Indian Universities Vs Global Universities

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  • 1. Indian Universities Vs Global Universities
    • Where Do We Lack?
    • By Mr. Pratik Saraiya (77)
    • Mr. Sandip Kadam (87)
  • 2. What is University?
    • An institution of learning of the highest level
    • Provides both graduate as well as postgraduate education
    • Originated from a latin word “Universitas”
  • 3. QS Rankings for Global Universities (Q.S.=Quacquarelli Symonds)
    • 1] University of Cambridge
    • 2] Harvard University
    • 3] Yale University
    • 4] UCL (University College London)
    • 5] Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT)
  • 4. QS Rankings for Asian Universities
    • 1] The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
    • 2] University of Hong Kong
    • 3] National University of Singapore (NUS)
    • 4] The University of Tokyo
    • 5] The Chinese University
  • 5. Ranking Of Indian Universities on Global QS List
    • IIT B- 187
    • IIT D- 202
    • IIT K- 249
    • IIT M- 262
    • University of Delhi- 372
    • IIT R- 401
    • University of Mumbai- 451-500
  • 6. Criteria for Ranking
    • Academic peer Review (40%)
    • Recruiter Review (10%)
    • Faculty to Student Ratio(20%)
    • Citations per faculty (20%)
    • International Orientation
    • A)International Staff (5%)
    • B)International Students(5%)
  • 7.
    • Benchmarking Global Universities
  • 8. Quality of Education & Examination pattern
    • More stress on practical applications
    • Universities to be based on principle of elitism
    • An open book test pattern
  • 9. Infrastructure
    • The state–of-the art facilities for the students as well as faculties
    • Global universities scores marginally high in this parameter
    • Heavy investments in this sector is the need of the hour
  • 10. Choices of Specialized Courses
    • Wide variety of Courses
    • Flexibility in Course duration
    • Eg. London Metropolitian University is known for its Sports Management Courses
    • Nottingham Trent University for specialized photography Courses
    • 6 months,12 months, 18 months duration programs
  • 11. Global Exposure
    • Exposure to worldwide culture
    • Practical Learning
    • Global mindsets are developed
  • 12. Research & Development
    • Encourages R & D in their course methodologies
    • Facts: Togo ranks 1 st in spending on R & D with 8.5% contributions from its GDP
    • USA ranks 7 th with 2.5 % of its GDP contribution
    • India ranks 38 th with 0.6% of its GDP contribution
  • 13. Inefficient Research Productivity
    • CPF measures the research
    • productivity of faculty
    • In any country
    • India scores 6.46
    • against global avg. of 8.87
  • 14. Innovation
    • Harvard Uni.(i-Lab), Stanford Uni. are equipped with innovation labs
    • Malardalen University, Sweden, offers course in “Creativity and Innovation Management”
    • Indian universities hardly doing anything in this area
  • 15. Arguments Supporting FDI in Education Sector (Education Bill)
    • Increased Investment in HE leading to
    • – Increased Institutions
    • – Enhanced Access
    • – Opportunities of International Qualification
    • – Improved Infrastructure
  • 16.
    • Competition leading to
    • - Quality Improvements
    • -Curricular Innovation
    • - Research & Development
    • -Resource Use Efficiency
    • International Exposure
    • Import Substitutions
    • -Emigration of Students would be checked
  • 17. Bridging The Gap
    • Gap has to be filled between the required job expectations and the ultimate University outcomes
  • 18. Educated population is an Asset!!!
    • Government interference in developing Universities with world class facilities
    • Increased tie –ups with Global Universities
    • Strengthen the overall Education System
  • 19.
    • “ The outcome of Universities should not be degree holders but Individuals who can think.”
    • Thank You