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    • Higher Education System In India Presented By: Jagdeep Singh Preet LM Thapar School Of Management Thapar University,Patiala
    • Current Scenario
      • India is the Third largest Economy by 2050.
      • Government established UGC and AICTE.
      • Primary role of AICTE and UGC has been to regulate the standard and spread quality higher education .
      • Public seector expenditure on higher education has been declining.
      • Gross Enrolment ratio in higher education in India is a low 12%,compared to nearly 70% in developed nations and 33% in BRIC countries.
    • Statistics In HRD Ministry Annual Report 2008-09
      • Universities in India:471(268 state Univ,40 Central Univ and 125 Deemed Univ)
      • No. of Colleges:22,064
      • No. of students enrolled in the Year 2008-09: 12.37 million
      • Average student faculty ratio in India is 26:1,against a global average of 15:1
      • Over 57 % faculty members donot have Phd s and M.Phils degrees
    • Major Issues and Concerns
      • Over centralization: Lack of Institutional autonomy and accountability.
      • Regulatory systems fails to maintain standards despite entry barriers for new Institutions
      • Poor standards of academic Research
      • To retain the best faculty in colleges
      • Corporate salaries
    • Major Issues and Concerns
      • Susrreptition:Private colleges to be profit making organisation
      • Derecognitation of deemed universities
      • Chaotic and unplanned expansion
      • Mismatch in Education curriculum and industry needs .
    • Solutions Proposed
    • E-learning/Online Tutoring
      • understand the nerve of industries by inculcating the vocational as well as the soft skills
      • Faculty should adopt new methodologies through internet
      • Instead of routine lecture with presentations, workshops, seminars, experts lecture series , experiments and current analysis of the curriculum should be adopted.
    • FDI in Higher Education
      • More opportunities to study for Indian students
      • Brain Drain problem will reduce
      • Ensure world class research facilities for Students
      • Increase the employability in MNC’s
      • Interaction with some of top of the professors of world.
      • To have world class labs and libraries
      • Competitive advantage to become a Worlds largest hub for education.
    • Corporate Visibility
      • Some institutes don’t have the basic infrastructure
      • Produce mere graduates rather than True proffesionals
      • Curriculum Reforms
      • Faculty development
      • Expert Lectures
      • Industry Networking