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Presentation

on

Standardisation of Education

at

ITU
-
GISFI
-
DS
-
CTIF

Standards Education Workshop

Niels Jernes Vej 14, 4
-
111, Aalborg University

Aalborg, Denmark

on

October 8
-
9, 2012

Dr.M.D.Tiwari


Chairman, Electronics & Computer Division, BIS &

by

Director, IIIT, Allahabad

Standardisation of Education in India


The

level

of

educational

system

in

India
:



Primary


Secondary

and



Tertiary



The

focus

will

be

on

tertiary

level

Standardisation of Education in India


There

are

following

size

of

education

Institutions
:

o
Universities

more

than

-

500

Categories

are
:

o
Central

Universities

-

50


o
Institutes

like

IITs,

IIITs

and

NITs



40


o
State

owned

Universities
-
275

o
Deemed
-
to
-
be
-
Universities
-
130

o
Private

Universities
-
90

o
Colleges



25
,
000


including

State

owned,

Central

Government

owned

and

private

owned

Standardisation of Education in India


Role

of

Federal

Government

and

State

Governments
:

o
In

India

education

is

in

concurrent

list
.

o
The

Central

Government
-
Ministry

of

Human

Resource

Development

has

management

control

on

Institutions

established

by

it
.

o
Other

Universities

including

private

ones

managed

by

Provincial

Governments
.

Standardisation of Education in India

o
Policies

enumerated

by

Federal

Government

are

communicated

to

Provincial

Governments
.

However,

Provincial

Governments

are

all

liberty

to

accept

them

or

not
.

Standardisation of Education in India


The

Governing

Bodies
:


UGC
-
General

education


AICTE
-
Technical

Education


MCI
-
Medical

Education


DCI
-
Dental

Education


PCI
-
Pharmaceutical

Education


NCI
-
Nursing

Education

and

so

on


These

agencies

provide

directions

for

maintaining

standard

of

education

and

opening

of

courses
.


The

Management

is

also

partly

looked

by

them

Standardisation of Education in India


Financial

Supporting

Agencies
:


India

has

a

number

of

agencies

to

support

education

and

research

in

various

sectors
.

Example

are
:


MHRD,

UGC,

AICTE,

DST,

MEA,

Ministry

of

Ocean

Development,

Ministry

of

Energy,

Department

of

Space,

DRDO,

Ministry

of

Health,

CSIR

and

others
.


These

agencies

normally

provide

for

R&D

fund

and

establishing

Centre

of

Excellence

in

identified

thrust

areas
.

Standardisation of Education in India


Maintain

Standard
:


In

view

size

and

varied

type

of

educational

institutions

maintaining

of

standards

are

difficult

task
.

However,

agencies

mentioned

above

do

circulate

norms

for

maintaining

the

standards

of

education

in

the

country
.


Standardisation of Education in India


Governance
:


It

is

a

very

important

aspect

for

maintaining

the

standards
.

The

key

aspects
:


Creating

a

vision


Create

vision

to

help

in

your

change

effort
.


Develop

strategies

to

achieve

vision
.


Communicating

the

vision
.


Communicate

the

new

vision

and

strategies

to

human

resources
.


Develop

new

behaviour

for

achieving

goals
.


Empowering

human

resources

to

act
.

Contd….


Standardisation of Education in India


Governance
:


Obstacles

Removal

to

act

on

Vision


Develop

Programme

to

remove

obstacles

for

the

change
.


Modifying

systems

undermining

the

vision


Encouraging

taking

risk

and

nontraditional

ideas,

activities

and

action
.


Establish

a

Sense

of

Urgency
.


Identify

and

discuss

crises

and

major

opportunities
.


Examine

societies

need

and

competitive

realities
.



Contd….

Standardisation of Education in India


Governance
:


Developing

a

Powerful

Guiding

Coalition


Appoint

a

group

of

people

with

enough

power

to

lead

the

change

effort
.


Encourage

the

group

for

team

work


Plans

for

short

and

long

term

wins


Develop

plans

for

improving

performance

feasibility


Use

enhanced

credibility

to

make

a

optimum

systems


Promoting

and

encouraging

employees

for

extraordinary

achievements

Contd….

Standardisation of Education in India


Governance
:


Institutionalizing

in

new

approaches


Develop

processes

for

new

projects,

themes

and

change

vision


Connect

between

the

new

behaviours

and

overall

success


Develop

means

to

ensure

leadership

development

and

succession


The

above

points

raise

the

question

as

whether

leaders

are

born

and

can

be

made
.


Contd
….

Standardisation of Education in India


Whether

leadership

is

endogenous

to

the

system,

that

is,

every

society

gets

leadership

that

it

deserves
.


The

view

is

that

leadership

can

be

exogenous,

that

is,

either

able

to

convince

or

mobilize

the

society

towards

higher

or

differential

interests
.


The

need

is

that

there

may

be

balance

leader

to

lead

the

social

system

towards

transformation
.

Standardisation of Education in India


New

Efforts
:


The

Federal

Government

has

taken

immense

efforts

to

have

a

vertical

as

well

as

horizontal

growth

in

education

system
.


Maintenance

of

quality

and

standards

are

the

prime

objectives

of

the

Government
.


Society

has

to

transform

in

accepting

the

transformations

which

may

not

be

a

day’s/month’s

plan
.

Standardisation of Education in India


Coming

to

IIIT
-
A


We

are

maintaining

high

standard

for

teaching,

learning,

research

and

development

in

various

areas

of

IT
.



Courses
:

UG

Courses
:

B
.
Tech
.

in

Information

Technology

and

B
.
Tech
.

in

Electronics

and

Communication

Engineering,

Five

years

M
.
Tech
.

Course

in

Biomedical

Engineering

along

with

PG

courses
:

M
.
Tech
.

in

eight

areas,,

MBA

(IT),

Master

of

Science

in

Cyber

Law

and

Information

Security

and

Doctoral

programs
.


Standardisation of Education in India


Centre

of

Excellence


Indo
-
Russian Centre of Biotechnology

Patent Referral Centre

Centre for Physically Disabled Persons (Being developed)

Plagiarism Detection Centre

Indo
-
Swiss Centre for Microelectronics

Indo


Danish Centre for Wireless Communication & Sensors

S&T Discovery Park for Rural Empowerment,
Amethi

I4CT, Denmark (Being established)

Indo
-
US Centre of Language Technology

Standardisation of Education in India



Research

Areas
:



Artificial Intelligence, Soft Computing & Microelectronics

Bioinformatics

Computer Networking and Network Security

Signal Processing & Pattern Recognition, Computer Vision

Child Security

Carbon Trading & impact in Environment

GIS & Remote Sensing Image processing

Finance, Marketing, Digital Divide

Standardisation of Education in India



Research

Areas
:



Natural Language Processing

Robotics Including Humanoid Robots

Real
-
time Embedded & Computer Controlled Systems

Software Engineering

Wireless Communication & Sensor Networks

Interactive tech. & Human Comp. Interaction Processing

Disaster Management its financial risk magnitude &

mitigation, financial multiplayer gaming

Standardisation of Education in India


INTERNATIONAL

COLLABORATIONS


Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh


California University, Riverside, USA


State University of New York, Buffalo


Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA


Gwangju

Institute of Science & Technology (GIST), Korea


Canberra University, Australia


The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Louisiana , Switzerland


Centre for
TeleInFrastruktur

(CTIF), Aalborg University, Denmark


Russian New University (
RosNOU
), Moscow, Russia


Purvanchal

University, Nepal*


Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration , Ghana*


University of Michigan, USA


Caledonian College of Engineering, Muscat, Oman


Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia






Standardisation of Education in India


INTERNATIONAL

COLLABORATIONS


Southern Taiwan University, Taiwan


Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands


Erasmus MC: University Medical Center, Rotterdam,
Netherlands


University of
Abertay
, Dundee, Scotland


Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand


Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University),
Moscow, Russia


The University of Lincoln, U.K.


Putera

Sampoerna

Foundation (PSF), Jakarta


M.H.Alsya

Co. W.L.L., Kuwait


Ohio State University & Cornell University


BioLink

Institute, Link Campus University, Rome, Italy


Shenyang University, China




Standardisation of Education in India


COLLABORATIONS

with

Industries
:


Maple Leaf India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi


M/s.
Corinex
, Canada


Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC)


Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Mumbai


Artificial Limb Manufacturing Corporation (ALIMCO), Kanpur, Govt. of


India


FORTIS Hospital,
Noida
, Uttar Pradesh


Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Bangalore


Zensar

Technologies Ltd.,
Pune


Indian Oil Corporation, Faridabad


Microsoft


IBM


NIKSUN India


Rivers Company, UK


Biomedical Foundation, Canada




Standardisation of Education in India




Projects


DST, DBT, MHRD,
ICMR, MCIT, AICTE,
Industries

Bioinformatics (Nos.10 &cost 4.75
crs.)

Language

(Nos. 5 & cost 6 crs.)

General

(Nos.11 & cost
-

10 crs.)

HCI

-

(No.1 & cost 1.50 crs.)

Industry/Society (
Nos.2 &

cost 3.30 crs.)

Health



(Nos.3 & cost
-

1 crs.)

Education/Society

(Nos. 4 &

cost 7 crs.)

Completed
-

21


Ongoing
-

27

Electronics

(No.1 & cost
-

50 lac)

Sensor



(No.1 & cost
-

25 lac)

Standardisation of Education in India

Science Promotion

The

Institute

has

organized

the

1
st,

2
nd
,

3
rd

and

4
th

Science

Conclaves

and

INSPIRE

Programs

of

GoI
,

MHRD

&

DST

during

December

14
-
21
,

2008
,

December

08
-
14
,

2009
,

December

08
-
14
,

2010

and

November

26

to

December

02
,

2011

respectively

in

which

about

1500

selected

young

scientists,

teachers

and

researchers

actively

interacted

with

about

a

dozen

Nobel

Laureates

of

repute

and

about

150

eminent

academicians

from

India

and

abroad
.


The

5
th

Science

Conclave

has

been

planned

during

December

08
-
14
,

2012

to

continue

the

efforts

being

made

to

promote

the

cause

of

general

sciences
.

Several Questions

Are

we

really

educated?


Country

is

rich

in

tradition,

crafts

and

arts
.

The

exploitation

of

rich

values

needs

a

thorough

overhauling

of

the

system
.

Old

value

systems

in

India

has

been

modified
.

At

present

it

is

facing

transition
.

Young

generation

tries

to

copy

western

culture
.

However,

they

are

not

a

dole

drum

between

Indian

and

western

situations
.



Standardisation of Education in India

Making

education

high

utilitarian


This

needs

a

high

provoken

and

support

from

society
.

The

capability

of

research

in

our

country

is

extremely

high
.

Financial

support

is

appreciable
.

Slight

management

standard

of

educational

system

may

improve

education

as

well

as

research

for

which

the

Federal

Government

is

serious

and

sincere

to

achieve

in

given

time
.



Standardisation

of Education in India