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Globalization and Higher Education in India by M. Bhaskaran Nair, K. N. Panikkar

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Globalization of Higher Education: Implications for India

R. Srinivasan

The growth of Indian higher education in the last two decades has been phenomenal in terms of enrolment ratio and number of institutions. The growth is largely attributed to the faster growth of private institutions consequent to the slower growth of public- funded institutions. The emergence of ‘for-profit’ educational institutions signifies the conception that education is a tradable service and that the main aim of education is to impart employable skills.

Economic globalization refers to the well-integrated national economies, through unrestricted trade in goods and services, and capital flows regulated by global institutions. The technological development in transport ...

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