Re: [MTC Global] [Weekend Big Discussion:1] How Students Can Become Partners in Higher Education?

Respected MTCians,
       An institution can only be a world class institution only if all the stake holders participate actively. In addition to the provisions already there, students can be made mature partner of an institution through their participation as input supplier to the decision makers. In every institution there must be sufficient number of suggestion/complaint boxes where the students will supply their inputs and the decision makers must have to consider all the inputs minutely and very seriously.

On Sat, Jun 17, 2017 at 11:31 PM, Prabhakar Waghodekar <waghodekar@rediffmail.com> wrote:

As per the University Act, and Statutes there under, students are the part and parcel of HE like:

  1. Student-unions.
  2. NSS
  3. Cultural Programmes
  4. NCC
  5. Student Senator
  6. Event coordinators, volunteers, anchors and organizers.
  7. However, more avenues can be explored for students' higher participation in the university administration/management/teaching-learning process/ Campus Safety, etc..
Please note that students participation in case (1) to (6) above is not up to the expectation. The provisions need to be explored in spirit.

Regards,

Dr. P H Waghodekar, PhD (Egg), IIT,KGP, IE&M, 1985,
Advisor (HR), IBS & PME (PG)
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Aurangabad: 431010 (Maharashtra) INDIA.
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E-Mail: waghodekar@rediffmail.com
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From: "Prof. Bholanath Dutta"
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Subject: [MTC Global] [Weekend Big Discussion:1] How Students Can Become Partners in Higher Education?
How Students Can Become Partners in Higher Education?

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