Emerging Degrees and Collaboration: The Context of Engineering Sciences in Computing & IT— An Analysis for Enhanced Policy Formulation in India
International Journal on Recent Researches In Science, Engineering & Technology, 5(12), 13-27. ISSN (Print) : 2347-6729
14 Pages Posted: 19 Jan 2018
Date Written: December 30, 2017
Collaboration is most important and valuable term as well as a concept these days for each and every kind of activities, organizations and even personal affairs. Academically the popular collaborated branches are humanities and social sciences, basic and applied sciences, commerce and business sciences, and engineering and technological sciences. Among these applied sciences, engineering, and technological sciences need better collaboration and also for the reason of better manpower generation, management, and output. Universities and Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) previously interested only in the affairs of completion of training, education, and research. But days are changing as today organizations and companies are dependent on skills and hands-on training apart from sound knowledge. Moreover, organizations are seeking human resources which are multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary in nature to cope up organizational demand. India is developing as a superpower in the economy, education and democracy and trying to reach the status of developed countries as early as possible. Manpower development and industrial development are different issues and to realize these issues and concerns, many universities in India started industrial affairs in different ways into their academics. Universities (apart from INIs, and few colleges) especially private are moving towards industrial components in their feather. This is a conceptual-theoretical-review cum policy based research papers emphasizing interdisciplinary affairs in the Indian context. As a work of Techno-Educational in nature, it has provided recent trends and future potentialities in skills in academia especially collaboration emergence in Indian private universities.
Keywords: Indian Education, Technical Education, AICTE, Universities, Skill, Digital India, Collaborative Universities, Interdisciplinary Research, Development, Knowledge Economy
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