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Presentation by FEBT10 Team in OPC, AIT


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Presentation by FEBT10 Team in OPC, AIT

  1. 1. Universities of Asia in the 21st century Open Presentation Competition (20th October, 2010) By: FEBT10 1. Yakindra Prasad Timilsena - ID No. 111332 2. Alisha Tuladhar - ID No. 111327 3. Kalpana S.A. - ID No. 111312 4. Jyotsna Shrestha Khanal - ID No. 111328 5. Silvia Ayu Widayati - ID No. 111311 1
  2. 2. OUTLINEAsian PotentialGlobalization and InternationalizationDifferent dimensionsChallenges ahead and ways forward 2
  3. 3. 21st century – Asian century?• Rapid economic growth rate• 60% of world population• 59% of total population is less than 34 years• 5000+ universities• Tremendous progress in expanding higher education• Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)- the highest number of students in the world.
  4. 4. Why the international knowledge and skills are felt necessary?• Globalization – Innovation and Information – Globalization increased demand for higher education nations moving towards knowledge based economy• Competent human resources
  5. 5. 21st century prerequisite
  6. 6. Role of University United Nations & Internationalgovernment Organization corporate sector development society training university research media
  7. 7. Underfunding affects the students & economy Affecting the Government economy underfunding To generate Expecting additional Higher revenue at packages institutions Differential dramatic fees tuition fees increase across many countries
  8. 8. Role of technology in university in 21st century
  9. 9. What about technology resources? Kids in the New Millennium
  10. 10. High-tech future for higher education • Virtual university • Any person, any where, any time
  11. 11. Sustainability of University Corporate sector LowGovernment Budget University 3 Ps Sustainability Excessive control International donor
  12. 12. Public Private Partnership Approach Business Government National & International, National Government, Formal & Informal Federal States, Municipalities P Enterprises P P Civil Society Communities, NGO, Universities, Research Centres
  13. 13. Make university hear MDGs Poverty & hunger Universal Global primary partnership education Gender equalityEnvironmental & empower sustainability women Diseases Reduce child (AIDS, ma mortality rate laria) Improve maternal health
  14. 14. &MDG- Goal 8
  15. 15. Drastic changes in 21st Century
  16. 16. "Green Education"
  17. 17. Collaborative learning - Reinventingpedagogy• Allows for student talk - social learning• Pedagogy learning-”I think therefore I am” social learning-”We participate therefore we are”• Embraces discovery• Student focused and self paced
  18. 18. • Create world-class capacity in education• Retention of Faculties and Researchers• Increasing enrollments• Focus on quality rather than numbers• Meet the industry and market demand• Accreditation and standardisation
  19. 19. Challenges ahead and ways forward Food security Good Climate governance change Emergency Eco-friendly preparedness technologies Sustainable development
  20. 20. T-shaped Professionals as Adaptive Innovators Expertise Across Other Fields Management (Business) Across industries Across cultures Social Science Across functions (People) Across disciplines = More experienced More adaptive More collaborative Engineering Core Field of (Technology) Study
  21. 21. “You are educated. Your certification is in yourdegree. You may think of it as the ticket to the goodlife. Let me ask you to think of an alternative.Think of it as your ticket to change the world.”(Tom Brokaw)
  22. 22. References••• lect.asp•• -university-on-earth-is-reborn-after-800-years- 2042518.html