A Proposed Model for Management of Higher Education Institutions

Tiwari, R., Anjum, B. (2014). A Proposed model for Management of Higher Education Institutions, International Journal of Science and Research, 3(11), 1614-1616

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Rajesh Tiwari

United College of Education

Bimal Anjum

DAV College

Date Written: November 30, 2014

Abstract

The paper proposes a model for management of higher education institutions. Higher education system is crucial to support the knowledge economy and reap the benefits of demographic dividend. The paper draws upon the primary data from survey of teachers in private and public universities and review of literature. The data was analyzed using descriptive tools. The job satisfaction, assessment methodology, culture, industry academia interface was analyzed. It is recommended that a 360 degree approach can enhance the significance of the higher education and transform India into a hub of higher education and research.

Keywords: Management, Demographic Dividend, Universities, 360 Degree Approach, Teachers

JEL Classification: I20, I23, I28

Suggested Citation

Tiwari, Rajesh and Anjum, Bimal, A Proposed Model for Management of Higher Education Institutions (November 30, 2014). Tiwari, R., Anjum, B. (2014). A Proposed model for Management of Higher Education Institutions, International Journal of Science and Research, 3(11), 1614-1616, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3833688

Rajesh Tiwari (Contact Author)

United College of Education ( email )

Greater Noida
India

Bimal Anjum

DAV College

Sector 10 D
Chandigarh, 160011
India

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