Low attainment levels are presenting universities with big challenges.
Having a set curriculum for academic courses is leading to poor learning outcomes in students, as students’ needs aren’t being catered to.
Australian universities should explore ways of working with Indian institutions.
Australia will face stiff competition from other countries, such as the US and UK, so it must have a clear strategy for how to deepen its engagement with India’s higher education sector.
By 2020, India will need 40 million university places.
In five years’ time, India will have the largest tertiary-age population in the world. But supply is unlikely to be able to meet demand. This provides a good opportunity for Australia.
India is being urged to reverse a policy that doesn’t allow foreign universities to open up a campus.
A new report offers recommendations for how to best reform the education system in India.
Protests in Bangalore after the suicide of student Rohith Vemula.
Discrimination is rife – and at the very highest levels.
Over the next 10 years, there is forecast to be 14 million more students studying in India.
India has invested hugely in to reforming its higher education sector – Australia must view this as an opportunity to capitalise on this growth through partnerships and training schemes.
Students graduating from the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, University of Law in Hyderabad.
India has learned valuable lessons about language and bodies of knowledge that could be applied in South Africa’s universities.
Women are kept low on the leadership ladder.
While women are increasingly entering the global academy as undergraduate students, they are having less success in securing leadership roles in higher education. This is a recurring problem in countries…
Is India’s Higher Education sector capable of serving its burgeoning youth population?
How can the Indian government improve the quality of education at the majority of the country’s universities, colleges and institutes? This is more than a question for questioning’s sake: it’s of vital…