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© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation India-Canada College Forum: ACCC Congress February 6, 2012 Dr. Ajay Kela, President and CEO
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation Agenda The India OpportunityTypes of Support NeededHow Best to Provide the Support
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation The Supply Side
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation The Demand Side Booming Economy High demand for entry and mid skills jobs Healthcare workers Banking and Retail sales agents, Paralegals and Paramedics Other white collar employees Pic: IBAB Bangalore Pic: Bpovoice.com
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation The Gap High school graduates lack skills and
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation Companies Are Responding Maruti Suzuki (Manufacturing) Narayana Hrudayalaya (Healthcare) ICICI (Banking) The IT Companies: Wipro, Infosys, HCL, Cognizant (IT) LOSE-LOSE PROPOSITION
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation Government (MHRD) has Responded NVEQF National framework and recognition of skills education School Pilot Haryana pilot with 40 schools and 5000 students College Pilot Community College pilot with 200 Colleges and 100,000 students
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation What’s Needed: Capacity Development Skill Development Network FACULTY and ADMIN STAFF DEVELOPMENT FACULTY and ADMIN STAFF DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY CONNECTS AND CURRICULUM INDUSTRY CONNECTS AND CURRICULUM GOVERNANCE & OPERATIONS MODEL GOVERNANCE & OPERATIONS MODEL TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM Government Policy, Framework, Funding Job Specs and Standards Industry COMMUNITY COLLEGES COMMUNITY COLLEGES SECONDARY SCHOOLS SECONDARY SCHOOLS INDIVIDUAL LEARNERS INDIVIDUAL LEARNERS
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation Typical Issues to Address: Governance : What are the various governing structure in community colleges in Canada? What Governance models work best for what different conditions? Stakeholder Collaboration: What are the different roles played by the industry partners in community college? What are the institutional mechanisms in place for industry collaboration? Curriculum design, Education delivery, Providing / sharing resources, internship, assessments and placements) What are the key ways in which CCs connects with the local community? Suggestions on how best and when to engage with the different stakeholders? College Systems, Programs and Capacity Building University Prep versus Skilling for Work: How to manage this dual mission? Should there be a singular focus? What are the different categories of programs run by the CC? The overall credit structure of the Associate Degree program(s) and other short term programs run by CCs. How to recruit /source right profile of Teachers and Administration staff? How best to leverage technology in delivering courses, running systems and encouraging collaboration? General Advice to Indian Leaders that will be engaged in the 200 College Pilot: What could be suggestions for Indian CCs as a possible high level road map for the first two years? How could Indian CCs go about training and development of Teachers and Administrative staff? What are the possible areas for collaboration between CCs in your country / your CC and Indian CCs?
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation Best Way to Support: Engage with Central Government for: Governance models Credit and workforce development systems Curriculum design and development IT systems support for running the systems, programs and for collaboration Engage with State Governments and Individual Colleges: Leadership development and training Faculty training Industry partnerships Online learning technologies Engage with Foundations and other NGO’s Assistance with navigating central and state governments Joint programs on capacity and system development
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation Wadhwani Foundation Vision and Mission Accelerating economic development in emerging economies Creating Jobs for Millions INDIA BANGLADESH USA We achieve high quality, large scale impact by creating opportunity networks and leveraging technology as lynchpins of all our Initiatives
© Copyright Wadhwani Foundation WF Initiatives and Goals: Accelerate employability through skill development We revolutionize skill development through use of technology to create millions of highly-skilled knowledge workers, globally 5 Year Target: Skill and place 5MM in sustainable high-quality jobs Enable large scale job creation through entrepreneurship We inspire, educate, and support first generation entrepreneurs to create millions of jobs 5 Year Target: Create half a million high-value jobs Impact policies to accelerate India/US economic activity We strengthen the India-US relationship through a shared vision and a policy framework for economic acceleration 5 Year Target: Facilitate policy frameworks and actionable high impact policies that further US India economic development and cooperation. Empower the educated disabled We mainstream the educated disabled into corporate jobs 5 Year Target: Train and place 100,000 into mainstream corporate jobs Promote world class research and innovation We propel India towards leadership in innovation by enabling world-class research and industry creation 5 Year Target: Facilitate and enable world class research at several prestigious Institutes in high-impact areas
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