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Title: INDIAS ENGINEERING EDUCATIOIN


1
INDIAS ENGINEERING EDUCATIOIN
  • Prof. M. S. ANANTHDirectorIndian Institute of
    Technology Madras
  • CHENNAI, INDIA

2
OUTLINE OF TALK
  • India defies generalisation
  • Youth and education
  • Enrolment
  • Universities and Graduates
  • Engineering graduates
  • Issues to be addressed

3
INDIA DEFIES GENERALISATION
  • Amazing scale and diversity of India
  • 11th largest economy, 6th largest CO2 emitter!
  • IT, Space, Atomic Energy Telecom growing
    rapidly
  • Economy growing steadily at 8 to 10
  • Manufacturing set to grow at 12 to 15
  • Foreign exchange reserves 2.6 trillion, about
    60 increase over the past three years
  • Poverty amidst plenty a serious concern

4
INDIAN YOUTH
  • By 2030 the world populayion up by 2b 95 in
    developing countries
  • By 2050, India will have 25 of worlds Graduate
    Students?!
  • Need to find creative employment
  • SMEs, employment and global competition
  • Need to enhance the quality and reach of
    education
  • Need to increase innovation, competetiveness and
    entrepreneurship

5
ENROLMENT PER 100000
6
335 UNIVERSITIES
  • TYPE No. QUALITY
  • National Importance 13 Excellent
  • Deemed 91 Variable
  • Central 20 Good
  • State
    204 Generally poor
  • Private 7 Average
  • 60 of engineering graduates from 4 states!

7
COMPARISON OF NUMBER OF UNIVERSITIES
  • Country Population Number of Universities
    in millions Current No.
    No. for parity
  • India 1100 335 335
  • Korea 49 120 2900
  • UK 50 170 3700
  • USA 280 1800 7000

8
NUMBER OF GRADUATESIN THOUSANDS
  • Level Number
    Engineering India
    India USA Ratio
  • School 200000
  • Bachelors 11000 500 70 7
  • Masters 900 20 35 0.6
  • PhD 5.5 0.7 7 0.1
  • Ratios similar in other disciplines

9
CATCHING UP (?) WITH USA(Prof. Rama Rao)
10
COMPARISON IN UNIVERSITY FUNDING
11
ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED
  • ICT to enhance reach and quality of learning
  • Faculty compensation
  • Research parks
  • Governance
  • Internationalisation
  • Increased investmentment in education

12
ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED
  • Offering the youth rewarding careers
  • Managing 12 growth in manufacturing with
    significant increase in employment (SMEs)
  • Increasing offshore investment drastically
  • Pulling 80 million people out of poverty
  • Infrastructure and social policies to sustain
    rates of growth

13
MEETING OF UNLIKE MINDS
  • Discovery is the result of chance meeting a
    prepared mind we prepare minds chance meets
    them in the US!
  • Unlike Minds
  • Faculty have a sound knowledge of the subject
  • Students are ignorant of the impossible
  • RD personnel can convert ideas into marketable
    products

14
SOME EXAMPLES FROM USA
  • Successful Research Parks located next to
    academic institutions
  • Stanford and other institutions in Silicon valley
  • MIT and Harvard in Route 128 Ventures
  • North Carolina RD Triangle
  • South Florida State Park

15
A SECTION 25 COMPANY
  • Located in vicinity of IITM
  • House RD of companies (85 space)
  • Share facilities with IITM
  • Provide finishing-school services
  • Incubate start-ups (15 space)
  • Provide summer employment for students

16
CREDIT-SYSTEM
  • RD projects (per Rs 1M) 200 K
  • Consultancy (per Rs 1M) 200
  • Royalty (per Rs 100K) 100
  • Sponsor Ph.D/ MS Students/yr 100/ 75
  • Adjunct faculty/yr 200
  • Teaching by Industry personnel/hr 2
  • Joint guidance/yr 50-100
  • Part-time employment for student 2.5-5
  • Company needs 150 credits/year/ft2

17
MILTON FRIEDMAN 1950s
  • The untapped resource of technical and
    scientific knowledge available for the taking (in
    India) is the economic equivalent of untapped
    continent available to USA 150 years ago
  • Todays figures do not bear this out
  • Tomorrows can!
  • We are good at crisis-management we have one now!
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