Leap for higher education in India
Contd from previous issue
“The key to its successful nationwide implementation lies in the establishment of a robust and transparent credit system. The responsibility for ensuring educational quality should lie with higher education institutions themselves,”
A culture of self-regulation and internal quality assurance in that case can maintain high educational standards without adding bureaucratic layers. Sinha feels the concept holds immense potential provided it is executed with careful planning. “The feasibility of implementing it in the Indian education system depends on infrastructure, regulatory frameworks, quality assurance and the integration of educational technology,”
India’s diverse education landscape necessitates adequate resources, both online and offline, to support various learning pathways.