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    KE Goa 2013 - Accelerating Growth of Higher Education - Prof P Rameshan, Director, Indian Institute of Management, Rohtak KE Goa 2013 - Accelerating Growth of Higher Education - Prof P Rameshan, Director, Indian Institute of Management, Rohtak Presentation Transcript

    • Guest Address digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange November 15-17, 2013 Goa Quality Prof P Rameshan Director Indian Institute of Management Rohtak November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 1
    • Quality Education as Medium of Global Influence USA & some of its institutions have global leadership today mainly due to knowledge creation & the knowledge dependence of others on them Every nation has a large influential section educated in USA; so, they think soft on US system & models So, if India can create an influential section of intellect in every counting nation of the world, India’s global intellectual leadership will be a natural outcome There are two key routes of exercising influence on other nations: economics as China does on USA, & knowledge as USA does on the rest of the world Quality education is a powerful tool of influence on the world if the two aspects of knowledge is combined: Creation of fundamental knowledge through research & spread of knowledge through global penetration November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 2
    • Quality Image of Education? Skills of Learners November 20, 2013 Perception of Users digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 3
    • Drivers of Changes in HE Market Forces Technological Forces Aspirational Forces International Forces November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 4
    • Quality Source Student Competence Faculty Materials Methods November 20, 2013 Learning Environment digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 5
    • Student Quality? Many top end students get into IITs/IIMs, pass out, go abroad, & succeed Many students who don’t get into IITs/IIMs go abroad, study, come back, & succeed Quality education complements innate skills November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 6
    • Obstacles to Quality Domestic Faculty Crunch Dollar Barrier to Faculty Inflow Cost Barrier to Quality Education November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 7
    • Supporting Factors of Quality Skill Orientation Cost Industry Linkage November 20, 2013 Performance Focus Academic Discipline digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 8
    • Drivers Revisited Commercialization (nicknamed ‘Not-for Profit’) New products Greater (non)profits Technology players (more pervasive influence) Selling developed products Ground for developing new products International pressures Competition Negotiations November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 9
    • Technology Impact is More Pervasive Technology companies sell their wares; institutions buy them for competitive edge; others follow Technology companies come back & say here is a new version/product, more effective/far better etc The one-upmanship game continues & higher education gets evolved again & again! November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 10
    • Technology Is Beneficial Technology definitely benefited in both learning & delivery Technology opened new possibilities in education Technology diluted the relevance of distance between delivery & learning November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 11
    • Technology Cannot Teach Everything Businesses automated 1000 technicians running 1000 units instead of 1000 workers running 1 unit HR issues can stop 1000 units instead of 1000 workers earlier November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 12
    • Technology Cannot Teach Everything In a physical book we read in sequence to know what we want Today digital search gives students precisely a specific point; there is little link to what happened before & what will happen next This gives a wholesome picture + a little more than what we looked for This rendered learning discontinuous/truncated To overcome any skill gap arising from such truncated learning, further skill enhancement courses may be required. Effectively, it is going back to a traditional type detailed learning November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 13
    • Educational Requirements High Income High Income Mid Income Low Income November 20, 2013 Mid Income Educational Availability -Resources -Facilities Support Requirement -Facilities -Resources Low Income digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 14
    • Educational Requirements Seekers Tertiary Tertiary Seekers Actual Seekers November 20, 2013 Secondary Seekers = Actual Primary Primary Secondary digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 15
    • Future Possibilities in Higher Education India as educational hub (education provider at home base) Emotional Connect India as knowledge hub (knowledge creation & dissemination) Intellectual Connect India as cross-border education provider (remote education) Practical Connect India as educational investor (campuses & services abroad) Commercial Connect India as educational host (foreign investment destination) Aspirational Connect November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 16
    • Higher Education & India’s Progress Caste-ism Corruption India’s Progress Inequality Higher education accentuates the feeling of self-dignity, desire for fairness, & need for material fulfillment, & it progressively diminishes the affinity to social rigidities, indifference to economic deprivation, & allegiance to social groupings. Higher education, in addition, enhances appreciation of efficiency & provides strategic orientation in problem solving. Hence, higher education is key to India’s rapid progress. November 20, 2013 digitalLearning Higher Education Knowledge Exchange Goa November 15, 2013 17