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  • CBF-NEN Fellows
    Plugging the higher education gaps in India
    Ajay Kela
    President & CEO
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    Copyright 2010 Wadhwani Foundation, All rights reserved
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  • Foundation Mission
    Accelerate economic development in India and other emerging economies
    by
    Unleashing the human potential in India
    to meet the global need for skilled workers
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  • Focus Area
    Working across the higher education spectrum
    Skill Development| Entrepreneurship |Innovation| Policy
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    Pic: Bpovoice.com
    Pic: IBAB Bangalore
  • Initiatives
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    Skill Development Entrepreneurship Innovation
    10th and 12th graders
    College students
    Graduates and Post-Docs
    Mainstreaming the disabled
    Accelerate value economic
    Company and
    job creation
    Producing knowledge workers at scale
    Initiatives: NEN, WCED, E Week India
    Initiatives: WRCBB
    Initiative: WF:OND
    Initiative: WNGEC
  • A stark gap in higher education in India
    GAP
  • India lags behind in Intermediate skills
    Source : Vital Stats: Higher Education in India, PRS Legislative Research, Oct 2010
    Source : MHRD NVEQF & Planning Commission SCHE presentations
  • Multiple challenges lead to 64% of students stopping after 12th
    Degree course aren’t:
    Affordable: Fees, Long Duration
    Accessible: Proximity, Admission
    Employable
    From MHRD Site 2007-08
    From Feedback Consulting Research
  • Game Changer: Industry linked Associate Degree Programs
    Exit
    Full-time Degree Program
    Full DEGREE
    Eng. Med, BA, BSc, BCom
    Year1
    Year2
    Year3
    Enter
    (Continue now or later–
    Lateral Entry of AD into Yr3)
    Enter
    (Admit)
    Industry
    Employment
    Class12
    Pass
    Associate Degree Program
    Year 2 | Internship
    Year1
    ASSOCIATE DEGREE
    (Applied Subjects –
    Like Tech. Writing, Paralegal, Paramedics, Book-keeping, etc.)
    Part-time/ Evening Classes
    Enter
    (Admit)
    Part time teachers
    from Industry
    Industry on-premise visits
    and internships
    Industry Collaboration (Courses, Curriculum, Teaching, Internship, Placements, etc.)
    Copyright 2010 Wadhwani Foundation, All rights reserved DRAFT DOCUMENT
  • Next Generation College (NGC) Value Proposition
    NGC DNA:
    • Employability Rules
    • Modern Technology and Systems
    • Scale through Collaboration
    NGC Model:
    • Industry lead curriculum, delivery & certification
    • Offered through new and existing colleges
    • In-class, Online and Satellite education
    NGC Value:
    • Two year Associate Degree
    • In sync with Market demand
    • Vertical mobility
    • Affordable (half the cost) and Accessible
  • Achieve scale through a PPP model
    PPP between Providers, WF, Govt. in close concert with local employers
    POLICY
    PROGRAM
    DESIGN
    POLICY CHANGES
    (CENTER / STATE)
    Setup NGC Tele-Centers
    LOCAL
    ENTREPRENUER
    DEGREE
    COLLEGEs
    Govt. :
    Community /
    School outreach
    NGC
    EMPLOYERS
    Shared Soft Infrastructure
    TECHNOGOLY
    PLATFORM
    PRIVATE SECTOR/
    GOVT. JOBS
    MARKET LINKED
    CURRICULUM
    FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
    STRONG EMPLOYER LINKAGES
    Program and Curriculum Design
    Participation in Delivery
    Assessment and Certification
  • Partnerships: Industry, Providers, Government and Foundations
    TEACHER TRAININGINSTITUTE
    PROGRAM
    DESIGN
    TECH ENABLED
    CONTENT
    POSSIBLE INDUSTRY AND PROVIDER PARTNERS
    MARKET LINKED
    CURRICULUM
  • Innovation in Education that benefits:Students, Colleges, Industry, Government
    Significant GER Impact
    Game changer for Job Seekers and Industry Productivity
    Filling the Skill Deficit
  • THANK YOU
    www.wadhwani-foundation.org
    Copyright 2010 Wadhwani Foundation, All rights reserved
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