Higher education india vs.abroad

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Higher education india vs.abroad

  1. 1. HIGHER EDUCATION India Abroad Submitted By: Abhishek Gupta 11113002
  2. 2. Background • Importance of higher education • Current level of Indian higher education system. • Advantages of studying abroad • Problems in studying abroad. • What Needs to be Done Problems in studying abroad
  3. 3. Importance of higher education Higher Education Increasing level of competition
  4. 4. Importance of higher education  Industrialization  Increased job opportunities for people with higher education  Social standards
  5. 5. Indian higher education system • Theoretical rather than practical oriented framework • Quality of education especially in private institutions • AICTE and UGC to regulate the standard and spread quality higher education . • Gross Enrolment ratio in higher education in India is a low 12%,compared to nearly 70% in developed nations and 33% in BRIC countries
  6. 6. Our Education System
  7. 7. • Average student faculty ratio in India is 26:1,while ideal should be 10:1 • Over 57 % faculty members do not have Phd. or M.Phil. degrees (MHRD 2008-09)
  8. 8. Indian higher education system: IITs  World ranking: IITB-36 ;IITD-42 (U.S. News & World Report ,2014)  autonomous, declared as Institutions of National Importance  JEE Main 2013 :: 14 Lacs applicants  Faculty ratio : average 16:1, IITR-20:1  Professors devoted to research but quality of research is not that good  Still lagging in global competition
  9. 9. Mobilization of Indian Students Some Trends • No of Indian students going abroad every has increased a massive 256% between year 2000 (56625) to 2012(1.9 lacs)
  10. 10. • Clearly United States is the most favored destination among overseas Indian students. • Of all the Indian students pursuing foreign degrees, South Indian students are the one’s receiving the maximum number of scholarships and grants from Institutions and other relevant bodies.
  11. 11. Advantages of studying abroad  Intercultural exchange
  12. 12. Advantages of studying abroad • Personality Improvement
  13. 13. Advantages of studying abroad  New knowledge and expertise
  14. 14. Advantages of studying abroad  Improve your job prospects
  15. 15. Advantages of studying abroad  Network for Your Future
  16. 16. Disdvantages of studying abroad  Homesickness
  17. 17. Problems in studying abroad  Programs Can Be Expensive
  18. 18. Problems in studying abroad  Problems for Vegetarian people
  19. 19. Problems in studying abroad  Change in Academic Curriculum
  20. 20. Problems in studying abroad  Getting Visa for a host country can be very problematic sometimes
  21. 21. Benefits of Studying in India • Relatively very cheap • Home ground advantage
  22. 22. Conclusion
  23. 23. What Needs to be Done  Improve quality of education in India  Providing more opportunities for students to get the best education in India or abroad  Improve faculty to student ratio  Motivating people for getting Higher Education  Right to Education must be extended for people to get Higher Education
  24. 24. References  Report on Current Trends in Higher Education by Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (Link)  Indian Study Abroad Trends(Link)  Times Of India Survey 2011-1014 (Link)  UK Higher Education Statistics Agency report (Link)  U.S. News & World Report ,2014 (Link)  Statistics of Higher and Technical Education 2011-12 by MHRD India (Link)

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