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University-Industry Congress: 4th Global Higher Education Summit
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  • The financial meltdown started in 2008 could have been averted had there been proper systems to detect risks and take strong corrective measures in time, said Prof Robert S Kaplan, Marvin, Bower Professor of Leadership  Development, Emeritus, Harvard Business School.
     
  • While addressing the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 in New Delhi on the theme “Importance of Having Professional Schools be Actively Engaged with Leading Practitioners in their Field,” Prof Kaplan said risk taking is important to gain competitive edge in Industry and at the same time, stronger should be the risk management system to address the eventualities.
     
  • Responding to a point raised by the audience that it was the academia that evolved complex financial instruments that triggered the meltdown, Prof Kaplan conceded that such instruments created havoc in the system.  The regulatory system was inadequate to detect and address the meltdown syndrome.
     
  • Referring to the works he has done in the field of healthcare along with another management legend Michael Porter, the Harvard Professor recalled the long hours of time they spent with medical practitioners, clinical analysts  and others connected with the industry to understand the operation of medical insurance and how it worked in real world. “The bizarre way in which the system operated was an eye opener to me. I have come across with surgeons with great repute performing 4 or 5 surgeries in a year. The compensation that they received is the same whether they didfive  or 500 operations,” he said, adding that such systems denied good medical facilities to a large number of people. 
     
  • Responding to a question from the floor as to what would be the impact of the Obamacare, the Harvard Professor said that the President is advocating more access to affordable healthcare for everyone with an insurance cover. The new healthcare system, which also cover primary healthcare would be a substantial improvement over the earlier one.
     
  • Prof Kaplan also cautioned against the faculty misusing the under graduates for their personal gains. While industry sponsored research programs are important, research works should not compromise on objectivity and should be done with a zeal for finding solutions and not vitiated by hidden commercial interests. There are role models of sponsored research programs taking place in the US, particularly in the MIT and California University. Big corporations like Googles, Microsoft, Apple etc. have their offices closer to university campuses and employ a large number of under graduates.
     
  • Prof Kaplan also stressed that using statistics as an overriding tool for research, sometime could lead to erroneous results. Statistics tooling and application of business models should be accompanied with personal meetings and close interactions with stakeholders.
     
  • Mentioning that there has been considerable consultations among academia and engineers for developing and value adding to the technology, Prof Kaplan said that such consultations was absent in the case of financial accounting. “That could have been one of the reasons for the financial debacle triggered by the meltdown. He hoped that the emerging financial architecture would take care of these paradigms in a more effective manner,” he added.
  • The “ASHE – Annual Status of Higher Education in States and UTs 2012” report joint brought out by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and  Planning Commission and prepared by Eduvisors was released at the “AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress & 4th Global Higher Education Summit” on Friday.
     
  • Billed as the first attempt to critically evaluate and map the demand and supply side of higher education in India with more focus on industry perspective, the report provides data, facts and figures that would help stakeholders move away from supply-centric planning and focus on a more holistic approach that considers both supply and demand perspectives. 
     
  • The comprehensive report gives incisive insights into socio-demographic data, university and university level institutions, key higher education indicators, growth in higher education institutes and student enrolment, industry, employment scenario and current Initiatives and key challenges.
     
  • This report aims to be used by several stakeholders – Central and State agencies, State and local officials, business leaders, scholars and researchers and the general public – to formulate programs, apportion resources, monitor services, research issues and make informed decision.  “The key intent is to provide various stakeholders a system-level picture that will help them with a variety of aspects leading to decisions towards achieving improved expansion, equity and excellence in the respective State/ UT, says Mr Vijay Shukla, Managing Partner, Eduvisors.
     
  • Specially on the role of private sector in higher education, ASHE 2012 report says that the private participation in the education sector should of quality and of great intent. Taking cue from the success of private involvement in education in the 11th Plan, the report says that private sector should be encouraged to establish larger and higher quality institutions in the 12th Plan. It has been proposed to re-examine the ‘not-for-profit’ status in higher education, so as to allow the entry of for-profit institutions in select areas, with the necessary vision to ensure quality and equity.
  • Innovative methods to infuse more private capital in the higher education sector without changing its ‘non-for-profit’ status will also be evaluated. To provide private institutions access to long-term and low-interest rate debt,  ‘infrastructure’ status should be given  to higher education.“All types of institutions of higher education to be established under section 25 of the Companies Act.  Conversion of educational trusts and societies to Section 25 companies seamlessly should be permitted,” observes Mr Bharat Parmar, Partner, Eduvisors.
     
  • The report suggests that educational infrastructure companies should be permitted to build and lease physical facilities to academic institutions with lease revenues subject to the same tax treatment as housing finance companies. Educational trusts, societies and companies should be allowed to raise funds from the capital market by issuing bonds and shares without changing their tax status. FCRA provisions for investments should be relaxed to allow  NRIs to invest  in not-for-profit education. Education companies should be allowed tax exemptions in line with those enjoyed by IT companies.In addition, support to private institutes should be given by the government in the following three ways:  

·         Access to public student financial aid would be extended to accredited private institutions

·        Private institutions would also have access to research funding on an equal footing with public institutions

·        Private institutions would benefit from various long-term quality enhancement efforts including enhanced use of technology and faculty development initiatives that are taken up during the Twelfth Plan.

·       New models of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in higher education will also be encouraged during the Twelfth Five Year Plan, particularly in the establishment of research and innovation institutions. Based on the Eleventh Plan experience of setting up Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and polytechnics in PPP mode, a framework will be put in place to encourage the spread and growth of PPP models, increase and improve resource utilization and enhance the quality of education in such institutions. 

 
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Background Note

In January 2012, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) enlarged the scope of the University-Industry Council set up in 2007 into AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress. Under this, there are various initiatives which both AICTE and CII are taking to improve academia-industry relations. About University-Industry Congress

 

As an industry organization working closely with the government and academia to address their issues and concerns, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) constituted University-Industry Congress in 2011 as a step in the direction of bridging the gap between academia and industry which is at the root of the employability problem.

 

From U-I Council to U-I Congress

 

It was in May 2007, that CII took the proactive step of providing a platform for industry to interact with universities for knowledge sharing and catalyzing several joint activities either collectively or bilaterally by forming the University-Industry Council (U-I Council). The aim of the Council was to facilitate a fruitful cooperation between the universities and industry, essential for building and strengthening the human capital of India. The University-Industry Council had representation from heads of universities-Central, State, Deemed and Open; senior members of industry; eminent educationists; education bodies such as UGC, AICTE and CII. In 2011, the U-I Council was enlarged into a University-Industry Congress. Since 2007 nine in the series of University-Industry Council Symposiums have been held in different parts of the country:-

 

1. First symposium was held in New Delhi

2. Second in Mumbai

3. Third in Puducherry, at Pondicherry University

4. Fourth in Shibpur, at BESU

5. Fifth at Nagaland University

6. Sixth in Bangalore

7. Seventh at Shivaji University in Kolhapur

8. Eighth at Jammu University

9. Ninth at Jadavpur University The aim of these symposia is to:

• Create a platform for industry-academic collaboration

• Promote creation of innovation centres to act as a bridge between universities and industry

• Provide a conducive environment for both sides to discuss their issues and concerns

• Raise awareness level about the need to interact on a proactive basis

• Make academia understand that interaction with industry goes beyond placements

 

Patches of Excellence

 

Increasing the employability of students through finishing courses and workshops has emerged as a new business vertical in recent years. There are no short-cuts to monumental problems. They require persistent effort year after year. That said, it is not as if in all these years of enlightened thinking and talk of excellence, no work has been done in the direction of forging industryacademia tie-ups.

 

When experts were busy chastising industry and academia for ignoring each others’ demands and requirements, there were both companies and institutes which were quietly doing what others were just talking about. University-Industry Congress discusses and celebrates the work of such institutes and companies. One of the key elements of University-Industry Congress is indexing of

higher education institutes on their industry linkages; by capturing success stories and best practices of such linkages and by creating a roadmap for others to follow.

 

In 2011, the scope of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress was limited to engineering institutes and engineering departments of universities in six streams, namely, Civil, Mechanical, Electronics, Computer & IT, Electrical and Chemical. Their industry linkages were captured through a survey and the feedback analysed by a high-level jury.

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Mr P Rajendran, Co-founder & COO, NIIT Ltd delivering welcome address at the inaugural session of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Jane den Hollander, Vice-Chancellor, Deakin University, Australia addressing at the inaugural session of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr Dhiraj Mathur, Executive Director, PwC, India addressing at the inaugural session of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr Bharat Wakhlu, Resident Director, Tata Group delivering Brief on Best Chemistry Teachers Awards at the inaugural session of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr Alam Rodriqes addressing at the inaugural session of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr S S Mantha, Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education at the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012
Dr Shashi Tharoor, Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Government of India addressingh the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit
Distribution of Awards by the Chief Guest Dr Shashi Tharoor, Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Government of India at the inaugural session of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr P Rajendran, Cofounder & COO, NIIT Ltd addressing at the session 1: In the "Year of Science" Launch of “Prime Minister’s Fellowship Scheme for Doctoral Research” Jointly promoted by SERB & CII of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr Deep Kapuria, Director, Global Innovation and Technology Alliance (GITA) & Chairman, Hi-Tech Group of Companies addressing session 1: In the "Year of Science" Launch of “Prime Minister’s Fellowship Scheme for Doctoral Research” Jointly promoted by SERB & CII of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr T Ramasami, Secretary, Department of Science & Technology, Government of India delivering special address at the session 1: In the "Year of Science" Launch of “Prime Minister’s Fellowship Scheme for Doctoral Research” Jointly promoted by SERB & CII of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Launch of “Prime Minister’s Joint Fellowship Scheme for Doctoral Research” by the Chief Guest Dr S Jaipal Reddy, Union Minister for Science and Technology, Government of India at the session 1: In the "Year of Science" Launch of “Prime Minister’s Fellowship Scheme for Doctoral Research” Jointly promoted by SERB & CII of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Chief Guest Dr S Jaipal Reddy, Union Minister for Science and Technology, Government of India delivering keynote address at the session 1: In the "Year of Science" Launch of “Prime Minister’s Fellowship Scheme for Doctoral Research” Jointly promoted by SERB & CII of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Moderator Prof R Natarajan, Former Director, IIT- Madras and Former Chairman, AICTE delivering opening remarks at the Panel Discussion: When Will Industry Start Investing in Research in Universities and How? Can a Sustained Mechanism for Industry-Institute collaborations be created? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof R K Shevgaonkar, Director, IIT-Delhi addressing at the Panel Discussion: When Will Industry Start Investing in Research in Universities and How? Can a Sustained Mechanism for Industry-Institute collaborations be created? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Moderator Prof R Natarajan, Former Director, IIT- Madras and Former Chairman, AICTE addressing at the Panel Discussion: When Will Industry Start Investing in Research in Universities and How? Can a Sustained Mechanism for Industry-Institute collaborations be created? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof S S Murthy, Former Secretary, Faculty Forum, IIT-Delhi addressing at the Panel Discussion: When Will Industry Start Investing in Research in Universities and How? Can a Sustained Mechanism for Industry-Institute collaborations be created? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Trevor Day, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Deakin University, Australia addressing at the Panel Discussion: When Will Industry Start Investing in Research in Universities and How? Can a Sustained Mechanism for Industry-Institute collaborations be created? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr Aloknath De, Senior VP & Chief Technology Officer, Samsung India Software Operations addressing at the Panel Discussion: When Will Industry Start Investing in Research in Universities and How? Can a Sustained Mechanism for Industry-Institute collaborations be created? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr Hiroshi Saeki, Operations Analyst-S/Asia Reg, Human Development Unit, World Bank addressing at the Panel Discussion: When Will Industry Start Investing in Research in Universities and How? Can a Sustained Mechanism for Industry-Institute collaborations be created? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof. V K Sharma, Head-Placements, Sharda Group of Institutions addressing at the Panel Discussion: When Will Industry Start Investing in Research in Universities and How? Can a Sustained Mechanism for Industry-Institute collaborations be created? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr P Rajendran, Co-founder & COO, NIIT Ltd addressing at the Panel Discussion: When Will Industry Start Investing in Research in Universities and How? Can a Sustained Mechanism for Industry-Institute collaborations be created? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Robert S Kaplan, Marvin Bower Professor of Leadership Development, Emeritus, Harvard Business School delivering key note address at the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr KP Isaac, Member Secretary, AICTE delivering opening remarks at the Session 2: Reforms in Higher Education – When will India Walk the Talk? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Varun Sahni, Professor, International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University addressing at the Session 2: Reforms in Higher Education – When will India Walk the Talk? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Gautam Biswas, Director, CSIR-Central Engineering Research Institute, Durgapur addressing at the Session 2: Reforms in Higher Education – When will India Walk the Talk? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr P V Ramana, Chairman, ITM addressing at the Session 2: Reforms in Higher Education – When will India Walk the Talk? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr Aditya Vijay Berlia, Pro-Chancellor & Co-Founder, Apeejay Stya University addressing at the Session 2: Reforms in Higher Education – When will India Walk the Talk? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr P Rajendran, Chairman, CII Higher Education Committee & COO NIIT Ltd delivering welcome remarks & brief on CII felicitations at the session 3: CII Felicitations for Outstanding Contributions to Academia and Industry of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr Lachlan Strahan, Deputy High Commissioner of Australia to India addressing at the session 3: CII Felicitations for Outstanding Contributions to Academia and Industry of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
CII Felicitation ceremony by the Chief Guest Mr Sunil Kant Munjal at the session 3: CII Felicitations for Outstanding Contributions to Academia and Industry of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Peter Hodgson, Alfred Deakin Professor, & Director, Institute for Frontier Materials, Deakin University, Australia addressing “Recipients of CII Felicitation: Contribution to Indian Academia & Industry by a Foreign Academician” at the session 3: CII Felicitations for Outstanding Contributions to Academia and Industry of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Ms Sushma Berlia, President, Apeejay Stya Group & Svrán Group and Chancellor, Appeejay Stya University addressing “Recipients of CII Felicitation: Outstanding Contribution to Academia by an Tndian Industry” at the session 3: CII Felicitations for Outstanding Contributions to Academia and Industry of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof ML Gulrajani, Professor Emeritus, Department of Textile Technology, IIT Delhi addressing ‘Recipients of CII Felicitation: Outstanding Contribution to Industry by an Indian Academician” at the session 3: CII Felicitations for Outstanding Contributions to Academia and Industry of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr Sunil Kant Munjal, Chairman, Hero Corporate Service Ltd delivering special address at the CII Felicitations for Outstanding Contributions to Academia and Industry of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012
Mr Pawan Aggarwal, Adviser (Higher Education), Planning Commission delivering opening remarks at the Session 1: Approach & Strategy for Development of State Higher Education Systems of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Release of CII-Planning Commission Report on Annual Status of Higher Education in States and Uts 2012 at the Session 1: Approach & Strategy for Development of State Higher Education Systems of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr N R Madhav Menon, Former Member, Law Commission of India addressing at the Session 1: Approach & Strategy for Development of State Higher Education Systems of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr R P Sisodia, Joint Secretary (Higher Education), Ministry of Human Resource Development addressing at the Session 1: Approach & Strategy for Development of State Higher Education Systems of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Prashant Loyalka, Center Research Fellow, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University addressing at the Session 1: Approach & Strategy for Development of State Higher Education Systems of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr Pawan Aggarwal, Adviser (Higher Education), Planning Commission addressing at the Session 2: Educational Innovations at the State Level of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr T S Sridhar, Secretary, Higher Education, Govt. of Tamil Nadu addressing at the Session 2: Educational Innovations at the State Level of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Peter Hodgson, Alfred Deakin Professor, & Director, Institute for Frontier Materials, Deakin University, Australia addressing at the Session 2: Educational Innovations at the State Level of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr Rafiq Dossani, Senior Economist, Rand Corporation addressing at the Session 2: Educational Innovations at the State Level of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr C S Kumar, Principal Secretary (TE), Govt. of Odisha addressing at the Session 2: Educational Innovations at the State Level of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr Rakesh Shrivastava, OSD, Higher Education, Government of Madhya Pradesh addressing at the Session 2: Educational Innovations at the State Level of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Toby Linden, Lead – Education Specialist, South Asia Education, World Bank addressing at the Session 2: Educational Innovations at the State Level of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr T S Sridhar, Secretary, Higher Education, Govt. of Tamil Nadu delivering concluding remarks at the Session 2: Educational Innovations at the State Level of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Moderator Mr P Rajendran, COO, NIIT Ltd delivering opening remarks at the Theme: Federalism and Higher Education Worldwide of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Philip G Altbach, J Donald Monan, SJ University Professor and Director, Centre for International Higher Education, Lynch School of Education, Boston College delivering Luncheon Keynote at the Theme: Federalism and Higher Education Worldwide of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Moderator Mr P Rajendran, COO, NIIT Ltd delivering concluding remarks at the Theme: Federalism and Higher Education Worldwide of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Capt. NS Mohan Ram, Adviser, TVS Motor Company Ltd, Hosur delivering welcome address at the Session 3: How can Higher Education be Made More Innovative? Can there be an India-model to Boost Post-graduate Studies and Multi-disciplinary Research? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Paul Griffin, Head, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Pennsylvania University addressing at the Session 3: How can Higher Education be Made More Innovative? Can there be an India-model to Boost Post-graduate Studies and Multi-disciplinary Research? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Jane den Hollander, Vice-Chancellor, Deakin University addressing at the Session 3: How can Higher Education be Made More Innovative? Can there be an India-model to Boost Post-graduate Studies and Multi-disciplinary Research? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof M A Venkataramanan, Vice-Provost for Strategic Initiatives, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University addressing at the Session 3: How can Higher Education be Made More Innovative? Can there be an India-model to Boost Post-graduate Studies and Multi-disciplinary Research? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr Nagesh R Iyer, Director, CSIR-Structural Engineering Research Centre addressing at the Session 3: How can Higher Education be Made More Innovative? Can there be an India-model to Boost Post-graduate Studies and Multi-disciplinary Research? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Dr Pratibha Jolly, Principal, Miranda House addressing at the Session 3: How can Higher Education be Made More Innovative? Can there be an India-model to Boost Post-graduate Studies and Multi-disciplinary Research? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
J P Gupta, Vice Chancellor, Sharda University addressing at the Session 3: How can Higher Education be Made More Innovative? Can there be an India-model to Boost Post-graduate Studies and Multi-disciplinary Research? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Prof Kamal Kant Dwivedi, Vice-Chancellor, Apeejay Stya University addressing at the Session 3: How can Higher Education be Made More Innovative? Can there be an India-model to Boost Post-graduate Studies and Multi-disciplinary Research? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Capt NS Mohan Ram, Adviser, TVS Motor Company Ltd, Hosur delivering concluding remarks at the addressing at the Session 3: How can Higher Education be Made More Innovative? Can there be an India-model to Boost Post-graduate Studies and Multi-disciplinary Research? of the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
Mr P Rajendran, COO, NIIT Ltd delivering Valedictory Address at the AICTE-CII University-Industry Congress 2012 & 4th Global Higher Education Summit.
 
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