FICCI-Higher Education Summit-2012


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Session on Educational Analytics in India convened by me at the the FICCI Higher Education Summit, New Delhi, Nov 6 2012

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  • FICCI-Higher Education Summit-2012

    1. 1. Parallel Session II B Powering the Higher EducationSystem through Information and Analytics FICCI Higher Education Summit, 2012 November 6, 2013 3.15-4.30 PM Viplav Baxi CEO, Atelier Learning
    2. 2. Introductions• Chairman – Dr H A Ranganath , Director, NAAC• Panel Discussion: – Prof Pankaj Jalote, Director, IIIT Delhi – Prof Sudhanshu Bhushan, Head of Higher Education, NUEPA – Mr Milind Kamat, Vice President & Country Head, India, Ellucian – Mr Ambrish Singh, Vice President and Head-Sales, Shiksha. com – Ms Deepti Dutt, Senior Manager - Process & Operations, UID – Dr Trey Miller Associate Economist at the RAND Corporation
    3. 3. Session Flow• Setting the context (3.15 – 3.20 PM)• Chairman’s viewpoint (3.20 – 3.25 PM)• Discussion themes – Why Now? (3.25 – 3.35 PM) – Information Sources and Classification Systems (3.35 – 3.45 PM) – Information acquisition and validation (3.45 – 3.55 PM) – Information uses and applications (3.55 – 4.05 PM) – The Political Economy of Information (4.05 – 4.15 PM)• Audience questions (4.15 – 4.30 PM)• Vote of Thanks (4.15 – 4.30 PM)
    4. 4. SettingTHE CONTEXT
    5. 5. 3 million sq km250 mn school students 18 mn Higher Ed. Students Too diverse a nation?1.25 mn schools 33000+ colleges 500+ universities 6 mn teachers 28 official languages ~500 mn working population Too huge a scale?
    6. 6. Accountability New legislations Governance Planning Transparency Effectiveness Information and analytics are more important than ever beforeStudents Schemes Decision Making PPP Parents Administrators Content Solutions InfrastructureTeachers Technology Connectivity
    7. 7. Centre-State dynamics Compulsory data reporting Funding and Structures Governance Technology Many Parallel initiatives Processes Standards Security and Privacy Where are we today?Consistency Deficiencies identified Decision Making Many Timeliness CommitteesAccuracy Coverage Problematic Paucity of analysts Central Bureau of Educational Statistics
    8. 8. Show stopper Accurate planningAggressive Targets Arresting the decline Why Now? Urgent Attention Need accountability and transparency
    9. 9. Population Social and Economic Development Habitat and Settlements Health and Nutrition Infrastructure MHRD PMS NAAC Teaching and other staff UGC AICTE Enrolment NBAInstitutions NCERT NIEPA Information Sources and NUEPA Classification Systems Census of India Materials & Supplies National Sample Survey Organization Budgets and Use Institute of Applied Manpower Research Income and Expenditure Indian Council of Agricultural Research Efficiency and Quality Indian Council of Medical Research Learner Attainment DGHS, Ministry of Health ISCED, OECD Others National Center for Educational Statistics, USA
    10. 10. Large scale processes Structures Security DecentralizationPrivacy Centralized monitoring Information acquisition and validation Regulations Validation Models such as PPP Preventing fraud
    11. 11. Choices Teaching Support Recommendation Systems Learning AnalyticsDecision Making support Academic Analytics Information uses and applicationsPlanning tools Regulatory Support Forecasting Implementation Models Predictive simulations
    12. 12. In Summary The Political Economy ofInformation and Analytics
    13. 13. Sources: Sathyam Committee Report
    14. 14. Sources: Sathyam Committee Report
    15. 15. Thank You. Viplav Baxi’s Meanderings http://learnos.wordpress.com Twitter: @ViplavBaxi