Universities have been an integral part of the Indian Education system. Long before the world adopted the concept of higher education
India already had established universities. Today there are a lot of changes in the field of education that need to be incorporated into the mainstream. As times change, the skill set required to do any job changes, so if we continue with the same syllabus and methods of teaching, there will be no progress.
The word Paradigm itself means framework, framework for a given knowledge domain. The field of education, at both the basics and higher education levels, has undergone tremendous change since World War II.
This change has been precipitated by unprecedented demand for high-quality and meaningful education at all levels across the globe.
Indian Universities Shaping and Carving a Promising Future for the World. “The old order changeth, yielding place to new, and God fulfills himself in many ways, lest one good custom should corrupt the world.” This line from the poem ‘The Passing of Arthur’ by Alfred Lord Tennyson leads us towards optimism of change.
Nothing in this world is constant; everything changes. India being the fastest-growing economy, and its workforce is the youngest. With the advantage of having the youngest workforce, it also has an abundance of traditional knowledge as well. A lot of research and scientific concepts that are a part of the world today were brought to light by Indian scholars.
Accountability and autonomy are a must for running a successful system, as they are the critical building blocks for ensuring good governance. Future jobs require Human skills and emotional quotient as key attributes. And our universities do focus on these attributes due to our strong cultural heritage.
What are the advantages of pursuing higher education at a reputed Indian university?
We have a rich history and heritage of scholars who have made a very meaningful contribution to the world’s development. As a result, many Indian Universities have been ranked as the world’s top universities.
The charges are more affordable than any other top university in the world, and the benefit of a cross-cultural approach attracts students worldwide. The certificate is accepted worldwide and recognized by top universities, adding good value to prospective employers. Which, in turn, increases employability.
5 Reasons to Receive Higher Education in India for International Students.
Affordability is a primereason that attractsstudents.Rich culture and a cross-cultural approach are whatthe students find comfort in studying in India. They have the option ofstudy and work that helpthem reduce the burden ofloans and also provide acomfortable living.
A lot of opportunities for research work with rich sources are available. They can also take a pause during their course.
About Author –
Dr Rupali Dhamdhere – Principal, Trinity International School, KJ’s Educational Institute, Pune.