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1 STUDENT RECRUITMENT SEMINAR Council for Higher Education Mar 31, 2014 Sanjeev SINGLA Counsellor Embassy of India, Tel Aviv Mahesh KUMAR Second Secretary Embassy of India, Tel Aviv 1

2 ISRAEL-INDIA SHARED ETHOS  Democracy & Liberal Values  Emphasis on Education  English Language  Knowledge Sector  India-Israel Fellowship Programme 2

3 PRESENTATION PLAN 1.Overview of Education System: Elementary to College 2.Higher Education System in India 3.Top Indian Education Institutions 4.Suggestions/Tips for Recruitment of Indian Students 3

4 PART 1 OVERVIEW: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO COLLEGE IN INDIA A System i.10 years in school (class 1 – 10) ii.2 years in pre-college (class 11-12) iii.3 years in college (undergraduate) B.National Curriculum Framework by National Council for Educational Research & Training (NCERT) i.Development and sharing of educational strategy, curricula, pedagogy and evaluation methodology C.Commonality of Subjects Taught up to Class 10 i.English, Languages, Maths, Science, History, Civics, Geography 4

5 D.Career Decision Point at end of Class 10 i.Science (Medical & Non-medical), Commerce and Arts streams E.Career Decision Point at end of Class 12 i.Medicine, Life Science, Engineering, Science, Commerce, Law, Arts, Fine Arts, Mass Communication, Fashion etc. F.Three Broad Streams of Schools Based on Examination Systems i.Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) – More focus on maths/science and hence on engineering/medicine ii.Indian School Certificate Examination (ICSE) – Greater distribution of focus on language, arts & sciences iii.State Boards, International Baccalaureate and the Rest G.Language of Instruction PART 1 (continued) OVERVIEW: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO COLLEGE IN INDIA 5

6 PART 2 HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA A.India offers one of the largest pools of higher education students in the world: over 28 million B.India offers one the largest infrastructures of higher education in the world: over 600 universities and 37,000 colleges C.Standards Body – the University Grants Commission (UGC) i.Determination and maintenance of academic standards ii.Promotion and coordination of university education iii.Provision of funds D.Main Categories of Universities i.Central universities – 42 in number ii.State universities – 251 in number iii.Deemed-to-be-universities – 130 in number iv.Private university – 173 in number v.Institutions of national importance – 40 in number 6

7 PART 2 (continued) HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA E.National Assessment and Accreditation Council i.Set up in 1994 under the UGC ii.Grades institutions to give a measure of quality education iii.Has graded over 75 universities as A grade F.Technical Education i.Covers engineering, technology, management, architecture/town planning, pharmacy, applied arts & crafts, hotel management and catering technology ii.Includes India’s renowned Indian Institutes of Technology, Indian Institutes of Management and Indian Institute of Science G.All India Council for Technical Education i.Responsible for quality technical education and approval of new technical institutions 7

8 H.Getting into a University/Technical Institution/College in India i.Each technical education stream has its own national level competitive exam ii.Very tough, with acceptance rates for some streams as low as 2% iii.Admission into Universities/Colleges based on Class 12 examination results iv.Very tough to get into top Universities/Colleges I.Student Preferences for Education in Various Streams PART 2 (continued) HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA 8

9 PART 3 TOP EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA UNIVERSITY Delhi University, Delhi Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi Jamia Milia Islamia, Delhi Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Panjab University, Chandigarh* University of Calcutta, Kolkata University of Madras, Chennai University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad Osmania University, Hyderabad Bangalore University, Bangalore 9 * Times Higher Education Ranking

10 ENGINEERINGSCIENCESMANAGEMENT Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur*St Stephen’s, Delhi Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi*St Xavier’s, Mumbai Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta Indian Institute of Technology, BombayLoyola College, Chennai Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee*St Xavier’s, Kolkata Indian Institute of Management, Indore Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur* Presidency College, Kolkata Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode Indian Institute of Technology, ChennaiFergusson College, Pune Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow Indian Institute of Technology, BHUPresidency College, Chennai XLRI, Jamshedpur Indian Institute of Technology, GuwahatiStella Maris, Chennai Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi BITS, PilaniMiranda House, Delhi Symbiosis, Pune Vellore Institute of TechnologyIndian Institute of Science, Bangalore** S P Jain Institute, Mumbai NIT, Suratkal Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai** MDI, Gurgaon Cllg of Engineering, Anna Univ, Chennai Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai**Indian School of Business, Hyderabad PART 3 (continued) TOP EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA 10 * Times Higher Education Rankings ** Graduate, doctoral and post-doctoral programmes

11 PART 3 (continued) TOP EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA MEDICINE/LIFE SCIENCESSOCIAL SCIENCES AIIMS, DelhiTata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai Christian Medical College, VelloreNational Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore JIPMER, PuducherryIndian Statistical Institute, Kolkata Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology, HyderabadDelhi School of Economics, Delhi National Institute of Immunology, DelhiIndian Institute for Advanced Study, Shimla International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Delhi National Institute of Biomedical Genomics, Kalyani 11

12 PART 4 SUGGESTIONS FOR RECRUITMENT IN INDIA A.Understand the Market i.US education institutions dominate the market for Indian students ii.Education is one of the main pillars of India-US bilateral relationship iii.Indian students constitute the second largest student body in USA (over 100,000) iv.UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada are other major destinations for Indian students (over 110,000) B.Lack of awareness about Israeli education system in India i.Perceptions about security situation in the Middle East and hence in Israel ii.Lack of general awareness about Israel’s achievements in research C.Indian market is cost conscious i.Israel can offer an advantage over North America, Europe, Australia & New Zealand in cost of study D.Identify Niche Areas and Take Embassy’s Help i.Embassy can help to identify partners and establish interface E.Conduct a Media Campaign i.Top Israeli institutions/PBC can come together to create a print/electronic media campaign in India highlighting security (esp. for women), cutting edge research, Nobel Laureates, cost advantage & use of English. Offer work opportunities as in USA. 12

13 13 PART 4 (continued) SUGGESTIONS FOR RECRUITMENT IN INDIA F.Perhaps Backgrounds of Indian-origin CEOs & School Deans Offer a Clue i.India’s Leading Export: CEOs (Time Magazine – Aug 2011) FORTUNE LISTCEOEDUCATION Adobe SystemsShantanu NarayanOsmania University, Hyderabad ArcelorMittalLakshmi MittalSt Xavier’s, Kolkata Berkshire HathawayAjit Jain*Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur DiageoIvan MenezesSt Stephen’s, Delhi Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad Hartford FinancialRamani Iyer (ex-CEO) Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay MastercardAjay BangaSt Stephen’s, Delhi Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad MicrosoftSatya NadellaManipal Institute of Technology, Manipal PepsicoIndra NooyiMadras Christian College Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata Reckitt BenckiserRakesh KapoorBITS, Pilani XLRI, Jamshedpur Sigma-AldrichRakesh SachdevIndian Institute of Technology, Delhi * Senior Management

14 14 PART 4 (continued) SUGGESTIONS FOR RECRUITMENT IN INDIA SCHOOLDEANEDUCATION Harvard Business SchoolNitin Nohria Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay Chicago Booth School of BusinessSunil Kumar Mangalore university, Suratkal Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore Cornell Univ Graduate School of ManagementSoumitra Dutta Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi INSEADDipak Jain Guahati University

15 15 Thank You Contact Details Sanjeev SINGLA Counsellor Embassy of India, Tel Aviv Mahesh KUMAR Second Secretary Embassy of India, Tel Aviv


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