Stakeholder Perception and Academic Improvements in Higher Education
International Journal of Advanced Trends in Engineering and Technology, Page Number 10-14, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2016
5 Pages Posted: 31 Oct 2017
Date Written: December 29, 2016
Higher education institutions strive to produce quality professionals by enhancing competency not only in subject knowledge and intellectual capability but grooming professionalism and employability skills, and still further emotional and social maturity, sound character, sharp business acumen, strong scientific temper and strategic thinking. This improvement is an ongoing process influenced by stake holder perception. The society at large looks up to the institutions to address their needs through creating a pool of human resources with increased employability, solving community based problems, manning institutions and maintaining harmony with outer environment. Many times the academic improvements have a bearing on relevant feedback from stake holders such as parents, employers and community at large. A sound interface between stakeholders and institution provide platform for changes to be introduced. This paper discusses the methodology and relevance of feedback from stakeholders in introducing academic improvements in an institution of higher education.
Keywords: Stakeholder Perception, Academic Improvements, Feedback & Academic Audit
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