3 Women’s Training College Technical CollegeLeather WorkingPrem Vidyalaya19301947IntermediateSchool1922
4 DEI 1950 1973 1975 Innovative Education Policy established Engineering College for BoysDEIestablishedInnovative Education Policy195019731975
5 1981 1984 1995 DEI granted Deemed University status Prem Vidyalaya under DEI BoardPh.D ProgramDEIgranted Deemed University status198119841995
6 2010 2009 2004 57 Study Centers with EDUSAT Network Distance Education Programs &Women’s PolytechnicTechnology Park QNCSMoU’s with national & international universities57 Study Centers with EDUSAT Network201020092004
7 Centre for Consciousness studies NAAC ‘A’- GradeNo.1 in vocational education (NVEQF)Merger of REI Inter-College with DEICentre for Consciousness studiesSigma Six QCommunity collegeEVICVocational DegreeREZ to SEZ linkages201320142012
8 100 Years of Education in Dayalbagh Consciousness StudiesCore CoursesSolar EnergyGreen CampusSkill-centric EducationDigital India (I C T)Business ClinicHealthcare & Rural DevelopmentAgriculture OperationsBamboo technologyAgri – DairyFood Processing & PreservationTextile DesigningBiodiversity & PlantationSigma Six QEntrepreneurial EduationDEI Swacchata MissionNovel InitiativesVISION 2031
9 Achievements Student Distinctions Accolades to Faculty Members Books AuthoredResearch PublicationsCollaborative Research ProjectsMemoranda of UnderstandingConsultancy Services & Industry Linkages
10 Emerging Initiatives Bio-inspired Systems Agile Manufacturing Quantum Computation, Cognition & ConsciousnessEmerging InitiativesCentre of Excellence in TextilesSolar & Smart Grid“By Students – For Students” EnterprisesIndian Centre of Excellence in Rock Art ScienceCommunity Outreach with ICTBusiness ClinicREZ-SEZ
11 Entrepreneurial Education Consciousness Studies DEIA university withpotential for excellenceinEntrepreneurial Education&Consciousness Studies
12 7 dimensions of education@DEI Entrepreneurial Education University EducationSchool EducationOnline EducationDistance EducationTechnical EducationVocational Education
13 Objectives To tap demographic potential of India’s young population To create an ecosystem that enables skilling and education of youthTo generate opportunities for self-employmentTo propose a strategy for integrating rural outreach with the mainstreamTo provide a model connecting Rural EconomicZones to global market through micro, small and medium enterprisesObjectives
14 Challenges High dropout rates from schools Wide gender disparities: for every 100 boys in sec education, only 81 girls enrolledDecline in attendance rates in rural primary schoolsUnemployment shows an increasing trend; this year, it is expected to rise to 3.8%Skill training is provided to only 10% of the total work force in the country; 48% of employers have difficulty in filling vacancies.Large number of trained and educated women are unemployed.Providing linkages from Class V onwards i.e. Class VI to VII among the various tracks of educationEmployability of Class V pass outs, youth over the age of 18 and many women is limited to the informal sector, or to very low-paid jobs and their entire lives pass without any value addition.
15 Some pathways to skill development & enhancement at DEI Needs of the hourTo introduce skill-based activities as part of the curriculum from primary levelsTo relate the type of education with the requirements of industryTo build an effective skill-delivery frameworkTo exploit skill-based education fully by provision of multiple entries and multiple exits, with multiple lateral transitions between vocational and knowledge-based (conventional) education systems.To build a mechanism wherein an individual’s skill and experience can be used as a launching pad for entrepreneurshipSome pathways to skill development & enhancement at DEICertificate Courses: for students who are interested in enhancing their skills and getting self-employed after Class VIIIModular Courses: short duration (< 9 weeks) courses for updating, upgrading and development of complementary and supplementary skillsCommunity College: Short duration, focused and modular courses with emphasis on hands-on trainingDiploma Courses: entry is either after Class 10 or after Class 12Bachelor of Vocation (B.VOC.): offered in (1) Apparel Manufacturing and (2) Food Processing & PreservationContinuing Education Programme
19 Para-Medical Courses GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES FOR MALE & FEMALE (M&F) in DEIPara-Medical CoursesFaculty of Alternative Systems of MedicineA Y U H AAyurveda Yoga Unani Homoeopathy AcupressureTechnology ParksQuantum-Nano CentreSolar Grid, Wind-Mill, Biogas
20 CREDIT-BASED MODULE COURSES Advanced Certificate/ Double Module1 semesterSkill component-18/24 creditsGeneral education-12/12 creditsDiploma/4-Module2 semestersSkill component-36/48 creditsGeneral education-24/24 creditsAdvanced Diploma/8-Module4 semestersSkill component-72 /96 creditsGeneral education-48 /48 creditsCertificate/Module3 monthsSkill component-9/12 creditsGeneral education-6/6 creditsEntryExit(Conventional Education)NVEQF Level-5NVEQF Level-6¼ Yr.8 WExit16 W½ Yr.32 W1 Yr.64 W2 Yr.Inter-linkages between the community college and university systems
21 Avenues for enhancing knowledge and upgrading skills after Class 10 Technical Education after Class X1-year Certificate Course VC Level 21-year DiplomaII YearIII Year (after IIIrd year student is eligible for Lateral Entry to II Year B.Tech)Modular CoursesOne Modular course Certificate course (12 credits) + 6 credits of Gen.EducationDiploma modular courses in a stream (48 credits) + 24 credits of Gen. Education.
22 Avenues after Class 12 Technical Education After Class XII DiplomaIst YearIInd YearAfter II Year can become eligible for Lateral Entry in II year B.Tech.Diploma IIIrd YearCommunity CollegeOne Year ProgrammeDegree(Conventional)UGPGPhD(Vocational)I Year(Can exit with Diploma)II Year(Can exit withAdv. Diploma )B. Voc. DegreeIII YearMasters/ PGOne Year Certificate CoursesVC Level 2
24 School, Vocational, Technical & University Education streams at DEI Linkages betweenSchool, Vocational, Technical & University Education streams at DEIUniversityEducationSchoolVocationalTechnical
25 Model for vertical and horizontal progression among vocational, technical and general education in DEI
26 From skills to entrepreneurship at DEI Lateral connectivity through linkages between school, vocational, technical and conventional educationLinkages across its different Faculties from SHTEM (Science, Humanities, Technology, Education and Management)Allows a skilled workman to return to education and enhance his skills and knowledge, and continuously improve his capability and competitivenessTakes entrepreneurship to rural areas; creates opportunities for growth by utilizing traditional knowledge, locational, climatic and other advantagesLaboratories, workshops and testing facilities can be extended on cost basis; equipment can be rented outMicro-finance schemes can be rolled out to support start-upsThe Entrepreneurship Virtual Incubation Cell (EVIC) is a valuable resource
27 The DEI Education Policy includes and emphasizes cooperative entrepreneurial education with multiple linkages, ranging from household to international industry sector through a SEZ-NDBMS* framework for growth and development of MSME’s (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) in the country*SEZ-NDBMS: Special Economic Zone-Satellite Nodal Points/ Districts (ND Points) - Satellite Big Villages (B-points) - Satellite Medium Villages (M-points) - Satellite Small villages (S-points)
28 ‘Open-ended tinkering labs’ A proposal for early stage intervention through‘Open-ended tinkering labs’to fostercreativity and innovativeentrepreneurial acumeninSecondary level students
29 Discovery Labs Pre-NVEQF Levels (-2, -1 and 0) for Class VI to Class VIII
30 ObjectivesTo provide young students with space stocked with a wide variety of tools and resources to :explore, innovate, experiment, create and discover themselves in a vibrant and open-ended atmosphere.inculcate idea sharing, resource sharing and combine it with their own inspiration and explorations.
31 3-fold benefitsIndividual Skill development for better employment opportunities Social - Developing skilled labour force for economic growth. Integrating the younger generation at the work place and in society. Preventing social marginalization Economic growth at individual level, social level and in the business.
32 University/ Community College System of Education NVEQF FrameworkDiscovery Labs
33 Why Discovery Labs ?Discovery Labs will provide play-way opportunities to young learners to discover their true talents and individual passion and pursue these alongside their main studies. Young students from all backgrounds will share the same fun- filled learning experience through well-structured tinkering activities, leading to multiple skill generation. Through structured and play-way learning, creativity, confidence and competence will be inculcated. This will motivate and inspire the young learners and boost their self-esteem, enhancing their academic performance.
34 Discovery Labs Stage-1: Open-ended, supervised learning for discovering natural talents and aptitude Mechanics, Robotics and ProgrammingDisassembly of old electronic toys and household gadgets, identifying the functions of different parts and creating new toys from the working parts.Small projects through educational electronics kits. Basic programming logic.Class VI onwards..Discovery LabsFostering creativity andskills throughstructured and supervisedtinkering activitiesArts, Crafts, Sewing, Drawing and PaintingExperiment with colors and waste materials to create small products.How to make papier-mache and hand-made paper from old waste papers.Gardening, Nursery, Manure & CompostingOpen-to-sky labswhich are:Seasonal FloralGardenVeggie GardenPurposefulSmartConnectedTeaching environmental awareness,bio-diversity, caring and usefulnessDecision-making, planning, sharing of ideas and resourcesConnecting with nature and with each other.Open Music LabsOpen Music Labs give an opportunity to youngsters to find their own rhythms. Indian, western, fusion music (Vocal & Instrumental).Music Workshops - making of instruments and and the science behind it.
35 Discovery Labs Stage-2: Structured Learning framework serving as pre-NVEQF apprenticeship for girls Class VI (Level -2)Discovery StageClass VII (Level -1)Class VIII (Level 0)Repair of small kitchen appliancesRepair of small electronic appliances: cell phone, computers, printersWooden ToysWeavingTailoring & SewingDress designingHerbal & floral expertAgri- & Dairy FarmingPotteryStuffed toysBasic food processingFood preservation and processingBasic Web designingICT practices for accountancy and office procedures
36 Discovery Labs Stage-2: Structured Learning framework serving as pre-NVEQF apprenticeship for boys Class VI (Level -2)Discovery StageClass VII (Level -1)Class VIII (Level 0)Measurement, drawing & basic carpentryFurniture and wooden toysRepair of household appliancesElectricianAutomobile repairFour wheelersHerbal & floral expertAgri - & Dairy FarmingPump repairRefrigerator repairBasic food processingFood preservation and processingBasic Web designingICT practices for accountancy and office procedures
38 Outline of the framework Sigma Six approach for achieving excellence through quality, values, innovation and creativity1.Generation & use of Renewable (solar) Energy4. Air-quality monitoring2. Water-quality monitoring5. Agriculture & Dairy3. Education & Healthcare6. Values education & Women’s empowermentOutline of the frameworkStrengthening rural zones by creation of village clustersFostering economic relationships within these clusters for cooperative progress, growth and self-sustainabilityExchanging folk skills and practicesIdentifying natural- and skill-based resources in rural zones and creating Community Garages (workshops) to promote activities around these resources.Value–addition by making the end-user an integral part of innovationConnecting these zones to urban economiesProviding opportunities for life-long learning and skill acquisition
40 Initiatives for the upliftment of Rural and Tribal Belt with special focus on womenInitiatives for the upliftment of Rural and Tribal BeltWith Special Focus on WomenInitiatives for the upliftment of Rural and Tribal BeltWith Special Focus on WomenInitiatives for the upliftment of Rural and Tribal Beltwith special focus on womenInitiatives for the upliftment of Rural and Tribal Beltwith special focus on womenInitiatives for the upliftment of Rural and Tribal Beltwith special focus on womenAAM Garages (Automotive & Multi-skill Garages)ATMA (Apparel & Toy Making Association)(Agriculture & Dairy Nano Processing of Multi-Products)ADyNaMAAM Garages (Automotive & Multi-skill Garages)ATMA (Apparel & Toy Making Association)(Agriculture & Dairy Nano Processing of Multi-Products)ADyNaMAAM Garages (Automotive & Multi-skill Garages)ATMA (Apparel & Toy Making Association)(Agriculture & Dairy Nano Processing of Multi-Products)ADyNaMAAM Garages (Automotive & Multi-skill Garages)ATMA (Apparel & Toy Making Association)(Agriculture & Dairy Nano Processing of Multi-Products)ADyNaMAAM Garages (Automotive & Multi-skill Garages)ATMA (Apparel & Toy Making Association)(Agriculture & Dairy Nano Processing of Multi-Products)ADyNaMAAM Garages (Automotive & Multi-skill Garages)ATMA (Apparel & Toy Making Association)(Agriculture & Dairy Nano Processing of Multi-Products)ADyNaM
41 DEI’s Innovation Corridor AmritsarSkills: 3D PrintingProtyping & ICTMurar (Bihar)AgricultureSkills: Agro-processingDayalbagh Educational InstituteRajaborari(tribal belt, MP)Skills: Bamboo plantation, furniture and accessories, medicinal plantsMTVpuram (Tamil Nadu)Skills: Palm weaving, agriculture, terracottaExchange of traditional practices and skills for value addition.Dissemination of technical skills for connectivity and accessibility to informationDEI’s Innovation Corridor