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  • 1. Need for Reforms in Technical and Management Education To make India as A Global Educational Hub Dr.C.V.Gopinath N.S.C.Chaitanya Dr.M.Srinivasa Reddy Chaitanya Engineering College, Visakhapatnam 40 th ISTE National Annual Convention
  • 2. Presentation Outline
    • Introduction
    • Present Status of Tech. &Mgmt Education
    • The Challenges
    • Effect of Foreign Universities
    • Suggested Reforms
    • Conclusions
  • 3.
    • “ We are seeing the rusting of the West and the shining of the East in the sense that The West has human resources but no jobs and India has jobs but no trained human resources. Our first task as a nation needs to send a critical mass of students to colleges”
    • – Kapil Sibal
  • 4. Present Status
    • Number of Tech Institutions in India
    • India has 9596 Institutions (Tech and Mgmt) approved by AICTE in 2009-10
    • Number of Students Intake
    • A total of 19,00,000 engineering and management students are being admitted every year.
    • China produces 7,00,000(Aprox)
  • 5. Present Status
    • Are they Employable ?
    • Only 7% from Andhra Pradesh and 25 % from Rest of India are ‘Employable’ (NASSCOM report, 2009)
    • Brain Drain ?
    • Approximately yearly 2.5 lakh students migrate abroad and they draw Rs.5,000 crore from foreign exchange.
  • 6. Year wise enrolment of students in foreign universities
  • 7. The Challenges
    • Employability :
  • 8.
    • Employability : Top 100 Campuses vs. Rest
    The Challenges
  • 9.
    • Cost Factor
    The Challenges
  • 10.
    • Availability of Qualified Faculty with Pedagogical skills
    • (TEQIPs, WIPRO Mission 10x)
    • Infrastructure
    • Research and Development
    • Industry Interaction
    • Western Influence
    • Global Accreditation
    The Challenges
  • 11. Effect of Foreign Universities
    • Existing Challenge in Asian region
    • (Singapore, Gulf)
    • Uncertain career path of academics
    • Conflicting career pattern
    • Teaching, Research, community service and Networking
    • Administration
    • Lack of proper regulations
    • The foreign universities not maintained the same standards ,they followed in main campuses.
    • Disappointed students who joined , expecting a high standard of education.
  • 12. Challenges and Opportunities in India
    • Social
    • Caste System
    • Reservations (Social Justice)
    • Reservations for groups (Minorities, Ladies)
    • Cultural
    • Religions
    • Languages
    • Location
    • Multi cultural
  • 13. Opportunities in India
    • Increases Competition and benchmark quality
    • 11 th plan targets India as a knowledge Hub
    • India is having world’s youngest population
    • India can start universities in abroad
  • 14. Suggested Reforms
    • Faculty Sharing
    • R & D Oriented
    • Application Oriented Courses
    • Need Based Courses
    • Flexible Courses
    • Cost Effectiveness
  • 15. Conclusions
    • India Benefited from Globalization and Economic Reforms in 90’s
    • India Emerged as the IT hub of world
    • India Can become manufacturing hub after China and other Asian countries
    • With proper regulating authority and control and by allowing foreign universities, India Can become Education Hub of the world
  • 16. Thank You