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IIM Ahmedabad, The Most Preferred Institution for executive education

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IIM Ahmedabad which was established in 1961 has now become the most preferred institution for the executive education. With the ranking of financial times, IIMA ranked 57thin the world and jumped 6 places above the last year. IIM director Errol D’Souza has given this information.

Financial Times ranked IIM Ahmedabad 57thin the world

In IIMA, every year round about 6000 companies come for professional training and more than 400 programs in different areas of management, such as finance, marketing, strategies, leadership run successfully. The institution was established with the aim of preparing the Trends Management Practitioner, who can lead and manage the Indian Industry. Till now, the institute has trained over 15,000 graduates and more than 30,000 people in different areas of management, such as finance, marketing, strategies, leadership.

Executive education

Executive Education Institute is a balanced amalgamation of academic and industry experts. It is themost expansive management programmes in India, with a portfolio of over 200 programmes. This programme main focus is to assist the development of outstanding leaders and reflect in academics. It comprises ofmultiple comprehensive programmes that are tailored with the needs and help to emphasise personal and professional growth.

In executive education programme each programme is designed in such a way that it address the distinct needs of specific executives at various points of the career and it will also help them to brush up their skills and progress in the long run . Every kind of person whether the entrepreneur, a General Manager or a CEO, these programmes with its distinctive faculty help in the growth which will act as an asset in the organisation.

Executives attending a total of 21 days in one or more programmes are eligible to become a member of the IIMA Alumni Association – an elite group of influential individuals worldwide- that will help to add vision and leadership.

The Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad in past was ranked as the best management school in the country. In 2016, ranked IIM-A which has a rich legacy as an institution of excellence, was ranked as the second best by the NIRF. In 2017, the institute regained its top spot as the best B-school and it seems that 2018 ranking has cemented its position as the best IIM.

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DUTA Continues its Evaluation Boycott even after a month

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Delhi University Teachers Association, DUTA has decided to continue the Evaluation Boycott by adopting resolutions in favour of boycott by majority. DUTA has categorically demanded that the UGC’s Roster Notification of 5th March must be put in abeyance to ensure that no working ad-hoc or temporary teacher is displaced in the new academic session.

DUTA has been boycotting the evaluation for a month now to protest the new faculty reservation mechanism in universities and a host of other issues. In a General Body Meeting, the DUTA decided to continue its evaluation boycott by adopting a resolution, the teachers’ body said.

Meanwhile, the university again appealed to the teachers to end their evaluation boycott in the larger interest of students. This is the third time in two weeks that the varsity has issued such an appeal to the teachers

It has also demanded the immediate notification of revised allowances for teachers and workers as per 7 CPC. On other pending issues related to the counting of past services for promotions and absorption/regularization of all ad-hock and temporary teachers, DUTA has demanded urgent meetings with the VC that he has evaded so far. The MHRD and DU Administration have connived to prolong the suffering and anguish of teachers and attack the foundations of public-funded higher education.

 

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Private Sector to Fund and Aid in boosting Higher Education in India

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Higher Education in India might receive a significant monetary boost as the government is planning to rope in private companies and high-net individuals (HNIs) to finance and promote higher education across the country. The ministry of human resource development has prepared a draft of the plan and will present it before the Union cabinet for consideration.

Two government officials have stated the plan will be implemented through the higher education funding agency (HEFA), a non-banking financial company, under the human resource ministry.

Roping in HNIs and private companies might lead to improvements in higher education in India, and government officials seemed optimistic. “Bringing in industries or industrialists or high net-worth individuals for HEFA equity will have three benefits. One, structured and clean private funding. Two, outside experience of managing higher education funding. And three, curb chances of manipulation at the institutional level,” a government official told Live Mint.

In February 2018, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that the education sector was a priority for the Indian government.

Why does this matter

In 2014,reports says that a mere 10% of students have access to higher education in the country. The article cited a report by a development economist Abusaleh Shariff, and mentioned that residents of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal have the worst access to higher education.

Report details that lax quality and a lack of accountability and widespread innovation is what ails higher education in India. Indian higher education seems to be suffering from a two-fold problem of quality and quantity. The Indian government seems to think that privatizing education is the only solution. However, along with private investment, the government also should look to invest more in education. India’s spending on education is much lower than that of other countries.

Perhaps some degree of privatization is the only way out for better higher education in India. However, along with adequate funds, the government must ensure the funds are being allocated to improve the quality of teaching offered to Indian students, thereby, improving accountability of the system.

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AKTU gets approved by AICTE to run design courses at UG and PG level

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AICTE has granted the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) to have design courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels from this academic session.

Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) which was known as uttar Pradesh technical university,is a public collegiate university in lucknow in the Indian state of UP. It was first established as the uttar Pradesh technical university through the government of uttar Pradesh. Their main aim was to reduce workload and to ensure proper management. After that the university was bifurcated into separate universities, Gautam Buddha Technical University and Mahamaya Technical University. This university is also affiliated to approximately 800 colleges.

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AICTE i.e. the all India council for technical education has granted the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) to design the courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels from academic session. It has now became the first university in the country to have the Bachelor of Design (B.Des) and Master of Design (M.Des) courses. “The university has received the AICTE’s approval to run specialised post-graduate courses in Lucknow,” said university vice chancellor Vinay Kumar Pathak.Classes for B.Des and M.Des courses will be conducted at the UP Institute of Design in Noida, which was established last year. The B.Des course will take 40 students a year and the M.Des course will take 18, said institute official Virendra Pathak. On this way, the AICTE has also approved three specialised courses – M Tech in Computer Science and Engineering, M Tech in Nano Technology and M Tech in Mechatronics – at Lucknow’s Centre for Advance Studies. All the three courses have an intake of 18 each student.

Students who are pursuing post-graduate courses will also get a monthly scholarship of Rs 12,500 from the government. The GATE score sheet will be used for according admission in these courses.

 

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