This report is presented by the High Power Committee constituted by the Chairman of AICTE after prolonged deliberations and a review of the recommendations of the task force set up in 1991 under the chairmanship of Dr. C.S. Jha. The present report has evolved policies and made recommendations thereon for financing technical education under the constraints introduced by the emerging industrial and financial scenario in the country.
Table of Contents
|02||TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT SYSTEMS IN INDIA||04-09|
|03||ISSUES AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS||10-15|
|05||APPOINTMENT OF THE COMMITTEE||30-32|
|06||TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE COMMITTEE||33|
This report examines the three tier technical education system in India consisting of Certificate, Diploma and Degree levels and also the Masters and Research Programmes; analyses the R & D expenditure by government and industrial sectors for the past decade; and shows that Such expenditure is far less in proportion than those in developed economies.
Detailed recommendations on specific actions to be implemented by Government of India, State Government, AICTE, industries and the institutions are separately listed at the end of the report.