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Transforming Quality Of Education In Newly Established Private Technical/Professional Educational Institution Affiliated To G.B.Technical University

International Journal of Management Prudence

Volume 3 Issue 1

Published: 2011
Author(s) Name: Prabhat Kumar and Purnima Pandey
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Education is a continuous as well as constructive process which keeps people out of darkness, poverty and misery and leads a person on the polls of enlightenment, prosperity and happiness by developing his individuality in all its aspects i.e. physical, mental, emotional and social or all round development. He becomes a responsible, dynamic, resourceful and enterprising citizen of strong and good moral character which contributes towards development of the society, therefore “TEACHERS ARE CONSIDERED TO BE THE ARCHITECTS OF THE SOCIETY”. The experience over the last few decades has clearly shown that unlike school education, privatization has not led to any major improvements in the standards of Technical/Professional education. Yet, in the run up to the economic reforms in 1991, the IMF, World Bank and the countries that control them have been crying hoarse over the alleged pampering of Technical/Professional education in India at the cost of school education. The fact of the matter was that school education was already privatized to the extent that government schools became an option only to those who cannot afford private schools mushrooming in every street corner, even in small towns and villages. On the other hand, in Technical/Professional educational courses, relatively better quality teaching and infrastructure has been available only in government colleges and universities, while private institutions of higher education in India capitalized on fashionable courses with minimum infrastructure.

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