SPECIAL ISSUE ON EQUITY AND QUALITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION : IN PERSPECTIVE OF NEW EDUCATION POLICY : 2016 H. G. M. ACE 4/33, 2017

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33
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ISSN: 2278-8808
Date: 30-Jul-2017

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


Dr. Geeta Shinde & Mrs. Devjani Chakravarty

IDENTIFICATION AND INCLUSION OF ALIENATED PUPIL IN CLASSROOM

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 1/3

 

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Amrita Kulthe & Dr. Chandrhas Sonpethkar

SIGNIFICANCE OF INTROSPECTION IN DEVELOPING BEST TEACHERS

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 3/5

 Introspection is psychological term. Introspection mean examine someone or observation of one’s mental and emotional process. In spiritual context it may refer to examine the soul. Teacher need to ask themselves some initial question to know about the teacher’s mental, emotional process. For a balance and effective transmission of knowledge from the teacher, introspection is help to know the teacher’s attitude towards education and student. For a balance and effective transmission of knowledge from the teacher, introspection is help to know the teacher’s attitude towards education and student. As thus the role of Introspection in developing teachers is very vital.

Key Words: Teacher Education, Introspection, Developing Best Teachers

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Dr. Madhuri Isave & Ketaki Dani

MOOCS THROUGH E-LEARNING: AN INNOVATION IN TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 6/12

 Mooc are web-based online courses an emerging trend of study is developing .Present paper focuses on the on concept of Mooc with respect to teacher education and higher education .As mooc courses use the e-learning technique ,present paper studies e-learning & it’s implications with respect to moocs. Conclusion says that moocs emerging trends which makes use of e-learning & social media are very helpful to develop knowledge  gaining and sharing society. Present paper gives a detailed information about moocs.

Keywords: Moocs, e-learning, innovations, Teacher Education, Higher Education 

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Prachi Surywanshi & Archana Dnyanoba Adsule

RULES TO BECOME AN EFFECTIVE TEACHER

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 13/15

 

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Madhuri Atul Gunjal

EDUCATION AND DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND – IN THE LIGHT OF DRAFT DOCUMENT OF NEP 2016

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 16/25

 Education is the most important element for the growth and prosperity of a nation. We are in the process of transforming itself into a developed nation by 2020.Youth plays a vital role in the formation of a country. The power of youth is believed to be one of the most important assets in the economic growth and prosperity of a country. This becomes even more significant when viewed in the context of a fast ageing population in the developed nations. By 2020 an average Indian expected to be only 29 years old against 37 years in China, 45 years in Europe and 48 years in Japan. This is the Demographic dividend that we need to harness. In order to reap the benefits of the demographic dividend, appropriate policies and institutions need to be in place. This paperpresents an essay about the factors affecting demographic dividend, states the relation between Education and Demographic Dividend and discusses the challenges to education as per the inputs for draft of NEP 2016.

Keywords – Education, Demographic Dividend, Draft Document of National Education Policy 2016

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http://indianexpress.com/article/education/take-risks-innovate-create-make-a-difference-president-to-students/ retrieved on 7Dec. 2016. Thakur,Vasundhra. (2012) The Demographic Dividend in India: Gift or curse? A State level analysis on differing age structure and its implications for India’s economic growth prospects, Development Studies Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London.

Zainab H. Pardawala & Dr. C. D. Sonpethkar

SIGNIFICANCE OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR DEVELOPING TEACHER

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 26/31

 Communication is a process of exchanging verbal and non verbal messages. It is a continuous process. Pre-requisite of communication is a message. This message must be conveyed through some medium to the recipient. It is essential that this message must be understood by the recipient in same terms as intended by the sender. The art of communication involves listening and speaking as well as reading and writing. Teachers need to be highly skilled in all these areas to excel in their profession.

Keywords: Communication skill, Developing Teacher 

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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov educationgy.org www.communicationskillsworld.com

Prof. Namita S. Sahare

IMPACT OF LANGUAGES STUDIES ON CULTURAL INTEGRATION OF INDIAN SOCIETY

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 32/36

Education plays an important role in a country’s culture and country’s development process. The Indian culture, often labeled as an amalgamation of several cultures, spans across the Indian subcontinent and has been influenced by a history. In the past two decades.India achieved sustained high growth and has made progress on all fronts despite a population of over 1 billion. India is in now the midst of a historic transformation. This paper offer a brief look at some of the concepts and processes associated with the role of languages in cultural integration. 

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Rao, S.I.V. (2007). Indian experience of mass literacy campaigns: Lessons and challenges. In Report of the International Workshop on Mass Literacy Campaign as a strategy for achieving the EFA and MDGs on education in Nigeria (pp. 39-58). Abuja: UNESCO. Robinson, C. (2007). Issues of multilingualism in adult literacy. In Report of the International Workshop on Mass Literacy Campaign as a strategy for achieving the EFA and MDGs on education in Nigeria (pp. 59-73). Abuja: UNESCO. http://www.popline.org/node

Dr. Pornima Ganesh Kadam

REVIEW OF NATIONAL POLICY ON EDUCTION 2016 WITH REFERENCE TO EQUITY AND QUALITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 37/48

“Padhega India tabhi to Badhega India”

It is an established fact that an education system built on the premises of quality and equity is central to sustainable success in the emerging knowledge economy. Education is a powerful tool for preparing our citizens in the knowledge society. The 2016 National Policy on Education, which is being formulated nearly three decades since the last Policy, recognizes the criticality of Education as the most important vehicle for social, economic and political transformation. It reiterates the role of education in inculcating values, and to provide skills and competencies for the citizens, and in enabling him to contribute to the nation’s well-being; strengthens democracy by empowering citizens; acts as an integrative force in society, and fosters social cohesion and national identity. One cannot over -emphasize the role of Education as the key catalyst for promoting socio-economic mobility in building an equitable and just society. In this particular paper the writer has tried to review the report of the committee for evolution of new education policy. The main focus is to review the report in terms of promotion of equity and quality in higher education.  

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mhrd.gov.in/rusa mhrd.gov.in/sites/upload_files/mhrd/files/upload_document/RUSA_final090913.pd National Policy on Educatio 2016, Report of the Committee for Evolution of the New Education Policy, Report submitted to Ministry of Human Resource Development New Education Policy | Government of India, Ministry of ... - MHRDmhrd.gov.in/nep-new

Dr. Geeta Satish Raut

EQUITY & QUALITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION: IN PERSPECTIVE OF NEW EDUCATION POLICY 2016INTEGRATING SKILL DEVELOPMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 49/52

The mission of higher education is to serve the society through its work of research, courses of study and training. New National Policy 2016 on higher education is focusing on to make a key contribution to opening up and highlighting new paths to a better future for society.The individual skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development for any country.Skills development and vocational training enhances a Nation\'s competitiveness in the global economy. India has the world\'s third largest education system and more than 50% of India\'s population is below the age of 25 years, so it is necessary to focus on youth of the country. Skills can be divided in to hard skills and soft skills. There are skills like critical thinking, problem solving, research skills, communication skills, presenting, ICT, literacy media, internet literacy and technical skills.

Keywords:-Vocational training, global economy, soft skills, internet literacy, technical skills 

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Dr. Kaluram Nathu Bhise

DEVELOPING THE BEST TEACHERS

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 53/56

 

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Dr. Ujjwala Lonkar

DURUSTH SHIKSHAN : KALACHI GARAJ

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 57/61

 

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Mr. Shinde Santosh Jagannath

OPPORTUNITIES FOR TECHNOLOGY ENABLED LEARNING (USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LABORATORY)

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 62/69

 

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Prof. Gorde Bharat Jayram

UTKRUSHT BHUGOL SHIKSHAKANSATHI AAVSHYAK ADHYAPAN PADHATI - SHETRABHET V PRADESHIK PADHATI

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 70/75

 

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Sau. Kavita Pradip Tote & Dr. shobha Kagade

SHIKSHKANCHYA UTTAM VIKASATHI MANSHAKTI KENDRACHYA KARYACHA ABHYAS

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 76/83

 

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Prof. Mumtaz Shaikh & Miss. Shaikh Bushra Vazir Ahmed

IMPROVING GOVERNANCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 84/89

This paper tries to analyses Improving Governance In Higher Education.Globally, the rules and regulations of higher education are for the betterment of economies and social uplift. The objective of this study is based on improvement of governance in higher education. Emerging topical areas in this line of research mainly included five categories(1) Development of Higher Education (2) Governance in higher education (3) Threats in higher education (4) Implication for governance (5) improving governance in higher education.This paper discusses this trend of research on the governance and their contribution towards higher education.

Keywords: Governance, Higher education, improvement, Changes,Universities and Colleges.

 

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Yousif Khorsheed Saeed

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ROLE OF A TEACHER

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 90/98

This paper discusses the role of a teacher: At the onset let us understand that a teacher is one who passes on knowledge and assists learners in acquiring knowledge.

A Teacher must know well about:

  • Child Psychology
  • educational psychology
  • Their duties and obligations
  • Behavioural aspects.
  • Methods and techniques of teaching/learning.
  • They must have up-to-date knowledge of the subjects he is teaching.
A good teacher is the one who: is a master in the subjects to be taught, always thinks to improve the teaching techniques, always tries to improve quality of  students (quality results), regards \'needs assessments\' to help students meet their academic and learning requirements.In the words of Susan Sheldon, USA, “A good teacher never forgets what it is like to be a learner - vulnerable, anxious and dependent! Remembering this, a good teacher looks at a student and sees "only the soul of a human being". A student is a teacher\'s equal - both leading each other to grow in knowledge, both learning about \'self\' and not playing a power struggle for today, both smiling in satisfaction for a job well done!”https://www.unicef.org/teachers/teacher/teacher.htmA teacher\'s professional duties may extend beyond formal teaching. Outside of the classroom teachers may accompany students on field trips, supervise study halls, help with the organization of school functions, and serve as supervisors for extracurricular activities. In some education systems, teachers may have responsibility for student discipline.Around the world teachers are often required to obtain specialized education, knowledge, codes of ethics and internal monitoring. 

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Johnson Honorene

DEVELOPING A GOODTEACHER-A 3 DIMENSIONAL VIEW

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 99/106

A good teacher is more than just an educator, it’s just not training or qualification that builds up a good teacher its many more factors and characteristics.

These characteristics that make a teacher good are complex and extensive. As teacher, I want to know what students parents and teachers believe is a good teacher. In this study, 6th standard students, parents and teachers of an English medium

ICSE school answered the questionnaire “Developing a good teacher” in the form of an open- ended questionnaire.The results of this questionnaire were compiled into a rating scale of importance, which the students then completed. This study found that students identified personality characteristics such ashelpful” and “kind” while teachers identified relational and ability qualities such as “flexible” and “caring” when describing a good teacher. This suggests that there are differences between student, parent and teacher beliefs. When presented with characteristics students identified ability,

personality and relational characteristics as important, which suggests what makes a goodteacher truly is complex. 

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Sharvari B Mane

DISTANCE LEARNING AS INTEGRATION

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 107/110

 This conceptual paper deals with the theme of ODL (Open and Distance learning) as an instrument for integration. Integration of the very important asset that the world has today that is ‘Humans’. Open and distance learning will bring about benefit to society, nations and eventually the world. It would higher the literacy rate to a great extent. Education, knowledge and learning in any form brings development and progress. It gives an equal opportunity to all people to attain knowledge, convert it to wisdom and utilize it to enhance their talents or become independent and self-sufficient.The following are the reasons that suggest that Open or distance education is a means of integration.Studying by distance learning has the benefit of allowing you to develop your career without having to leave employment. It also means that you can apply new knowledge and insights to your working life while you are still studying, with many students choosing to tackle work-related topics in their dissertations.Distance learning isn\\\\\\\'t just about career progression. It can also be to deepen your knowledge of a favourite subject or simply for the pure enjoyment of learning.Self-study is central to any distance learning course. However, should you need it, support is always available from your tutors at the University.

 

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Prof. Nilofar Patel

IMPORTANCE OF DISCUSSION METHOD IN DEVELOPING BEST TEACHER

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 111/114

Discussion methods are forums for open-ended, collaborative exchange of ideas among a teacher and students or among students for the purpose of furthering students thinking, learning, problem solving, understanding, or literary appreciation. . There are different forms of discussion that can be used in the classroom. Two major types of discussions which are formal and informal. Small group discussions are better than a whole class discussion. It encourages more pupils to give their own views through open participation. 

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Dr. P. A. Jagtap

PROMOTING OPEN AND DISTANCE LERNING

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 115/118

 

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Suresh G. Isave

THE E-SKILLS MANIFESTO AND EQUITY AND QUALITY OF ICT EDUCATION!

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 131/135

 

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Prof. Dnyaneshwar Bhaskar Darade

EFFECTIVENESS OF GREAT TEACHER ACTIVITY (GTA) ON GREAT TEACHER CHARACTERISTICS OF TEACHER EDUCATORS OF ASHOKA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 136/141

 

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Ubhale Motilal Sukhadev

UCHHA SHIKSHNATIL VIDYARTHYANCHI GUNAVATTA

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 142/144

 

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Prof. Rajshree Rathod

RECENT TRENDS IN HIGHER EDUCATION-EDUCATION THROUGH ONLINE COURSES

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 145/149

The effectiveness of online learning has been a contentious issue. Academic leaders in higher education institutions with online course offerings have consistently maintained a more positive view of the effectiveness of online education than those of institutions with no online course offerings. This reveals that there are positive correlations between exposure to and a positive view of online education. Academic leaders expect that online education will compensate for a decrease in traditional course offerings by saving costs and improving the effectiveness of learning. However, in many universities, implementation and initiation of online education is still in experimental stages, such as combining the new ideas and advanced educational technologies of online education with existing methods. Therefore, identifying current trends and issues of online learning and shaping the future of online education is of importance to senior administrators as well as faculty members.  This paper discusses about education through online and aims to focus on different aspects of online education trough a review of literature. 

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Dr. Rekha Pathak & Mrs. Madhuri Sheth

ISSUES FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN EDUCATION

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 150/155

\"\"Research word itself means trying to do something out of the box which is having quality and uniqueness. If such innovative research occurs, it will add some significant body of knowledge.  If such research is promoted in education, it will prove to be beneficial for society. Innovative research can contribute to quality education for all while promoting a more equal and effective education system. In current competitive world, just having knowledge and understanding about facts and information is not enough to make long productive career. Instead person should show some uniqueness in their way of work to become succeed in their profession. Here research actually makes differences. Research provides base for innovations and help educators to understand what works better and why. Research gives birth to innovative teaching strategies and learning experiences. This paper focuses on how research in significant in field of education and what are different ways by which research and innovation can be promoted in educational institutions. Certain issues like quality, accountability, budget, etc.are discussed in this paper which many colleges and universities are facing today for promoting research. There is a need to foster experiments in the design of new educational programme. It is very important to replace the old academic activities with a new based on research followed by finding out the effects of these new activities on learning, innovation, and academic achievement.

Keywords: Innovative in education, educational research, issue in innovative research 

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Dr. Madhuri Isave & Ketaki Dani

LANGUAGE A MEDIUM TO PROMOTE CULTURAL INTEGRATION.

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 156/162

E-content is the base of e-learning software’s. Good quality e-content makes e-learning successful. Developing quality e-content is the teacher’s role. Present paper focuses on the concept of e-content development. It explains the nature of e-content. Paper explains the process of e-content development. Present paper elaborates the role of the teacher in the e-content development. Present paper gives information about instructional designs of CAI program .It states principles of e-content development and qualities of good e-content. Conclusion says that the teacher can make a good quality e-contents

Keywords: E-content development, e-learning, instructional material, pedagogical analysis, instructional designs. 

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Qusai Khalid Abdalhameed

LANGUAGE A MEDIUM TO PROMOTE CULTURAL INTEGRATION.

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 163/167

India is a land of varied cultures, languages and people. We get to meet a variety of cultures in one classroom. Language can be a medium in which cultures could mix together. All can live amicably and peacefully if language unites them and combines them together. The important thing aboutintegration is that the individual cultures, and members of cultural communities, are welcomed and accepted for what they are. There is respect for the practices, beliefs and values of that culture.   

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Amruta Deshpande

DETERMINATION OF GENDER AND SOCIAL GAPS WITH HELP OF CREATIVITY

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 168/171

Social and gender gap are eternal difference among students. These gaps can be bridged with various ways and means. Creativity helps bridging the gaps in knowledge and activities as defined by Torance. Creativity among the students can be determined by various tools and techniques. Guilford enumerated aspect of creativity viz fluency, flexibility, originality, sensitivity to problems, redefinition and elaboration but BakqerMehdis test of creativity describe three aspects viz fluency, flexibility and originality. In the present research study fluency and flexibility aspect of creativity are used to determine creativity among the students.Social gap is found in terms of rural and urban society. Gender gap is determined by finding creativity score. By reducing all types of burden on students creativity will be developed. 

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Prof. Rashi Dubey Mishra

RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IMPORTANT ASPECT OF THENATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 172/177


The quality of Education system has fallen due to mismanagement and insufficient focus.Even though access to education has increased but its essential to improve the quality.The country needs to invest on its strength that is the children for a better future of our citizens and nation as a whole.Various Policies on education were introduced to improve the education standards of our country.According to the Ministry of Human Resource Development’s (MHRD’s) Input report, the draft of the New Education Policy of 2016 will aim to address these key areas of concern with respect to the Indian education sector which are access and participation, quality, equity, system efficiency, governance and management, research and development and financial commitment to education development. Research and development initiatives in universities in India remain weak. There has been only a limited initiative for upgrading the skills of existing faculty; build synergies between teaching and research to promote excellence in both,promoting internationalisation by encouraging and supporting higher education institutions and their faculty to engage more deeply with institutions and faculty around the world to improve quality of research; creating and facilitating alliances for research, and linking university departments with research institutions and industry to accelerate the process of knowledge development.

Keywords- Innovation, Research, Internationalisation 

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Suvarna .G. Shikare

DEVELOPING BEST TEACHER FOR ENGLISH (SUGGESTOPEDIA-A METHOD OF TEACHING OF ENGLISH)

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 178/180

 

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Ms. Bhavana M Mutha

PROMOTING OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING (ODL) AND ONLINE COURSES

May-Jun,2017, Vol - 4/33, Page - 181/186

 

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