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All Discussions Under New Education Policy

Format: Jan 19 2017 - 8:05:05pm
Format: Jan 19 2017 - 8:05:05pm
Format: Jan 19 2017 - 8:05:05pm
Inputs on Draft National Education Policy 2016

Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India is sharing some inputs on the Draft National Education ...

Engagement with industry to link education to employability

Employability of our students is a matter of concern. At the other end of the spectrum is need for greater investment in ...

Promoting research and innovation

The expenditure on R&D in India is only 0.80% of GDP which needs to be enhanced to 1.5%. What are the strategies needed ...

New Knowledge

We are living in a dynamic knowledge based society. Newer technologies and challenges are seeing the birth of new areas ...

Financing higher education

Roughly 1% of GDP is spent on higher education as against a target of 1.5%. In the recent years, the state share of ...

Internationalization of higher education

Globalization has resulted in greater cross border higher education. However, there is a need for a better policy that ...

Meaningful partnership with the private sector

Higher education cannot sustain only through public funding. While public private partnerships in higher education have ...

Sustaining student support systems

Several schemes of students financial assistance are being implemented at Central and State levels. Have they really ...

Promote cultural integration through language

How can inter-linkages between education, culture and language be brought about in HE institutions. Some concrete ...

Linking higher education to society

The role of institutions of higher education in societal development is becoming increasing significant. In recent ...

Developing the best teachers

Teachers are the cornerstone of any educational system. Developing the teaching talent and incentivizing best teachers, ...

Addressing regional disparity

Ensuring access to higher education is critical to mobilising greater participation thereby increasing the Gross ...