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Role ooff RReesseeaarrcchh bbaasseedd 
EEdduuccaattiioonn iinn SSttrreennggtthheenniinngg 
KKnnoowwlleeddggee SSoocciieett...
OOuuttlliinnee 
 TToo ttrraaccee IInnddiiaann EEdduuccaattiioonn ffrroomm tthhee ppaasstt ttoo tthhee 
pprreesseenntt 
 ...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 HHiigghheerr eedduuccaattiioonnaall iinnssttiittuuttiioonnss iinn 
ddiiffffeerreenntt bbrraanncchheess oof...
CCoonnttdd…… 
RReesseeaarrcchh bbaasseedd eedduuccaattiioonn iinn IInnddiiaa –– 
HHiigghheerr eedduuccaattiioonnss iinnii...
PPyytthhaaggoorraass tthheeoorryy 
 SSaattttvvaa,, RRaajjaass,, TTaammaass –– HHuummaann nnaattuurree iiss ddiivviiddeedd...
CCoonntt…… 
a) RAJAS ( Valour) 
a) TAMAS (Wealth) 
b) SATVA 
(Wisdom) 
Research Based 
knowledge
Research bbaasseedd eedduuccaattiioonn 
 IItt iiss nnoott rreesseeaarrcchheerr bbaasseedd eedduuccaattiioonn,, bbuutt rre...
CCoonnttdd…… 
OOnn rreesseeaarrcchh bbaasseedd eedduuccaattiioonn,, 
tthheessee aarree iimmppoorrttaanntt ccrriitteerriia...
Indian Higher EEdduuccaattiioonn SSyysstteemm 
 IInnddiiaann UUnniivveerrssiittiieess aarree ssttrroonngg iinn tthheeoorr...
Difference bbeettwweeeenn WWiissddoomm aanndd 
KKnnoowwlleeddggee 
 ‘‘KKnnoowwlleeddggee’’ iiss ttoo kknnooww wwiitthh tt...
Education – a fundamental 
activity in the knowledge based 
society 
· In the Romanian Encyclopedic Dictionary (1996), 
ed...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 Several authors underline the fact that “ the 
se cre t o f the future so cie ty is e ducatio n. But 
no t...
CCoonnttdd…… 
Education is not only about putting the individual 
in contact with values, but also raising him to the 
lev...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 According to A. Töffler (1995) “we are 
living a mome nt in which the who le 
powe r structure that ke pt ...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· According to Drucker (1999), the people of the 
future will be “knowle dg e able wo rke rs, se rvice 
pro ...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 In this context, the investment in education 
becomes the most important investment of 
the society and of...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 The perspective of knowledge summons and 
aligns the efforts towards: 
– Producing new knowledge through r...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· This research underlines the ways in which 
education remains the key element in the 
knowledge-based soci...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· To conclude the article, throughout the world, the roles of 
education and of its multiple benefits to the...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· In other words, the basis of the future society is education 
(perpetual, life-long educative process) and...
BENEFITS OF RESEARCH IN 
EDUCATION 
Research will help to understand any 
subject and its principals in much 
better and ...
CCoonnttdd…… 
Research means trying something out 
of the box. When it is done such things 
it will separate one from oth...
CCoonnttdd…… 
RReesseeaarrcchh iiss nnoott aallwwaayyss aa ccoonncceepptt 
tthhaatt pprraaccttiittiioonneerrss,, mmaannaa...
CCoonnttdd…… 
Research education professionals 
are always learning, finding out 
things, analyzing information, 
adaptin...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 Practitioners have to comply with policy. Teachers can 
adapt it to fit the individual needs of their own ...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 Teachers project their own personality upon 
learning experiences. Sometimes this is intuitive and 
these ...
CCoonnttdd…… 
However, it would be better to 
prefer a research in education as 
invention and innovation so that it 
sho...
CHALLENGES IN RESEARCH 
EDUCATION 
 The learning and teaching experience be based upon 
research and evidence, but it run...
CCoonnttdd……  What is been taught in an age gone by – new theories 
and technological advances have taken, and are taking...
CCoonnttdd…… 
Convenience and manageability are 
important. Teachers can occupy and 
even control pupils, as well as ente...
INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL 
 Knowledge-based society is felt more 
and more with technology and 
manufacturing methods changing...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 At the dawn of this new era, intellectual capital 
was used for the first time to explain the importance 
...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 Research can help teachers to understand what 
works and why, what the short and long term 
implications a...
Methodological Benchmarks 
· The main objective of the present paper is the 
emphasis of intellectual capital’s importance...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· “In a knowle dg e -base d so cie ty, ide as 
viewe d as info rmatio n are no t o nly 
primo rdialbut also ...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· Knowledge-based society confers new dimensions to 
the learning process namely focusing on learning and 
i...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· Knowledge-based society gradually replaces the 
industrial one which in its turn has replaced the 
agraria...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 Starting from the definition of intellectual capital 
as being “an organization’s native resource 
which, ...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· The concept of “intellectual capital” 
also known as the “currency of the 
new millennium” is the key to 
...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· The conceptual development of 
intellectual capital has taken place in two 
directions (Curaj and Jianu, 2...
CCoonnttdd…… 
As a term attributed to intangible assets, 
intellectual capital has four 
components (Moroianu, 2009): mar...
CCoonnttdd…… 
 assets based on intellectual property, 
including know-how, marketing secrets, 
copyright, patents and oth...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· The knowledge of an asset as 
compared to other assets is unique and 
once knowledge-based society has 
em...
CCoonnttdd…… 
· The competitive advantage 
generated by intellectual capital 
envisages the acquisition of the same 
benef...
CCoonnttdd...... 
 Academician Mihai Drăgănescu states that “knowledge-based 
society means much more because it ensures ...
The relation between 
intellectual capital and 
knowledge society
Conclusions 
 Training of an individual 
 The issue of education for the requirements 
of the current society, 
 Qualit...
Wild 
animals 
including 
Tiger 
afraid of 
Fire
THANK 
YOU
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  1. 1. Role ooff RReesseeaarrcchh bbaasseedd EEdduuccaattiioonn iinn SSttrreennggtthheenniinngg KKnnoowwlleeddggee SSoocciieettyy bbyy PPrrooff.. ((DDrr..)) PP..VVaannaannggaammuuddii VViiccee--CChhaanncceelllloorr TThhee TTaammiill NNaadduu DDrr..AAmmbbeeddkkaarr LLaaww UUnniivveerrssiittyy CChheennnnaaii
  2. 2. OOuuttlliinnee  TToo ttrraaccee IInnddiiaann EEdduuccaattiioonn ffrroomm tthhee ppaasstt ttoo tthhee pprreesseenntt  IImmppoorrttaannccee aaccccoorrddeedd ttoo eedduuccaattiioonn iinn tthhee ppaasstt  EEdduuccaattiioonn nnoott ffoorr aallll –– oonnllyy ffoorr ffeeww –– uuppppeerr ccaassttee ppeeooppllee –– nnoott ffoorr lloowweerr ccaasstteess WWiissddoomm aanndd kknnoowwlleeddggee ggiivveenn eeqquuaall iimmppoorrttaannccee –– tthheeyy wweerree aakkiinn ttoo 22 ssiiddeess ooff tthhee ssaammee ccooiinn
  3. 3. CCoonnttdd……  HHiigghheerr eedduuccaattiioonnaall iinnssttiittuuttiioonnss iinn ddiiffffeerreenntt bbrraanncchheess ooff kknnoowwlleeddggee eexxiisstteedd wwiitthh iinn--ddeepptthh ssyyllllaabbuuss –– NNaallllaannddaa,, TTaaxxiillaa,, KKaanncchhiippuurraamm..  GGuurruukkuullaa SSyysstteemm –– wwhheerree tthhee ssttuuddeennttss wweenntt iinn sseeaarrcchh ooff aann aaccccllaaiimmeedd tteeaacchheerr  TTeeaacchheerr tteesstteedd tthhee ssttuuddeenntt’’ss ccaappaabbiilliittiieess bbeeffoorree aacccceeppttiinngg hhiimm aass hhiiss ssttuuddeenntt  MMeeaanniinngg aanndd rreelleevvaannccee ooff rreesseeaarrcchh bbaasseedd eedduuccaattiioonn
  4. 4. CCoonnttdd…… RReesseeaarrcchh bbaasseedd eedduuccaattiioonn iinn IInnddiiaa –– HHiigghheerr eedduuccaattiioonnss iinniittiiaattiivveess DDrraawwbbaacckkss aanndd ppiittffaallllss iinn rreesseeaarrcchh ppllaannnniinngg iinn IInnddiiaann HHiigghheerr eedduuccaattiioonnaall iinnssttiittuuttiioonnss MMeeaassuurreess ttoo ssttrreennggtthheenn kknnoowwlleeddggee ssoocciieettyy
  5. 5. PPyytthhaaggoorraass tthheeoorryy  SSaattttvvaa,, RRaajjaass,, TTaammaass –– HHuummaann nnaattuurree iiss ddiivviiddeedd oonn tthheessee tthhrreeee ccrriitteerriiaa..
  6. 6. CCoonntt…… a) RAJAS ( Valour) a) TAMAS (Wealth) b) SATVA (Wisdom) Research Based knowledge
  7. 7. Research bbaasseedd eedduuccaattiioonn  IItt iiss nnoott rreesseeaarrcchheerr bbaasseedd eedduuccaattiioonn,, bbuutt rreesseeaarrcchh bbaasseedd eedduuccaattiioonn  IItt iiss aa pprroocceessss ooff iimmppaarrttiinngg kknnoowwlleeddggee ttoo tthhee ssttuuddeennttss bbyy tthhee IInnssttiittuuttiioonn.. TThhee kknnoowwlleeddggee ttoo bbee iimmppaarrtteedd sshhaallll bbee bbaasseedd oonn aauutthheennttiicc ffaaccttss..  AAuutthheennttiicciittyy ooff ffaaccttss mmeeaannss aanndd iinncclluuddeess tthhoossee ffaaccttss wwhhiicchh aarree rreelliiaabbllee aanndd vvaalliidd,, lliikkee sscciieennttiiffiicc ffaaccttss wwhhiicchh aarree ggeenneerraalliizzaabbllee aanndd pprreeddiiccttaabbllee..
  8. 8. CCoonnttdd…… OOnn rreesseeaarrcchh bbaasseedd eedduuccaattiioonn,, tthheessee aarree iimmppoorrttaanntt ccrriitteerriiaa –AAuutthheennttiicciittyy ooff iinnffoorrmmaattiioonn –VVaalliiddiittyy ooff iinnffoorrmmaattiioonn –RReelliiaabbiilliittyy ooff iinnffoorrmmaattiioonn
  9. 9. Indian Higher EEdduuccaattiioonn SSyysstteemm  IInnddiiaann UUnniivveerrssiittiieess aarree ssttrroonngg iinn tthheeoorryy bbuutt wweeaakk iinn aappppllyyiinngg iitt ttoo pprraaccttiiccaall ppuurrppoosseess  IInnaabbiilliittyy iinn pprraaccttiiccaall aapppplliiccaattiioonn ooff tthheeoorryy aaffffeeccttss aaddvveerrsseellyy oonn nnoonn--eemmppllooyyaabbiilliittyy ooff IInnddiiaann ggrraadduuaatteess..  LLeeaarrnniinngg bbyy rroottee oorr mmeerree mmeemmoorriissiinngg ooff kknnoowwlleeddggee hheellppss iinn sseeccuurriinngg mmoorree mmaarrkkss,, bbuutt iinn tthhee ccoommppuutteerr aaggee,, uunnddeerrssttaannddiinngg aanndd aanniimmaattiinngg tthhoossee ffaaccttss aarree mmoorree iimmppoorrttaannccee..
  10. 10. Difference bbeettwweeeenn WWiissddoomm aanndd KKnnoowwlleeddggee  ‘‘KKnnoowwlleeddggee’’ iiss ttoo kknnooww wwiitthh tthhee hheellpp ooff ffiivvee sseennsseess..  66tthh SSeennssee –– 66tthh sseennssee aapppplliiccaattiioonn –– ccoonnvveerrttss aanndd ttrraannssffoorrmmss tthhee kknnoowwlleeddggee ttoo wwiissddoomm..  TThhiiss bbeenneeffiittss tthhee ppeerrssoonn aatt tthhee ppeerrssoonnaall llaawwss aanndd aallssoo tthhee ssoocciieettyy aatt llaarrggee..  FFaaccttss mmuusstt bbee – AAuutthheennttiicciittyy ooff iinnffoorrmmaattiioonn – VVaalliiddiittyy ooff iinnffoorrmmaattiioonn aanndd – RReelliiaabbiilliittyy ooff iinnffoorrmmaattiioonn
  11. 11. Education – a fundamental activity in the knowledge based society · In the Romanian Encyclopedic Dictionary (1996), education is defined as a fundamental verbal process of transforming the life experience of children and young individuals in order to be better prepared for life, for their integration in society with benefits for the individual as well as for society.
  12. 12. CCoonnttdd……  Several authors underline the fact that “ the se cre t o f the future so cie ty is e ducatio n. But no t in the o ld-fashio ne d co nce pt o f te aching , but o f pe rmane nt e ducatio n, o ve r the e ntire life time , in o rde r to g ain supe rio r compe te nce s: to ve rify, to co nce ive , to cre ate and to inve nt.
  13. 13. CCoonnttdd…… Education is not only about putting the individual in contact with values, but also raising him to the level of these values, than extending this process from the individual level to the society level, thus increasing its value and functionality. One of the specialists on education, Jaques Hallak (1990), stated that “ e ducatio n is a human right, since it le ads to individual cre ativity, incre ase s the participatio n to the e co nomic, so cial, cultural activity in the so cie ty, co ntributing this way to the pro ce ss o f human de ve lo pme nt”
  14. 14. CCoonnttdd……  According to A. Töffler (1995) “we are living a mome nt in which the who le powe r structure that ke pt the wo rld to g e the r is falling apart and a new powe r structure is be ing bo rn, affe cting the human so cie ty o n e ve ry le ve l, and this powe r structure is knowle dg e ”.
  15. 15. CCoonnttdd…… · According to Drucker (1999), the people of the future will be “knowle dg e able wo rke rs, se rvice pro vide rs, traine d and e ducate d acco rding to the so cie ty’ s pe rfo rmance crite ria, able to embe d in the ir attitude and behavio r the value s, the demands and the commitme nts o f so cie ty and behave as e ducate d pe o ple , able to influe nce thro ugh the ir knowle dg e and compe te nce s the pre se nt, to shape the future , be ing pre pare d to live in a g lo bal e nviro nme nt, whe re the primary re so urce will be knowle dg e ”.
  16. 16. CCoonnttdd……  In this context, the investment in education becomes the most important investment of the society and of the organizations, with long lasting results, as “ the ide as, the knowle dg e in g e ne ral can be use d and re use d fo re ve r, and g row in value as the y are be ing utilize d, this co ntributing to the succe ss o f so cie ty”.
  17. 17. CCoonnttdd……  The perspective of knowledge summons and aligns the efforts towards: – Producing new knowledge through research activity; – Transferring knowledge through education and professional training; – Disseminating the knowledge by publishing; – Utilizing knowledge in the society’s best interest, especially through innovation;
  18. 18. CCoonnttdd…… · This research underlines the ways in which education remains the key element in the knowledge-based society, even if in today’s economic crisis it is currently facing difficulties. According to the authors, this challenge could bring about a new configuration of the educational process in a new society of the future, with different sets of values.
  19. 19. CCoonnttdd…… · To conclude the article, throughout the world, the roles of education and of its multiple benefits to the economic and social environment are well known, as education is recognized as being “the sing le mo st impo rtant path to de ve lo pme nt and to limiting po ve rty”. The increasing extent of services in the economy, the pace of technological changes, the advanced level of information and knowledge, as well as the size of the industrial and social re-organizations, all give good arguments in favor of the knowledge based society. The main component of economic and social development becomes knowledge.
  20. 20. CCoonnttdd…… · In other words, the basis of the future society is education (perpetual, life-long educative process) and knowledge and information represent the key variables in the development of society. During the development process, the contribution of education and professional training are essential, their funding needs to be recognized as being of maximum importance and today’s economic crisis demands identifying new funding mechanisms resulting from the partnership between the companies and the public sector. In the knowledge-based society the mission of the educational system becomes a key component of change.
  21. 21. BENEFITS OF RESEARCH IN EDUCATION Research will help to understand any subject and its principals in much better and easier way which will encounter new questions and search for answers of those questions will lead you to learn new theories of any subject.
  22. 22. CCoonnttdd…… Research means trying something out of the box. When it is done such things it will separate one from other students which will surely attract attention of your tutors as well which in turn benefit extreme need of help from someone who is more knowledgeable than the other.
  23. 23. CCoonnttdd…… RReesseeaarrcchh iiss nnoott aallwwaayyss aa ccoonncceepptt tthhaatt pprraaccttiittiioonneerrss,, mmaannaaggeerrss aanndd ppoolliiccyy mmaakkeerrss rreessppeecctt.. TToooo oofftteenn iitt iiss sseeeenn aass aann aaccaaddeemmiicc aaccttiivviittyy ccoonndduucctteedd bbyy ootthheerrss –– ttoo tthhee pprrooffeessssiioonn,, nnoott wwiitthh tthhee pprrooffeessssiioonn..
  24. 24. CCoonnttdd…… Research education professionals are always learning, finding out things, analyzing information, adapting their behavior according to information received, looking to improve and adapting to modern demands.
  25. 25. CCoonnttdd……  Practitioners have to comply with policy. Teachers can adapt it to fit the individual needs of their own pupils.  As teachers are accountable, the public must have faith in the profession – and attitudes to education vary across many social groups – so the performance of teachers can be demonstrated through the publication of research findings.
  26. 26. CCoonnttdd……  Teachers project their own personality upon learning experiences. Sometimes this is intuitive and these decisions can either be successful or fail. Research methodologies give teachers the tools to analyze and make informed decisions about their practice.  Research helps teachers to share with colleagues. Too often research looks backwards and there are lessons to learn.
  27. 27. CCoonnttdd…… However, it would be better to prefer a research in education as invention and innovation so that it should be future oriented and designed to benefit learners rather than the researchers themselves.
  28. 28. CHALLENGES IN RESEARCH EDUCATION  The learning and teaching experience be based upon research and evidence, but it runs the risk of being any one of theory, ideology, convenience and prejudice.  Education should serve to liberate, and promote democracy and equality of opportunity.  Ideology can be dangerous. Teachers have a social responsibility – to develop active citizens. Following an ideological route restricts choice, which is the opposite to the real purpose of education.
  29. 29. CCoonnttdd……  What is been taught in an age gone by – new theories and technological advances have taken, and are taking, place. Basing our practice solely on our own learning experiences, without reflection, mean education runs the risk of being outdated and not being forward looking.  Any single theory cannot operate in isolation. Learners and learning are complex and success is influenced by a multitude of factors, social backgrounds, family background, personality, age, gender, location etc. Theories needs to be combined, tested and challenged in order to allow us to adapt to suit local and personal environments.
  30. 30. CCoonnttdd…… Convenience and manageability are important. Teachers can occupy and even control pupils, as well as entertain them. Learning new things and new ways of behaving can be uncomfortable. It is not enough to base teaching and learning around convenience.
  31. 31. INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL  Knowledge-based society is felt more and more with technology and manufacturing methods changing continuously and constantly. “Intangible capital” and knowledge result in the highest added value and only a click on the computer might mean as much as a physical asset (Bedrule-Grigoruţă, 2006).
  32. 32. CCoonnttdd……  At the dawn of this new era, intellectual capital was used for the first time to explain the importance of intellectual resources such as: information, knowledge and expertise in a modern society (Sarrocco, 2004).  Education and research, irrespective of how noble they might be, are not activities themselves. They are means that help one build a certain type of society and knowledge emerges as a catalyst accelerating the promotion of technical progress and raises the efficiency of any human activity.
  33. 33. CCoonnttdd……  Research can help teachers to understand what works and why, what the short and long term implications are, provide a justification and rationale for decisions and actions, help to build a repertoire to help deal with the unexpected, identify problems, inform improvement and so forth  Based on above challenges only one cannot adhered to the research, but the decisions upon evidence is morally sound.
  34. 34. Methodological Benchmarks · The main objective of the present paper is the emphasis of intellectual capital’s importance in knowledge-based society, of the idea that “ the empire s o f the future shall be true empire s o f o ne ’ s mind, as the world is dominated by the power of intangible assets and the brains (Suciu, 2008) and that “ inte lle ctual capital is made up o f inte lle ctual substance - knowle dg e , info rmatio n, inte lle ctual pro pe rty, e xpe rtise which can be use d in o rde r to cre ate we alth” (Steward, 1998).
  35. 35. CCoonnttdd…… · “In a knowle dg e -base d so cie ty, ide as viewe d as info rmatio n are no t o nly primo rdialbut also primary, since the y manife st as be ing ine ffable and substantial, e sse ntial andco ncre te , functio nal and e fficie nt” (Dinu, 2006).
  36. 36. CCoonnttdd…… · Knowledge-based society confers new dimensions to the learning process namely focusing on learning and innovation is no longer the feature of a small group of people and several forms of training are used: training employees how to learn; moving employees inside the fields of their specialty and also to other fields; working in “intervention teams” (“task force”); participation in practical lectures and seminars, periodical reflection reunions, creativity stimulation meetings, training stages and study visits; individual learning according to updated curricula (Chivu – Stănescu, 2009). 
  37. 37. CCoonnttdd…… · Knowledge-based society gradually replaces the industrial one which in its turn has replaced the agrarian society, the latter two being centered on the production of material goods, thus knowledge-based society including information as power in its broadest meaning – no mater whether it is political, economic, financial – the superior acquisition, mastering and capitalization of information, therefore the cornerstone of the society (Năstase, 2011). 
  38. 38. CCoonnttdd……  Starting from the definition of intellectual capital as being “an organization’s native resource which, after successive extractions, processing and disseminations is turned into the most valuable asset”, (Brătianu, 2011) it is visible that the growth of competitive ability relies on an organization’s innovation, intangible resources, use of competitive intelligence and therefore innovation means the process by which new products, new services, new technologies, new management and marketing processes are accomplished.
  39. 39. CCoonnttdd…… · The concept of “intellectual capital” also known as the “currency of the new millennium” is the key to success in the “era of knowledge” (Moroianu, 2009), a way to create value and a hidden resource in an organization (Jianu and Brătianu, 2009).
  40. 40. CCoonnttdd…… · The conceptual development of intellectual capital has taken place in two directions (Curaj and Jianu, 2010): - the increase in an organization’s competitiveness and of a strategic advantage on more competitive markets by the intensive capitalization of intangible resources; - enhancing the success of a company which has had an ascending trend of the ratio between market value and balance sheet financial value.
  41. 41. CCoonnttdd…… As a term attributed to intangible assets, intellectual capital has four components (Moroianu, 2009): market assets that ensue from the relationship between an organization and its market or clients (for instance: clients and how loyal they can be, distribution channels, various contracts and agreements etc.);
  42. 42. CCoonnttdd……  assets based on intellectual property, including know-how, marketing secrets, copyright, patents and other rights;  assets focused on human resources referring to the ability and creativity manifested while solving problems as well as to the skills of a leader , entrepreneur, and manager that an organization’s employees might have.
  43. 43. CCoonnttdd…… · The knowledge of an asset as compared to other assets is unique and once knowledge-based society has emerged, intellectual capital has become much more important as compared to other production factors (cars, lands, money etc.) as it leads to the creation and application of knowledge in order to increase organizational value.
  44. 44. CCoonnttdd…… · The competitive advantage generated by intellectual capital envisages the acquisition of the same benefits as those acquired by competitors, yet at lower costs and it will mainly belong to those well-informed, innovative and creative.
  45. 45. CCoonnttdd......  Academician Mihai Drăgănescu states that “knowledge-based society means much more because it ensures an unprecedented dissemination of knoweldge to all citizens by new means, mainly using the Internet, electronic books and learning methods by electronic means (e-learning), it pursues the expansion and deepening of scientific knowledge and truth, it is the only way by which a sustainable society from the ecological perspective willbe present and there will be a new culture stage (based on knowledge culture whichinvolves all types of knowledge, including artistic, literary knowledge etc.)” (Mihai Drăgănescu, 2009).
  46. 46. The relation between intellectual capital and knowledge society
  47. 47. Conclusions  Training of an individual  The issue of education for the requirements of the current society,  Quality of resources which becomes the main force of world competition.
  48. 48. Wild animals including Tiger afraid of Fire
  49. 49. THANK YOU

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