Challanges and Problems of Management and Administration of Higher Education in India
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Higher education is a place where old knowledge is maintained and efforts are made to improve the old knowledge through research. During the last 20 years the quantum of knowledge had doubled, but in the modern world the quantum of knowledge is doubling every 20 years. Under these circumstances it is the moral obligation of the institutes of higher education to retain the new knowledge and to help in the process of the creation of new knowledge. Any Civilisation can survive only on the basis of knowledge and scientific skills. If civilisation has to survive in the modern scientific and technological world then the institutions of higher education will have to handle this function of creation of new knowledge and skills very wisely and efficiently. The developing countries like India need new scientific and technological knowledge for its faster development, they lack resources for research and development. In India the institution of the University Grants Commission is entrusted with this onerous responsibility of maintaining and developing higher education. The institutions of higher education also. need to have talented personnel for this work. The institutions of higher education need to have sufficient funds for the recruitment and training of University Teachers.
Ghanshyam Thakur, graduated in Science and education from Tribhuvan University Nepal. He began his scientistic career with a leading institutions of sciences, For the past ten years, he has been writing on a wide range of subjects. The focus of his interest however is education**Contents and Sample Pages**
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