There have been rounds of talk about according autonomy to Higher Educational Institutions in India. The issue is significant from various aspects, starting from (1) achieving excellence, to (2) independence in revising the syllabus, (3) creating job oriented courses, (4) promoting researches, and (5) ensuring better funding prospects for researches by collaborating with the corporate sector. However, in-spite of the talks, the ground reality is far far away from what is being perceived. To get a holistic understanding of the scenario, go through the below given articles.
- INSTITUTIONAL AUTONOMY IN INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM
- Why have we failed to create institutes of excellence, like in West?
- AUTONOMY IN HIGHER EDUCATION: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES
- Higher education needs autonomy for excellence, not more regulation
- CABE Committe Report on Autonomy of Higher Education Institutions
- Report of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) Committee On Autonomy of Higher Education Institutions
- Autonomy in Higher Education – Private Colleges Must Lead
- Targeting VCs