Five C Model of Management of Indian Higher Education Institutions
Tiwari, R., Anjum, B., (2014). Five C Model Of Mangement of Indian Higher Education Institutions, International Journal of Social Science & Interdisciplinary Research, 3(11), 100-105.
6 Pages Posted: 26 May 2021
Date Written: November 30, 2014
The paper evaluates the challenges facing Indian higher education and proposes a 5C model for management of higher education institutions. The higher education sector has shown growth in number of institutions. Private sector has made a remarkable impact in terms of providing an option for higher education and adoption of technology. However the demand and relevance of higher education is under constraint due to poor management. Large numbers of seats are lying vacant in private institutions, employability of graduates is poor, faculties are not satisfied, there is shortage of good quality teachers, and research is neglected. The 5C model provides a comprehensive model of management. The focus of 5C model is culture, creativity, customer, collaboration, and curriculum. The dedicated approach for management is required to make higher education system as an agent of creativity, skill development, and entrepreneurship to reap demographic dividend.
Keywords: Higher Education, 5C Model, Management, Demographic Dividend.
JEL Classification: I20, I21, I23, I28, M10
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