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WES 2014 - Fostering Excellence -Transformative Practices towards Ensuring Quality in Higher Education - Prof. (Dr.) L. N. Bhagat, Vice Chancellor, Ranchi University

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  • 1. WORLD EDUCATION SUMMIT 2014 NEW DELHI EDUCATIONAL SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE HIGHER EDUCATION By PROF. DR. L. N. BHAGAT VICE CHANCELLOR RANCHI UNIVERSITY, RANCHI
  • 2. I. INTRODUCTION o In fact, a true sustainable way of life requires a combined effort in three broad areas namely  Economic Growth with equity  Conserving natural resources & environment  Social development o Since society is the central point, around which all economic & non-economic activities revolve, any attempt in social development may lead to sustainable development in true sense of the term.
  • 3. II. COINING THE KEYWORD The keyword Educational Social Responsibility (ESR) has been coined for the first time in the AIMS Eastern Region Round Table organized by the Institute of Science & Management, Ranchi on March 27, 2011.
  • 4. III. DEFINITION “The voluntary efforts of the Educational institutions, of course inspired by the ethical excellence, towards social development through various activities for improving the quality of life without involving any cost to the people at large.” (Bhagat in Sidhant, Vol. 11, Issue 3, Sept. 2011)
  • 5. IV. PARAMETERS OF ESR Providing Excellent Education Conducting Job oriented Skill Development Programme Any tution fee waiver scheme
  • 6. IV. PARAMETERS OF ESR (CONTD.) Community Development Activities • Enhancement of educational standard of under privileged groups • Adult Education activities • Providing Employability skills • Environmental awareness & ecological conservation • Health awareness, health care and sanitation • Adoption of village for holistic development of the villagers.
  • 7. IV. PARAMETERS OF ESR (CONTD.) Providing educational assistance to the students belonging to less previledged sections of the society. Correct response of the educational institutions to their stakeholders namely – Resistibility towards students – Responsibility towards faculties & institution – Responsibility towards corporate / industry – Responsibility towards society, nation and the world.
  • 8. V. ESR VS CSR Items ESR CSR 1. Type of organizations involve Not for profit organizations Profit making organization 2. Volume of monetary resources employed No Money, only Service Huge Money 3. Sources of Funding Mainly other sources viz Govt. Corporates etc. Own source 4. Area of operation Mainly within campus Mainly outside the corporate compound 5. Ethics involved Ethical Service/Quality Education/ Quality Life Ethical business/ Quality Products
  • 9. VI. CASE STUDY RESULTS • Sample survey conducted for 100 beneficiaries out of 749 benefitted from certificate course organized by ISM, Ranchi under Social responsibility programme fully sponsored by the Jharkhand Govt. • Average monthly earing comes to Rs. 10,131.89 Average earning of Minority Community is highest with Rs. 12,707.14 and most benefitting trade is Food & Beverage Service with average monthly earning of Rs. 12,265.91.
  • 10. VI. CASE STUDY RESULTS (CONTD.) • Percentage of earnings saved is 54.47 • Percentage of savings spent on family care is 71.49 – 53.58% on Household expenses – 17.91% on Education of Siblings. • Average score of availing modern amenities by the sample beneficiaries is 2.64 in eight point scale. • Average score of generating awareness among the members of the society by the sample beneficiaries is 2.26 in three point scale.
  • 11. VII. CONCLUSIONS The Survey results reveal that the institute has at least • Started the process of social tramformation, • Attracted the youths for being a part of the mainstream society and • Helped social developed through ESR activities.
  • 12. Thank You!