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Institutions of Knowledge and Internationalization of Education
Unformatted Document Text:  It is the social responsibility of these institutions which are established more for commercial gains that they have certain percentage of seats reserved for the poor Indian students. Government policies needs to be implemented with more vigor and those not keeping to that should face dire consequences. The number of scholarships provided by them should be large and the number of seats for foreign students should be limited. Last two decades can be called as the period of progress for India-in all sectors. Education is also not left behind and there has been remarkable growth is the number of educational institutions at all levels-primary, secondary and tertiary. 18 It gives happiness to see development, but this development is not even as it is only in the global cities and is not spread all over India. The cities which have more possibility of repaying are able to attract the financiers to help in the development. Indian condition is the same as in the nineteenth and early twentieth century when it was a colony. Most of the universities established during colonialism were to provide men of knowledge who could support the growth of British Empire in India and would give handsome returns to the capitalists. Until the beginning of twentieth century and the spread of nationalism in India, institutions of knowledge production were mere degree providing machinery. There was no teaching, research and development in the modern universities. This was all because the institutions were not opened after studying the need of the region. Thus it is important in the age of globalization also that the institutions should first examine the need for internationalization and to the extent they can do it. Also they have to see that they provide education for the poor and needy nationals at an affordable price and not become the commercialized place of earning revenue. They need to have some social responsibility of educating Indian nationals first and then the foreign nationals. There is lot of positive and negative aspect of all that is implemented, and education is no exception. 18 Most of the primary and secondary schools in India especially in Delhi and other big cities are calling themselves with the name ‘International’-for example Ryan International, Amity International, etc. 8

Authors: Singh, Sneha.
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It is the social responsibility of these institutions which are established more for
commercial gains that they have certain percentage of seats reserved for the poor Indian
students. Government policies needs to be implemented with more vigor and those not
keeping to that should face dire consequences. The number of scholarships provided by
them should be large and the number of seats for foreign students should be limited.
Last two decades can be called as the period of progress for India-in all sectors.
Education is also not left behind and there has been remarkable growth is the number of
educational institutions at all levels-primary, secondary and tertiary.
It gives happiness
to see development, but this development is not even as it is only in the global cities and
is not spread all over India. The cities which have more possibility of repaying are able to
attract the financiers to help in the development. Indian condition is the same as in the
nineteenth and early twentieth century when it was a colony. Most of the universities
established during colonialism were to provide men of knowledge who could support the
growth of British Empire in India and would give handsome returns to the capitalists.
Until the beginning of twentieth century and the spread of nationalism in India,
institutions of knowledge production were mere degree providing machinery. There was
no teaching, research and development in the modern universities. This was all because
the institutions were not opened after studying the need of the region.
Thus it is important in the age of globalization also that the institutions should first
examine the need for internationalization and to the extent they can do it. Also they have
to see that they provide education for the poor and needy nationals at an affordable price
and not become the commercialized place of earning revenue. They need to have some
social responsibility of educating Indian nationals first and then the foreign nationals.
There is lot of positive and negative aspect of all that is implemented, and education is no
exception.
18
Most of the primary and secondary schools in India especially in Delhi and other big cities are calling
themselves with the name ‘International’-for example Ryan International, Amity International, etc.
8


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