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Institutions of Knowledge and Internationalization of Education
Unformatted Document Text:  few years, the number of students traveling abroad has increased enormously as the rich send their children to study in the foreign institutions. For them these public-private partnership institutions will be very good as they can give their children higher education of world standards at a cheaper cost, in their homeland. It is also to be noted that once these institutions start providing education in large number, they will pose a challenge to the existing public institutions from following fronts: 17 1. Lack of competent teachers for these institutions as the pay scale would be much less. 2. The infrastructure would be not as good as the new institutions: especially in the scientific research departments the modern equipments of global standards will be lacking in these public institutions-thus affecting the quality of research done. 3. The placement of the students from these institutions to the known companies would be low. The existing public Indian universities will take a number of years to transform itself to accommodate international students as is done by the new private institutions. They need to modify the fee structure and the remunerations for the teachers and visitors if they want to remain in the business of education in the global world. Thus it is very important for the Indian public institutions of learning to accept these challenges posed by globalization and internationalization of education. They need to do advance planning for the changes needed in their curriculum, infrastructure, fee structure etc. to maintain the global standards. At the same time they have to remember the need of the students who belong to middle and poor classes. Government should make some policies which can help the poor and meritorious students get admission in any institutions. There should be increase in the number of scholarships and the fee structure for the Indian nationals and should be designed according to the annual income of the parents or guardians. 17 This challenge can be to the old institutions funded by government for science and social research, professional institutes which are to produce law graduates, business management personnel’s, doctors, engineers etc. 7

Authors: Singh, Sneha.
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few years, the number of students traveling abroad has increased enormously as the rich
send their children to study in the foreign institutions. For them these public-private
partnership institutions will be very good as they can give their children higher education
of world standards at a cheaper cost, in their homeland. It is also to be noted that once
these institutions start providing education in large number, they will pose a challenge to
the existing public institutions from following fronts:
1. Lack of competent teachers for these institutions as the pay scale would be much
less.
2. The infrastructure would be not as good as the new institutions: especially in the
scientific research departments the modern equipments of global standards will be
lacking in these public institutions-thus affecting the quality of research done.
3. The placement of the students from these institutions to the known companies
would be low.
The existing public Indian universities will take a number of years to transform itself to
accommodate international students as is done by the new private institutions. They need
to
modify the fee structure and the remunerations for the teachers and visitors
if they
want to remain in the business of education in the global world.
Thus it is very important for the Indian public institutions of learning to accept these
challenges posed by globalization and internationalization of education. They need to do
advance planning for the changes needed in their curriculum, infrastructure, fee structure
etc. to maintain the global standards. At the same time they have to remember the need of
the students who belong to middle and poor classes. Government should make some
policies which can help the poor and meritorious students get admission in any
institutions. There should be increase in the number of scholarships and the fee structure
for the Indian nationals and should be designed according to the annual income of the
parents or guardians.
17
This challenge can be to the old institutions funded by government for science and social research,
professional institutes which are to produce law graduates, business management personnel’s, doctors,
engineers etc.
7


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