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HEEFA Outreach Action Plan, India

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This presents part three of the Action Plan developed at the IAU Workshop on higher education for EFA, held in New Delhi, India on 20-21 February 2014. It deals with how to better engage community …

This presents part three of the Action Plan developed at the IAU Workshop on higher education for EFA, held in New Delhi, India on 20-21 February 2014. It deals with how to better engage community services offered by Indian universities to achieve EFA.

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  • 1. ACTION PLAN COMMUNITY SERVICES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
  • 2. OPPORTUNITIES FOR ORGANISING COMMUNITY SERVICES AT HEI  STUDENTS  Sensitivity and skills of students  Varying curricular demands  Motivation and commitment  STRUCTURE  Inter-linkages and commitments  Curricular thrust  Models of engagement  Voice of client groups
  • 3. COMPONENTS OF ACTION PLAN  PORTAL  RESOURCE CENTRE  INCLUDING COMMUNITY SERVICES IN CURRICULUM  BETTER VISIBILITY OF HEI’S INVOLVEMENT IN SOCIETY
  • 4. PORTAL  A mechanism to engage different stakeholders including students, teachers, educational institutes, CBOs.  To have the best possible combination for the student  The needs of the community are valued.  Generating awareness about CBOs’ work.  Purpose of Portal to create awareness and improve access to community services.
  • 5. ESSENTIAL DIMENSIONS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE NEED INTERVENTION EVALUATIO N
  • 6. RESOURCE CENTRE IN COMMUNITY SERVICES  Capacity building of all stakeholders  Basic orientation of students and teachers towards community services  Sensitizing them towards the community  Convergence and exchange within disciplines to centralize the process  Evaluation and feedback both at departmental level and central level.
  • 7. INCLUDING COMMUNITY SERVICES IN CURRICULUM  Make it mandatory for departments of different higher education institutes to include EFA initiatives in their curriculum.  Mentoring and sensitization at department level.  Forming a link between the discipline and the EFA initiatives.
  • 8. BETTER VISIBILITY OF HEI’S INVOLVEMENT IN SOCIETY  Acknowledging, awarding and appreciating the efforts of both students and teachers.  Different forms of media can be used.
  • 9.  Reflection on one’s efforts and involvement also essential for personal growth and contribution towards the community.  Bidirectional process- Students are learning and community is benefitting.