In every region of the world there are culture and social differences that set countries apart. Each with an economic, social and political outlooks on the future that determine the way people live.
Published Sep 4,9: The efforts taken by various top-ranking institutes like IITs and IIMs to enhance quality of higher education in India notwithstanding, the country has slipped two ranks from 91 to 93 in the higher education segment in the world global competitiveness index released on Wednesday by Geneva-based World Economic Forum WEF.
Balagurusamy says that India has several issues like shortage of qualified faculty and lack of quality infrastructure in higher education institutions that have gone towards placing the country in the bottom of the ranking. When the scenario is so pathetic, how can you expect us to be in the top of the pyramid?
Pointing out that several colleges and universities had no proper laboratory facilities, the eminent academician said that the state and the Centre must take these issues seriously and address them immediately. Viswanathan said that even as a small city-state, Singapore spends huge money for higher education and research, which India failed to do.
The World Economic Forum report states that quality higher education and training is crucial for economies which wish to move up the value chain beyond simple production processes and products.India's global education rank down to 93 from 91 Chennai: The efforts taken by various top-ranking institutes like IITs and IIMs to enhance quality of higher education in India notwithstanding.
There's no country in the world that can't improve its educational system," Kim said. Ahead of the annual meeting, Kim said after years of disappointing growth, the global economy has begun to accelerate, and trade is picking up as well, but investment remains weak.
INDIA - economy analysis 1. health and educational institutes etc.
The two most vital sectors, i.e. agriculture and industry could not make much headway in the absence of proper infrastructural facilities in the country. India is the 4th largest economic system in the world in terms of the purchasing power parity.
The recent economic. Topic: Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Education. 5) India’s education system is in dire need of qualitative reforms. If you are asked to prepare a list of priorities for educational governance, what would that be?
Second, the system would be reformatted to achieve the 21st century objectives. In short, we need to usher in an educational revolution and not just an evolution of teaching techniques. SOLAR ENERGY AND ITS FUTURE ROLE IN INDIAN ECONOMY Swami Prakash Srivastava1 Surat Prakash Srivastava2 1. Associate Professor, Dept.
of Economics, Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University)-Agra 2. Students, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Dept. Anand Engineering College-Agra-(U.P.).