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Recruitment of 1000 "bilingual" science and technical school teachers

I beg una read'am tell me O!

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[MTC Global] The Best is Yet to Come

Keep your fork - very touching:

There was a young woman who had been diagnosed with a terminal illness and had been given three months to live. So as she was getting her things 'in order,' she contacted her Pastor and had him come to her house to discuss certain aspects of her final wishes.
She told him which songs she wanted sung at the service, what scriptures she would like read, and what outfit she wanted to be buried in.
Everything was in order and the Pastor was preparing to leave when the young woman suddenly remembered something very important to her.
'There's one more thing,' she said excitedly..
'What's that?' came the Pastor's reply?
'This is very important,' the young woman continued. 'I want to be buried with a fork in my Right hand.'
The Pastor stood looking at the young woman, not knowing quite what to say.
That surprises you, doesn't it?' the young woman asked.
'Well, to be honest, I'm puzzled by the request,' said the Pastor.
The young woman explained. 'My grandmother once told me this story, and from that time on I have always tried to pass along its message to those I love and those who are in need of encouragement. In all my years of attending socials and dinners, I always remember that when the dishes of the main course were being cleared, someone would inevitably lean over and say, 'Keep your fork.' It was my favorite part because I knew that something better was coming...like velvety chocolate cake or deep-dish apple pie. Something wonderful, and with substance!'
So, I just want people to see me there in that casket with a fork in my hand and I want them to wonder 'What's with the fork?' Then I want you to tell them: 'Keep your fork ..the best is yet to come.'
The Pastor's eyes welled up with tears of joy as he hugged the young woman good-bye. He knew this would be one of the last times he would see her before her death. But he also knew that the young woman had a better grasp of heaven than he did. She had a better grasp of what heaven would be like than many people twice her age, with twice as much experience and knowledge. She KNEW that something better was coming.
At the funeral people were walking by the young woman's casket and they saw the cloak she was wearing and the fork placed in her right hand. Over and over, the Pastor heard the question, 'What's with the fork?' And over and over he smiled.
During his message, the Pastor told the people of the conversation he had with the young woman shortly before she died. He also told them about the fork and about what it symbolized to her. He told the people how he could not stop thinking about the fork and told them that they probably would not be able to stop thinking about it either.
He was right. So the next time you reach down for your fork let it remind you, ever so gently, that the best is yet to come. Friends are a very rare jewel , indeed. They make you smile and encourage you to succeed. Cherish the time you have , and the memories you share. Being friends with someone is not an opportunity, but a sweet responsibility.
And just remember...keep your fork!
The BEST is yet to come!
Dr A Jagan Mohan Reddy
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Re: [MTC Global] Govt plans joint degrees with foreign varsities, higher pay to faculty for better education in India

My take is:

  1. PhD earned from abroad or in India makes no much difference.
  2. The academic and professional culture and transparent climate in institute/university makes the real difference.
  3. Such a culture/climate can certainly be created if some thing like  is in place:
  • Climate and national spirit plays the key role more  in the right functioning of institute/university, than that of compensation,
  • Recruitment at all levels especially VC, Faculty, etc., must be purely on merit based without regards to whether it is under open or reserved category,
  • Process and performance management in place,
  • Periodical progress review and academic audit  strictly adhered to,
  • Fixation of accountability, duties and responsibilities, Job Evaluation Manual is preferred,
  • Defaulters be mercilessly booked and punished (the % of such personnel is almost NIL in India),
  • No political interference in any part of functioning of institute/university (the scenario in different universities in India is the outcome of the fact that such agencies since independence are in the wrong hands; politically charged.
  • If India adheres strictly and rigorously to such and similar measures, India can produce at least 10 to 20 World Class Universities in the next five years, do believe in me. India had three world class universities: Madras, Bombay and Calcutta in 1947!
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  1. waghodekar@rediffmail.com
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    Chairman, Advisory Board, MTC Global, Bangalore.


    Engineering & Management Education: An Engine of Prosperity.
    Classroom teaching must match with Boardroom needs!


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Re: [MTC Global] Something that is never discussed on MTC platform

True. WE, the teachers or educationists hardly speak about the things not taught in schools. We are taught or trained in schools that the answer is either "right" or "wrong".  Everything exists in the curriculum, it is assumed, and hardly any life skill is taught. In fact, the focus needs to be on the total evolution of young minds.

My earlier communications occasionally have been  refering to these 7 things listed in the article in one way or the other. However the contribution is very valuable and needs to be breathing of any education system..

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Dr. P H Waghodekar, PhD (Egg), IIT,KGP, IE&M, 1985,
Advisor (HR), IBS & PME (PG)
Marathwada Institute of Technology,
NH 211, Beed by pass road,
Aurangabad: 431010 (Maharashtra) INDIA.
(O) 02402375113 (M) 7276661925
E-Mail: waghodekar@rediffmail.com
Website: www.mit.asia
and
Chairman, Advisory Board, MTC Global, Bangalore.


Engineering & Management Education: An Engine of Prosperity.
Classroom teaching must match with Boardroom needs!


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7
Things They Never Told Me At School – But Could Have

By Paul A. Philips

 

It's funny, but when asked about things learnt that have served to be the greatest contribution to their lives most people will not mention anything from school days. Have you noticed this? I can say that the things I have learnt which have served as a platform for personal growth did not come from the classroom.

Basically, the education system with its tunnel-minded curriculum frequently taught by blinkered, know-it-all academics, having fallen for the "I'm an expert" trap, is designed to programme young people to fit into boxes: work for corporations (and suchlike) when they graduate. In a way, that means you're going to have to make up for an absence of really learning about life!

Here are 7 things they never told me at school (but could have).

1.   The Importance of Communication

 

We were never told about the importance of communication or trained in this area. Essentially, effective communication brings together so many different things and therefore serves as a great life-handling tool for personal achievement: Communication for forming great relationships, teamwork, solving problems, and successful project completions… are all routed in effective communication.

 

2.   Everything is the Expression of Consciousness 

 

Consistent with the "Laws of Attraction," life shows up as a consequence of where you are consciously at.  Your thoughts, feelings and emotions, attitude… all contribute to how life 'shows up' for you. So, if you don't like the life you're living, then change these things. For example, if you find yourself in victimhood circumstances (the symptoms of victim consciousness) then look at where you are consciously at and change these things.

 

3.   Natural Health

 

Like other schools we had our share of economics teachers, but no one ever told me that the best investment in life you could ever make is in your health. Because of corporate interests, the education curriculum generally focuses only on pharmaceutical approaches when it comes to health. Alternative practitioners and great pioneers with their potentially life-saving approaches based on natural health have been ignored, suppressed or even unjustly ridiculed.

There are 4 things that support good health.

They are: good nutrition, regular exercise, a positive outlook in life and maintaining a clean, stress-free environment where possible. Sadly, these things are not given enough attention. Equally sadly, when many people are told that they have an incurable disease, in their ignorance they fail to make the retrospective connection –  how over the years they have lacked the above 4 things and now have to pay the price as a consequence…

 

4.   Applying Philosophy

 

The above box represents all the things a person says in one day (or any given time period). The darkened area is the tiny proportion that represents the things a person says that really mean something. Do you see yourself in this model?

In school we never talked that much about the things that really matter in life. No curriculum was ever set up to have conversations or discussions with our teachers on how to handle life effectively – how to deal with life's recurring problems such as how to make relationships work, or how to address important subjects from a higher perspective… i.e. the things that have significance to all of us. Sadly, most people grow up, possibly out of school habit, seldom talking about life and spending much of their time talking meaningless nah, nah, nah nothings… and look at the result. A world full of people going nowhere in their lives, just like the soap opera characters on TV…

Philosophy doesn't have to be just mere armchair discussion. It can be used creatively to practically apply ideas in life, hence the empowering phrase 'applying philosophy'.

 

5.   Being Yourself

 

You don't have to just be some corporate cog-in-wheel care of the education system's grooming. I have learned that being yourself is your biggest strength. More than ever, particularly on the humanitarian front, the world needs people able to think for themselves: innovation and adaptability are keys for world transformation.

Realize that there are other ways, different to an education system that stifles self-expression, creativity and imagination and then churns out well-educated robotic clones unable to really think for themselves. As Albert Einstein once said "Real thinking is to think the unthinkable…" History has shown how the tiny few outside-of-the-box individuals think for themselves and how they have contributed greatly to humanity…

 

6. Having a Deep and Genuine Love for Yourself 

How do you expect to have a deep and genuine love flowing out there with your family, friends, groups, communities, the environment or all things spiritual… and then have it return on you when you had not begun that deep and genuine love right there with your own self? This is consistent with 2 above that life shows up as a consequence of where you are consciously at.

 

6.   The Past is Your Biggest Enemy in Life

 

I was never told at school that my past can run me instead of me running it: fear, anxiety or an unwillingness to be creative and adventurous… are the consciousness-destroying operatives here. But YOU are the author of your life…

Because this subject could go into great lengths I've decided to make it something for another day. Simpler to say that being in present time, the only place where life exists is something to be cherished and mastered.

 

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Re: [MTC Global] Govt plans joint degrees with foreign varsities, higher pay to faculty for better education in India

  • We need to revisit the mindset "go abroad and look for Indians with foreign Phds".
  • My take is Indians staying abroad having foreign PhD does not necessarily lead to   Indianization of education as this country is badly in need of. Para- Dharmo Bhayavah (adapting another faith is fatal)

Regards,

Dr. P H Waghodekar, PhD (Egg), IIT,KGP, IE&M, 1985,
Advisor (HR), IBS & PME (PG)
Marathwada Institute of Technology,
NH 211, Beed by pass road,
Aurangabad: 431010 (Maharashtra) INDIA.
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E-Mail: waghodekar@rediffmail.com
Website: www.mit.asia
and
Chairman, Advisory Board, MTC Global, Bangalore.


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Classroom teaching must match with Boardroom needs!


From: "V.V. Ravi Kumar" gmail.com>
Sent: Sat, 24 Jun 2017 12:02:37
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Dear Mr. Virendra,

The question is not about an Indian or a foreigner ie the nationality but about a person with a foreign Phd being given preference for full time positions.

There are many persons with Phds from India  who are quite strong in all aspects be it research or  teaching but yet top notch institutions are not keen on hiring them.  This trend only for the past 2-3 years. 

GOI now openly tells IITs/IIMs to go abroad and look for Indians with foreign Phds. 

Also this does not apply to visiting faculty positions but only for full time positions.

Thanks

Prof. Ravi 

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waghodekar@rediffmail.com> wrote:

  1. The strategies listed are appropriate.
  2. The expected outcome can be achieved only  if,  implementation is done meticulously.
  3. We need to be free from the yoke that foreign degree means assured quality or world class education.


Regards,

Dr. P H Waghodekar, PhD (Egg), IIT,KGP, IE&M, 1985,
Advisor (HR), IBS & PME (PG)
Marathwada Institute of Technology,
NH 211, Beed by pass road,
Aurangabad: 431010 (Maharashtra) INDIA.
(O) 02402375113 (M) 7276661925
E-Mail: waghodekar@rediffmail.com
Website: www.mit.asia
and
Chairman, Advisory Board, MTC Global, Bangalore.


Engineering & Management Education: An Engine of Prosperity.
Classroom teaching must match with Boardroom needs!


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NEW DELHI: Until the Higher Education Empowerment Regulation Agency (Heera) — the new regulator— is formed, the Central government will work on an 11-point agenda to free up education and bring in qualitative change.

The Niti Aayog has drawn up a plan for the same in consultation with the Human Resource Development ministry and has decided to implement the government's 'short-term measures to improve UGC and AICTE regulatory frameworks'.


The new agenda holds the promise of joint degrees with foreign institutions, full online courses, more incentives for faculty, using NET to decide on PhD admissions and ending the inspector raj that UGC and AICTE have come to be associated with. ET brings the details of the higher education recast:

Accreditation Overhaul


It has been agreed to empanel reputed national and international accreditation agencies in addition to India's own National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and the National Board of Accreditation (NBA). The other agencies will be regulated by the UGC and will carry out the accreditation on quality parameters in a transparent and objective manner and then put all reports online. Every institute to be accredited for five years and autonomy to be linked with the accreditation grade.

Three Levels of Graded Autonomy


Institutes awarded highest accreditation grades will be granted higher level of academic, administrative and financial autonomy vis a vis those with a lower grading. UGC has already put out draft regulations.

Reward the Good faculty


Additional compensation and incentives for a limited proportion of faculty— about 10% of associate professors and professors to attract faculty of global repute. Institutes graded highest will be permitted to support this move through own funds.

End Inspector Raj


There is consensus to limit UGC inspections and bring in greater objectivity and transparency through clearly defined assessment criteria and display of all inspection reports online. Inspections to be limited to approvals for beginning academic operations of institution/department/program and documentation based approvals to be relied upon for any other approvals.

Online Freedom

While UGC currently does not recognise online programs, it is now agreed the top institutions be permitted to run fully online programs consistent with standards at top 100 universities. Courses without a 'practical' content to be fully online and those that require some practical content be run on hybrid mode. Transparent accreditation and grading of online courses.

Expanding Footprint


The government has agreed to allow highly graded universities to open off shore campuses in areas of geo-political importance.

Autonomous Colleges


The UGC's existing norms on autonomous colleges to be replaced with regulations to ensure better implementation, bring more objectivity in the evaluation process and permit institutions to design innovative new degree programs, allow these colleges to award a degree under the title of autonomous college with seal of the University and also provide an enabling route for institutions that fail to get a no-objection certificate from a reluctant affiliating university.

The Foreign Element


Academic collaboration to be permitted only with foreign institutions that are in top 500 world rankings such as QS, Shanghai or Times Higher Education. It is now proposed that a joint degree mechanism be explored. Journal check on faculty Instead of existing mechanism of awarding points for quantity of publications (many of which may be in sub standard journals), it is proposed that points be awarded on quality of journals. Awarding of Academic Performance Indicator (API) scores to be based on objective parameters consistent with global standards of quality.

NET check for PhD


Rattled by quality of PhD admissions, it is proposed that the existing NET exam for the junior research fellowships and lectureship be adjusted for entry to PhD programmes also. This NET screening to be followed entrance test/interview by institutions.

Two-Term Limit


No more than two terms to be given for the leadership of any institution except in cases of outstanding improvement in an institution's accreditation or rankings during the second term.

 

Source: ET

 

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