprehensive, practice and action-oriented book-length studies in the field. There is also an immediate need for moving from 'generic model' of education to a 'learner-centered' model of education. The UGC, whose head office is located in New Delhi, is the only grant-giving agency in India which was two responsibilities - that of providing funds, and that of coordinating, determining and maintaining standards in institutions of higher education, on the other. Even today brilliant Indian students prefer going abroad to gain higher degrees to match up with the international level that leads to brain drain in the country.
Did the committee know what the campus needed and what kind of leadership characteristics would best suit this requirement? He specializes in internationalisation of higher education, policy issues in higher education and educational planning. Furthermore, each year, the nation is enrolling at leastin its engineering diploma programs with plans to increase this by about 50, The book is divided into three parts. The passion that informs the subject occasionally makes it a tad repetitive.
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Figures released by the Indian government in show that there were 5, elementary school teachers in India. With many state universities in bad condition, the gap is being filled by several private universities.
Jindal Global University and many more. There is also an immediate need for moving from 'generic model' of education to a 'learner-centered' model of education. These universities were modeled after the University of London and focused on English and the humanities  The British control of the Indian education system continued until the Government of India Act that transferred more power to provincial politicians and began the "Indianisation" of education.
Keywords Higher Education higher education financing Internationalization of higher education governance in higher education world class university private university autonomy in higher education Editors and affiliations.
They are even trying to run number of professional and technical courses that have their practical implications within the country as well as abroad. In rural India, pre-primary schools are rarely available in small villages.
The Indian government lays emphasis on primary education Class I-VIII also referred to as elementary education, to children aged 6 to 14 years old.
Private candidates i. All policy makers, university administrators and teachers and researchers of higher education interested in governance, financing, teaching as well as research in the area of higher education will find the contents of the book relevant.
Reservations and concessions in fees have been implemented in the government governed institutes to provide an extra edge to the underprivileged sections of the society who were earlier deprived of these opportunities due to the lack of resources. India is head-on working on producing employment for its people so that a percentage of its elite population stays back to serve the nation and take it to great heights.
The increased funding of the central universities give them an advantage over their state competitors. Yet, just as the story of the twins is only the tip of the iceberg of the healthcare industry, so too are rankings only a superficial indicator of what is wrong with colleges and universities.
In addition, the nation graduates over 1. Eugene-Delacroix: Paris. You must be logged into Bookshare to access this title. A major concern for India is creation of employable workforce to harness our demographic dividend.
The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules About this book The book analyses various challenges emanating from privatization, globalization and public financial crunch to understand the future directions of higher education in India.Jan 03, · Where Are Indian Institutions Going Wrong?
Pankaj Chandra's new book provides a detailed analysis of everything that is faulty in higher education in India and. The book analyses various challenges emanating from privatization, globalization and public financial crunch to understand the future directions of higher education in India.
It deals with structure, financing and capability in higher education in India. This is a call for papers for our ISSN issue of the Indian Journal of Higher Education.
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Some of the indicative areas (in higher education) could be: Book reviews on books on education or. Internationalization of higher education in India. [Vidya Rajiv Yeravdekar; Gauri Tiwari] Home.
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