Higher Education for the 21st Century – Innovations Issues, Problems and Challenges

Dr. N. Parameshwara
Higher Education System; Innovation; Higher Learning Institution; Social Capital; Problem and Challenges
Advanced education framework assumes a critical job for the nations all in all development which incorporates mechanical, social, and financial and so on. The job of Indian higher instructive establishments, for example, schools and colleges in the current period is to manage the cost of value based training in the ground of training; research and so forth to enable youth for self-supportability. This paper incorporates the key difficulties that India is as of now looking in advanced education and also incorporates different activities taken by the administration to address those difficulties. Our imperfect world is progressing unyieldingly towards unsure future situations, and we should attempt to send it towards manageability, that is, towards another method of getting things done in direct to improve our condition while simultaneously accomplishing equity, social equity and financial solidness. Anyway change is beyond the realm of imagination without learning, similarly as learning isn’t feasible without change. In the content that follows, I will investigate the requirement for another type of instruction in the present society and distinguish the particular issues and difficulties that advanced education faces. Developments in training are respected, alongside the instruction framework, inside the setting of a cultural super framework connoting their interrelations and interdependencies at all levels. Sustaining the greatness and proportion of innovations in training will certainly trouble instruction itself and bit of leeway the whole society. It will likewise investigate upset and sure of the undertakings to progress in advanced education, just as a portion of the victories. While this paper will, in no way, shape or form, bear the cost of an extreme heading for schools and colleges, it will suggest a few changes that can be executed on any grounds to show signs of improvement results and efficiencies.
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Received : 02 March 2020
Accepted : 22 December 2020
Published : 29 December 2020
DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v7.i4.2020.74018

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