Indian Challenges in Higher Education

Indian employers see overseas graduates as more job-ready.

By Rob Lynes, British Council.

Employers in India believe foreign university graduates have better technical skills for jobs, according to the India Employability report unveiled by The British Council.

Check:
http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2014-10-14/news/55014142_1_british-council-indian-universities-indian-employers

Higher Education in India: Vision 2030.

From FICCI Higher Education Summit 2013:

“… While we have tremendously enhanced capacity, we lag in quality, given inadequate autonomy to our Universities. Centralized control and a standardized approach remains at the heart of regulations. We are in the 21st century with a mid-20th century regulatory architecture…”

Check:
http://www.ey.com/Publication/vwLUAssets/Higher-education-in-India-Vision-2030/$FILE/EY-Higher-education-in-India-Vision-2030.pdf

Povl Tiedemann
November 2014

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