ICT in Higher Education: Policy Perspectives


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Presentation by Prof. Madhu Parhar for ICT Leadership in Higher Education Workshop on 24-26 February 2013 at Hyderabad.

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ICT in Higher Education: Policy Perspectives

  1. 1. ICT in Higher EducationPolicy Perspectives Madhu Parhar
  2. 2. http://youtu.be/UFwWWsz_X9s
  3. 3. Government of India, Ministry of HumanResource Development has rolled out its agenda of enhancing GER in HigherEducation to 15% by 2015 and 30% by 2020
  4. 4. Major National Initiatives in EducationRTE 2009Universalisation of Secondary EducationRashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan
  5. 5. Phases in DevelopmentFirst 20 years – Till 1967Second 18 Years – Till 1985Third 13 Years – Till 1997-98Fourth - 1998 Onwards
  6. 6. First National Policy in 1968Policy of Education 1979(draft)Second National Policy in1986
  7. 7. Policy (1968) was Silent on EducationalTechnology and Media
  8. 8. Educational Technology Programme Initiated in 1972
  9. 9. National Policy on Education1986, modified in 1992 stressed upon employingeducational technology to improve the quality of education.
  10. 10. TV and Radio Transmission to be ExpandedExpand In house Programme ProductionDevelop Training ProgrammesProvide Radio Sets and TV sets to allSchools by 1995Mount Technology Mission
  11. 11. Policy was Media
  12. 12. Centrally SponsoredEducational Technology SchemeStarted in 7th Plan, contd. till 8th and 9th Plan
  13. 13. National ICT PoliciesNational Policy on ICT in School EducationICT @School Scheme
  14. 14. Information and CommunicationTechnology @ Schools in 2004.
  15. 15. Partnership with State Government and Union TerritoriesAdministrations for providing computer aided education.Second is the establishment of smart schools, which shallbe technology demonstrators. Third component is teacher related interventions, such asprovision for engagement of an exclusive teacher, capacityenhancement of all teachers in ICT and a scheme fornational ICT award as a means of motivation.Fourth one relates to the development of a e-content,through Central Institute of Education Technologies , sixState Institutes of Education Technologies and 5 RegionalInstitutes of Education
  16. 16. National Policy on Information and Communication Technology School Education (Draft 2011)• alternatemodes of education,• continuing education,• teacher capacity building,• information systems for efficientmanagement of the school.
  17. 17. Higher EducationCountrywide ClassroomEMRC and AVRCInteractive Television – 1990sEdusat - 2004
  18. 18. National Mission On Education Through Information And Communication Technology
  19. 19. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/
  20. 20. eGyankosh
  21. 21. UGC is modernizinguniversity campuses with state-of-the art campuswide networks and setting up of its own nationwide communication network named UGC - Infonet
  22. 22. Universities acrossthe country will also be provided with access to 9000 journals
  23. 23. Technology DemystificationICT SkillsDevelopment of DigitalContentseGoverance
  24. 24. ICT Policy to Create Synergy of Effects and ImpactOptimize on Return on Investment
  25. 25. TechnologyInfrastructure is Important but Technology Leadership
  26. 26. ICT Policy is not promoting ICT Culture butemphasizing on the ICT use