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Suggestive Measures for Attainting Excellence through Higher Education

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Department of Physics, Andhra Loyola College, Vijayawada-520008, A.P. INDIA

Res. J.Educational Sci., Volume 1, Issue (7), Pages 1-3, November,1 (2013)


The system of Indian higher education is the second largest in the world. It caters the educational needs of millions of students belonging to different socio - economic strata of the society and provides leadership in different walks of life. In order to achieve the basic aim of higher education, there exists a strong need to bring out the best from the individualís personality. This great purpose requires selection of appropriate courses which should always be in consonance with the interest and hidden potentialities of the students. It is quite obvious that students are the prime stakeholders in any system of higher education. Quality is the end product of responsiveness to their educational and professional needs and also to the need of personal development which has been the primary concern of the traditional systems of education in the country. Student aspirations and goals change in a fast changing world. That system of higher education, which is ready to honour them and shape its curricular and administrative performance, accordingly is alone relevant. It can make student stakeholders partners in planning and governance rather than keeping them as docile recipient of that which is imposed on them without sensitivity to their changing needs and aspirations.


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