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Growth And Development Of Higher Education In An Era Of Globalization


Keyword : Growth, Development, Marketization, Higher Education, Globalization
Author(s) : Dr. V. Suresh And Dr. K. Ramesh

Abstract :   Education Exercises A Decisive Influence On Social And Economic Development. It Not Only Enhances The Productive Capacity The Individual But Also Plays A Crucial Role In Ensuring A Fair And Equitable Distribution Of Wealth Generated In The Country. By Offering Opportunities For Vertical And Horizontal Mobility, It Enables Individual To Attain The Optimum Development Of His Or Her Personality. It Also Helps In Producing An Enlightened Citizenry, So Vital For The Success Of Democratic Polity That This Country Has Adopted For Her. The New Economic Policy Launched In Early Nineties Is Based On A Regime Of Liberalization, Decontrol, Decentralization And Foreign Equity Participation. It Has Led To Serious Thinking Almost The Role Of Government In Firming And Administration Of Education As Well As Higher Education. The Key Discussion Of This Paper Is That Higher Education In India Is Being De Facto Privatized On A Massive Scale. But This Privatization Is Not A Result Of Changing Ideological Commitments Of The Key Actors; The State, The Judiciary Or India‚Äôs Propertied Classes. Rather, This Privatization Has Resulted From A Breakdown Of The State System. As A Result, It Is A Form Of Privatization Has Whose Ideological And Institutional Underpinnings Remain Very Weak. Instead Of Being Part Of Comprehensive Program Of Education Reform, Much Of The Private Initiative Remains Hostage To The Discretionary Actions Of The State.

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