Learning Music…..There are 1000’s of people posting on you tube on how to learn a music instrument. There are millions of followers ….
Learning Technology Out of the top ten RSSfeeds subscribed in the world 8 are fromtechnology forums and websites How many of you check the tech news everyday ??
Learning Dance Dance keyword search on you tube fetches 5,220,000 results…. Dance for beginners fetches 75,800 results …. At any point of time there will be 5 Dance shows on television…..
Searching keywords The keywords generates 2 million results on you tube only …. 10 different categories and millions of videos without categories……. People are learning everyday……!!
Learning Cooking…There are dedicated TV channels oncooking. Trust Cooking is notentertainment.
Learning to browse …21 categories5 could be easily included in education….25+ channels on Education alone and on an average 200,000 subscribers for each channelWith BBC as one of channels and we are not including bigwigs Nat Geo and Discovery….
Let’s look at some Statistics….. By Govt. Of India
States with Lowest literacy Rates90.0080.00 Don’t try to teach the illiterate....70.00 less likely to succeed……….60.0050.0040.0030.0020.0010.00 0.00 Bihar Arunachal Rajasthan Jharkhand AP J&K UP Education as a product will work P well in the states which are more Persons Male Female Educated…. States with High Literacy rates120.00 It is educated who explore more….100.00 80.00 60.00 40.00 20.00 0.00 MH HP Delhi Goa Tripura Mizoram Kerala Persons Male Female However the literacy is a just a figure …..
Glimpse of Quality of Education in India Engineering Graduates in India According to a study in 16,000 Villages % of Primary students who can’t do simple math Employable 25% unemployable 50% 60% Needed Training 25%% of 10 years old who can’t read the Basic language Data Shows literacy rates have a little or no meaning when it comes to education …… 50% It is natural challenge for such Students to aspire for higher studies….
Yet…students Want to get educated…. Aspires for higher education Enrolments into Higher education Age group 20-25 11% 35% 44% 45% 11% India. against 44%-85% in Developed world Graduates The Demand for higher education is there… 21%Only 21% of population graduates form a upper secondary level
Limitations…..Not enough schools/colleges in India. Scholars Growth 250.00 200.00 Millions 150.00 100.00 50.00 0.00 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Institutions not growing at the Scholar/colleges Scholar/Schools rate of scholars Institutional Growth Tremendous opportunity to Colleges/Uni Schools tap in people for education . 1.26 1.29 1.31 1.19 1.22 1.12 1.02 1.03 0.011 0.012 0.012 0.014 0.017 0.020 0.024 0.0262001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09(P)
Limitations…..Expenditure by Govt. of India.20.0015.00 The gross enrolment ratio10.00 Classes (I-V) (6-11 years) 109.4% Classes (VI-VIII) (11-14 years) 71.15% 5.00 Classes (I-VIII) (6-14 years) 94.92% Classes (IX-X) (14-16 years) 52.26% 0.00 Classes (XI-XII) (16-18 years) 28.54% Higher Education (18-24 yrs) 11.61 % as %age of GDP as %age ofPublic Expenditure Distribution of public expenditure per level (%) 1% The drop out rates 20% Classes (I-V) (6-11 years) 25.47 % 36% Classes (I-VIII) (6-14 years) 48.71 % Classes (I-X) (6-16 years) 61.59 % 43% Pre primary Primary Secondry Tertiary
Voice of students in a FGD research..…. Drop out reasons Economic Environment Educational Marriage Family OthersAnotherLimitation 11% is a 13% 25%HugeDrop out 14% 21%Rate 16% 24.8% dropped due to poor economic reasons. 61% of them are boys. 80% had to work 50% of these respondents faced poor environment in schools. Unnecessary punishment. Harassment Teaching issues, could not clear the examinations. 88% are boys. All of them were Girls, 90% themselves choose to marry. Unlike in case of economic reasons, more girls (57%) dropped due to family reasons. 42% of students dropped for reasons like upset with father, father died, helped mother, imprisonment of father Etc.
Schooling environment in India. The study of 188 government-run primary schools in central and northern India Schools with No Drinking Water No Toilets Absent Teachers 25% 59% 89% Poor environment in schools means that people will look forward for education by other means…. 55% Education on Mobility can be a solution to the group aspiring for education….Teachers have not got beyond the secondary stage of schooling.
But …Internet doesn’t help … % of students getting education in Hindi… Mobile, internet educational content for all Such students 50% …………..?The rest get educated in other regional languages and English Schools with computers 14% Very minimum content available for the students in their native language…. No Hindi/Regional content as a medium of education. Out of Govt run schools in India. Govt Run 80% of schools in India, Rest are by NGOs and private
Mobility with other social conditions ..…. Bicycle Electricity Two wheeler Kerosene 4 wheeler No Bathroom no indoor computer Drinking source TV No kitchen cellphone No latrine 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Assets Conditions•53% of people have cell phone but do not have basic amenities. We all should feel proud thatTelecom as an industry has been able to make cell phone affordable to last mile……currentMobile penetration in India is 84%• People have TV but do not have kitchen, have 4 wheeler but no bathroom… Thanks to TATANANO• People have bicycle but do not have electricity…. Means People can afford education on Mobile…. Cost is not challenge here
Because of sub standard and low quality education Implications…
The Gap widens ….. By year 2016• Approx. 500 million people with less than five yrs of schooling• Another 300 million that will not have completed high school.• More than 50 % of the girls in the country will not enroll in schools
The Immediate worry is senior students……Every year 5.5 millionstudents pass out of ClassX, of which 3.3 million go toClass XI.leaving 2.2 million out ofthe education stream.Those who drop out afterClass VIII are approx. 20-21million
The challenge is not only the 3% but also the 97% of people …..Of all new employment generated……• 1% is government jobs• 2% are in the ‘Organized sector.• 97% in the unorganized sectorThe challenge also is train the unskilled labor…
Countries labor force in (20-24 yrs) age undergone formal vocational training Most industrializedIndia - 5 % nations - 60 to 80 %
The Future..……Working age population ….. 567 million (2012) 761 million (2020)Jobs created 10 million (2012) 15 million (Required)Jobless because of skill/others Reasons … 30%* Please refer appendix for data on shortage of skills Education will be single biggest challenge to enable these people…. Provide the Skills Revision of relevant training provided & courses needed. Required Loop in instructors from around the Low world Availability prestige on of vocational instructors jobs Advertise on to bring value and skill adoption. Challenges
News is highest selling property all over the world…..Sell News….. Educated people and post graduate students consumes news the most…. It is part of Daily curriculum… All MBA Grads check the financial times and WSJ….
Learn Guitar….In 2008,57% of 8-graders attended schoolswhere music instruction was offered at leastthree or four times a week, and 47 % attendedschools where visual arts instruction is asoffered at least once. How many music instruments do you really teach on mobile portal…..
Channels available on Web How to learn Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and others tools…..Training like this is handy for the people who cannot afford an expensive computer school…
Teaching someone to become a plumber, Technician and repair Electronics …. People need access to such information for own home, jobs & business
Not comfortable using handsets for education Small screen Handsets “Bache Bigad jaate Hain” Problem behavior such as cheating, cyber bullying, and sexting Cheating 33% Reported 66% cheating
Create FiltersE.g. Access to content with the word “breast” can be turned off for the lower gradesSchool wide filters are more appropriateIncreasing no. of students are accustomedto small screens & may actually preferthem to large screens on a less portabledevice. Allow students to accessresources and collaborative tools almostseamlessly as they go for their personal& educational activitiesGrad school in North America reported 64% deduction in disciplinarysuspensions since the implementation ofdigital conversion. They also found thatthe students involved in mobile learningprogram were more engaged anddiscipline referrals related to policingstudent mobile phone use had decreased.To stop misuse of mobile by studentsis to formulate and implement strict policies
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Shortage of skill in Various Sectors• The projected growth rates in industry and services sectors are expected to generate 60 millions job opportunities during 2006-12 and 156 million during 2006-16• Semi-skilled and skilled labour: The shortage of factory workers and construction labourers is already being felt across industries.• Engineering industry is growing at a fast pace will be major requirement of skilled/talented manpower in this sector• Food industry is fast-expanding, need professional food scientists and technicians in great number.• Media and Entertainment: The demand for animation production services from India is growing. This has opened up innumerable opportunities for students of Design, Fine Arts and Mass Communication.• Biotechnology sector: 80 % shortfall of doctorate and post doctorate scientists.• Food processing sector: 65 % shortfall of refrigeration mechanics, electricians’ etc. 70 % shortfall of food safety personnel Condt…..
• Additional 21 million new jobs in merchandise trade by 2009-10• IT and BPO sector could employ 9 million persons directly and indirectly by 2010• Raising the rate of growth of manufacturing to 12 % could create 1.6 to 2.9 million direct jobs annually, and another 2-3 times that number indirectly• Retail Sector - demand of 3-5 lakh trained people in the northern region alone by 2010. This sector would throw up 2 million employment by 2010.• Leather - Based on increased targets for export and domestic demand, it would generate 3 million additional jobs by 2022• Civil Aviation - Needs 5400 pilots by the end of the 11th plan. Thereafter, there would be requirement of at least 150 pilots per year as replacements for retirements and normal attrition.• Construction sector with a current employment of over 30 million is to witness boom by an annual growth rate of 30% in infrastructure. It would translate large no. of jobs far short of the employable skill available Contd….
• Health sector: Shortage of 5 lakh doctors and 10 lakh Nurses.• IT sector : Shortage of 5 lakhs (half a million) engineers.• Education sector: Faculty shortage of 25-40 percent.• Automobiles: employment expected to increase to 25million by 2015-16 from current 10.5 million, majority in the shop floor of auto manufacturing• Logistics: will grow in tandem with growth in trade, aviation and tourism• Banking and Finance sector: 50-80 percent personnel shortage.• Aviation sector: Severe shortage of pilots and ground duty officials.• Textile sector: employ 35 million directly, besides 55 million in its allied sector. Expected to generate additional 14million jobs by 2012• Pharma sector: Severe shortage of top pharma scientists as research expenditure by pharma companies has quadrupled in the last 5 years. Thus there is a shortage of middle-level and junior scientists too. This has made salaries of top pharma scientists rise to US levels.• Project Management Services-this labour intensive sector will grow with growth in corporate structure, infrastructure & retail industrySource: Data compiled from (FICCI report, New Delhi); (NASSCOM); (NASSCOM McKinsey Report 2006); (Press Release, Ministry of Com. & Ind. April 7, 2006) (IL&FS, 2008)