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WES 2014 - Fostering Excellence -Transformative Practices towards Ensuring Quality in Higher Education -Paresh Joshi, Academic Director, Station-e Info Services Pvt. Ltd

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WES 2014 - Fostering Excellence -Transformative Practices towards Ensuring Quality in Higher Education -Paresh Joshi, Academic Director, Station-e Info Services Pvt. Ltd WES 2014 - Fostering Excellence -Transformative Practices towards Ensuring Quality in Higher Education -Paresh Joshi, Academic Director, Station-e Info Services Pvt. Ltd Presentation Transcript

  • Skills Development for Fostering Excellence in Higher Education
  • Fostering Excellence in Higher Education Higher Education and Economy Need for Skills Development Integrating Skills Development into Higher Education Station-e Skills Development Centre as One- Stop Solution
  • Higher Education and Economy Services Sector significantly contributes to Indian economy and graduates from Higher Education form a large part of workforce in Services Sector http://image.slidesharecdn.com/wes2014-fosteringexcellence-transformativepracticestowardsensuringqualityinhighereducation-pareshjos-140813052134-phpapp02/95/wes-2014-fostering-excellence-transformative-practices-towards-ensuring-quality-in-higher-education-paresh-joshi-academic-director-statione-info-services-pvt-ltd-3-638.jpg?cb=1407925603
  • Higher Education and Economy  “If the current pattern of employment distribution across agriculture, industry and services continues, employment in services would rise from 135.5 million in 2010 to around 177.4 million in 2030, whereas labour demand in the industrial sector would only increase from 91 million to 119 million over the period.” (Skilling India: One Billion Challenge, 2010, page 15) http://image.slidesharecdn.com/wes2014-fosteringexcellence-transformativepracticestowardsensuringqualityinhighereducation-pareshjos-140813052134-phpapp02/95/wes-2014-fostering-excellence-transformative-practices-towards-ensuring-quality-in-higher-education-paresh-joshi-academic-director-statione-info-services-pvt-ltd-4-638.jpg?cb=1407925603
  • Higher Education and Economy  On the other hand, employers facing difficulty in finding skilled workforce is as high as 81% in Japan, 71% in Brazil, 49% in US, 48% in India and 42% in Germany.  All of this means that we need to upskill the youth passing out from Higher Education because only then we can strengthen the economy and provide employment to the youth.
  • Higher Education and Economy  Around 17 percent youth enroll in Higher Education in India  Around 15 percent youth are deemed readily employable  Employers see a skills gap between skills attained and skills required in the market  Wide spread concerns of rendering Higher Education graduates employable
  • Need for Skills Development  Need for Skills Development has been recognized across the spectrum of employers, policymakers, educators and youth  NSDC, NCSD and other bodies formed for enhancing Skills Development in India  For raising the employability of the youth from 15 percent to further respectable level, Skills Development is a must
  • Integrating Skills Development into Higher Education  Skills Development courses should not be offered as add-on courses  Skills Development Courses should be integrated into the core curriculum of Higher Education  The core subjects should be linked with the core skills aimed at.  Skills Development should be integrated at college and university levels
  • Station-e Skills Development Centre as One-Stop Solution  Station-e Skills Development Centre (SDC) has emerged as One-Stop solution across India  SDC can be established at college and university campus to cater to the need of employablity skills  SDC has been conceptualized with a thrust on courses pertaining to soft skills and life skills  SDC can provide holistic skills training and skills enhancement as per the job market and job profile
  • Work in Progress… Scores of youth of have benefitted from Skills Development programs Established 30 Centres across the country Trained more than 10000 people and still counting…
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