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Quality of Technical Education
B.R.Senthil kumar1, Dr.M.Thiagarajan2, Dr.P.Maniiarasan1, J. Prasanth1, G.Abilesh1
1Nehru
institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore (INDIA)
2Sri Ranganathar institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore (INDIA)
[email protected]
Developing Country

A developing country, also known as a less-developed
country (LDC),is a nation with a low living standard,
undeveloped industrial base, and Low Human Development
Index(HDI) relative to other countries

Development entails a modern infrastructure (both physical and
institutional)
Qualities of a developing country

Increasing phase in GDP per capita

Ability of self-production

Good economic stability
Factors affecting developing countries
•
Rapid growth in population
•
Increase in poverty
•
Lack of industries which leads to increase in
foreign investment
Higher education in developing countries

The wealth or poverty of nations depends greatly on
the quality of higher education.

More balanced approach to education at all levels is
needed.

It cannot guarantee rapid economic development, but
sustained progress is impossible without it.
Role of students

Should be dedicated and have enthusiasm to get
educated.

Should make use of resources available.

Should have a clear understanding of their purpose
of attaining higher education.

Confidence in choice of courses

Should be more interactive in class to get more
knowledge
Students as Active Partners in HEIs
Applicant
Higher Education
Institutions
(1)
Higher Education Institutions
Student as
Active Partner
(2)

Part (1) of the figure describes the pre-enrolment phase when
both the student and the HEI exchange information and use
screening and signalling mechanisms.

Part (2) shows the constellation between student and his HEI in the
Active Partner paradigm after the student’s enrolment, i.e. during and
after studying. The student has become part of his or her university,
and has at the same time re-shaped it
Role of faculties

Should be self-disciplined and well dignified

Guide the students in a right way to reach their destiny

Should know their subject deeply and periodical
knowledge updating is necessary

Should handle a friendly approach to the students, to
make them more interactive in the class
Role of institutions and industries

Institutions should focus on industry-based research
programs.

Institutions should utilize the available time by
conducting training programs, workshops, seminars,
etc.,

Industries can concentrate on educational institutions
and offer the students industrial research and
development projects, during their final year.
Vital roles to be played by the Institutions

Providing generic science and engineering graduates

Relevant education in emerging technical fields

Relevant advanced research training (masters and PhDs)
Lack of things, to be noted by the Institutions

Attract and retain high quality faculty

Selecting/screening high calibre individuals

Knowledge creation: relevant fundamental research
To experiment this type of educational system, both
educational institutions and industries should function in
combination. And students’ co-operation is also necessarily
important. Altogether, the final result is improvement in
quality of technical education, which helps the students to
get employed in large numbers. More employment leads to
industrial expansion, and industrial expansion leads to self
production.
And
self
production
leads
development with high economical stability.
ultimate
Conclusion

Improvement in Quality of Technical Education promotes
income growth and leads to increase in GDP per capita.

It contributes to labour productivity, entrepreneurial energy,
and quality of life.

When scientists in developing countries are inspired to define
and address local problems, they are likely to contribute to
appropriate solutions in vital areas.

An accessible higher education system offering a wide range of
quality options for study is a major achievement, in today’s
developing countries.
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