11-29-2014, 04:36 PM
While drawing attention to the poor quality of technical education in India, the main Mukherjee on Wednesday urged the private sector to improve the country in a changing global environment of higher technical education standards.
Noted that although formidable educational infrastructure in place to cater to students, Mukherjee pointed out that educational institutions in the country lack the quality of education provided.
"There is no well-known among agencies, according to the survey of India's top 200 universities in the world rankings. Although the end of the ancient Indian universities today, attracting scholars from around the world, rupee bright Indian students go abroad to seek higher education," simultaneously in Pune , symbiosis international University graduation quoted as saying in the Daily Nation curtain Mr. Mukherjee.
He made it clear that he did, for example universities such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford has the initiative from the private sector, he called on the private sector to participate in the Indian education deepen.
School exhortation deeply involved in social issues, Mukherjee said that major initiatives aimed at promoting inclusive development, as envisioned by Saansad Ada Marsh Yojana overall development of the village and its transformation wider promotion of demonstration Village.
"I have urged the central institutions of higher education to work with at least five villages in each of the identified problems in the village," he said in the Daily Nation quoted.
Mukherjee also said that to achieve a high standard of education, one part is the main component of the development of the Academy.
"To keep up with the prosperity and continuous improvement disciplines, teachers must be trained in modern teaching methods and content of information," he said, urging resorting technology tools, such as electronic classrooms and knowledge network in the country daily quoted.
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