Relevance of the topic chosen due to the fact that globalization, today, is an important issue that has impacted education . In all developed countries, there are similar trends in higher education, so part-overdue changes in Azerbaijan objectively coincide with the recommendations of the Bologna Declaration. Problems stimulating Bologna process, in many ways typical for Azerbaijan. It is also obvious that the self-isolation from the world educational space can have negative consequences for any of the national education system. In this connection it should combine efforts to promote education, while preserving national traditions and achievements.
1. INTRODUCTION It is well known that education plays a very important role in every segment of human life and work, so educational institutions are under the constant influence of complex changes occurring in the local and global environment. Higher education institutions (HEIs) are expected to play a central role in resolving the challenges of the 21st century because they are crucial for the development of a knowledge-based economy and the advancement of the society as a whole (Radošević et al, 2011). Unfortunately, the challenge faced by today 's educators seems to be somewhat impossible. They must provide educational services that meet growing global social and business requirements, with a reduction in funding and support.
Our country has a long history of immigration of which is an important piece of our diverse backgrounds. The US has been referred to by many as a “melting pot” because of this. However, illegal immigration is harming our nation and economy. It is critical that we find a way to stop illegal immigration. Our current immigration policy is causing problems and has loopholes.
We live in a global world and an increasingly competitive environment. Highlighted by the world conference of higher education held by the UNISCO, the modern university is facing substantial change as a result of two central trends in external environment. These trends are “acceleration in the pace of change itself and the globalization of the economy and of technology” (UNISCO, 1998, p.11) causing challenge for higher education institutes. The challenges facing higher education include internal and external factors. From one side, internal factors are 1) the “tensions between research and teaching structures” (Felt and Glanz 2002, p.18), 2) the inability of dealing with the growth of number of students entering higher education institutes
The present paper makes an attempt to study the current scenario of FDI in education sector highlighting the positive and negative impacts of it on the society and economy as a whole. The research approach is exploratory in nature. This paper has major implications for educationists who intend to reap the benefits of FDI as well as Government who need to frame suitable policies. The education sector in India is divided into two sub segments; the key segment comprises of schools and higher education, while the other segment comprises of coaching classes, pre- schools and vocational trainings. The Government of India has recently ignited reforms by opening up certain sectors to foreign investment, which would ideally result in increased economic growth and employment generation.
Toward this end, the “Mysore Statement” from the Association of Indian Universities was adopted in 2001 (Mitra, 2010). This agreement addresses several facets of internationalization. The issues covered range from the understanding that increased international cooperation will become a more pressing necessity in the future to an agreed-upon indication that this cooperation with other higher education institutions will only serve to increase the quality of teaching, learning, and research, and also that international cooperation cannot be an act undertaken by only India’s universities because governmental support will also be necessary to ensure good working relationships and adequate resources (Knight, 2006; Mitra, 2010). While the objective of India’s institutions toward greater internationalization is clear, so too is the need for policy-level governmental supports to bring this change to
It helps both the socio economic and also technological development of the country. Still it faces certain kind of challenges and issues in its way of further development, which may become hurdles in its way of expansion. This work is going through the major challenges facing by the Indiab telecom industry today. The information collected from various journals and publications of the ministry of telecommunication and also the data published by the Telecom Authority Regulatory of India. OBJECTIVES • To understand the Indian telecommunication industry and its major developments.
When I move to United Kingdom to pursue my academic career, it’s a very hard for me to adjust according to the local culture. It put efforts to remain patient and focused because it is always evitable that you go through a very emotional and tough time period (ANSA PUSCA 2007). There are multiple factors (JAMES RAJASEKAR & FRANCK RENAND 2013) which contribute to this phenomenon and each factor puts a different impact mentally. It is very common to experience a cultural shock when you move to other countries such as United Kingdom. To study in the United Kingdom there are uncountable culture shock problems faced by the international students.
Pioneering the Ideas of advanced teaching- learning process and its impact of it on the present higher education system. * M.Arularasu ** Pruthviraj. V Abstract Modern teaching and learning pedagogies are the best way to enhance higher education system. The recent changes, challenges and their impact on Indian higher education system have resulted in greater change by witnessing the quality performance of education system. Higher education significantly determines the overall development of an individual in all domains.
The objectives of an Indian university during pre-Independence period had been to archive knowledge. In post - Independence India, the libraries have aimed at dissemination of information for lifelong learning and incessant search for new knowledge. Well-established libraries with all round and up-to-date collections suitable for learning and research are necessary for higher education system, as they have proved to be significant partners in the development of scholarship throughout the