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

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Internationalization of India’s Higher Education: Strategic Implications

Samuel Paul*

‘Internationalization’ is not a totally unknown phenomenon in higher education in India and other developing countries. Students have, for many decades, gone abroad for higher studies and professionals have gone out to teach or do research. Foreign faculties have come to our shores for teaching and managing institutions. Foreign books and journals have been an indispensable source of knowledge for our university students and teachers. Thus, teaching and learning, research and institution building have all been influenced by some form of internationalization or other. What is new, however, is the much larger scale of such activities and inputs today, and the ...

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