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1 Business School Collaboration Between The UK and India Dr Kamlesh Misra (Director) Institute for International Management and Technology (kmisra@iimtobu.ac.in)kmisra@iimtobu.ac.in Grant Clendining (Principal Lecturer) Oxford Brookes University Business School (gbclendining@brookes.ac.uk)gbclendining@brookes.ac.uk

2 Business School IIMT- Gurgaon

3 Business School Market Size For Higher Education In India 54 percent of the population in the country, are aged 24 years and below in 2001, constituting 35 percent in the ages 0-14 years and 19 percent in the ages 15-24 years. The combined proportion of these two age groups is expected to fall from 54 percent in 2001 to 39 percent in 2026. The average Indian will be expected to be of 31 years old in 2026 compared to 23 years old in 2001. Source: GOI Census 2001

4 Business School Percentage of Population by Age Group 2001-2026 Source: GOI Census 2001

5 Business School Population Pyramid 2001 Source: GOI Census 2001

6 Business School Percentage of Enrolment of Relevant Age Group in Higher Education Year1960197019801990200020042006 %1.54.24.75.96.06.867.1 Source: Report of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) Committee

7 Business School Structure & Scale of Indian Higher Education

8 Business School Number of Higher Education Institutions YearCentral Univ. State Univ. Deemed Univ. Institute of National Importance Private Univ. Total 1950-51324---27 1960-6144122-49 1970-7157999-102 1980-817105119-132 1990-9110137299-185 20051820595187343 Source: Report of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) Committee

9 Business School Stage-wise Enrolment of Students StageUniv. Department Affiliated Colleges Total% In Affil. Colleges Graduate86433580030438867378 (89.09%) 90.25 Post- Graduate 315503598229913732 (9.18%) 65.47 Research58321717065491 (0.66%) 10.95 Diploma/ Certificate 5876148114106905 (1.07%) 45.03 Grand Total129692086565869953506 (100%) 86.97 Source: Report of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) Committee

10 Business School Faculty-wise Enrolment of Students FacultyTotal Enrolment% of Total Arts449072345.12 Science203505920.44 Management/ Com179063617.99 Engineering/Tech7166527.20 Medicine3134893.15 Law3036293.05 Education1460391.47 Others837210.84 Agriculture587000.59 Vet. Science148580.15 Grand Total9953506100.00 Source: Report of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) Committee

11 Business School Public Vs Private Medical & Engineering Colleges Medical CollegesEngineering Colleges ZoneGovt.Pvt.% Pvt.Govt.Pvt.% Pvt. North261231.56918672.9 South375157.97059789.5 East1000.0217578.1 West272244.92514985.6 Total1008545.9185100784.5 Source: Based on Medical Council of India and AICTE figures.

12 Business School Creating UK-India Academic Partnerships IIMT-Oxford Brookes University: A Success Model

13 Business School Why Indians Want Higher Education? Cultural Social impact of unemployment Competitive nature of jobs Noble profession Many role models Respect & family status Means to climb the economic ladder

14 Business School Why a British Degree? International recognition for quality, credibility comparability and transferability Highly competitive nature of state higher education system, especially entrance to premier institutions Lack of opportunity and provision in relevant segments Increase in purchasing power Lack of innovative & contemporary courses Education not driven by market forces Increase in information & communication Post 9/11 visa restriction for USA Similarity of the Indian & British systems

15 Business School Achieving International Credibility Mechanisms: The curriculum and assessment Facilities Academic staff Students Work placement Academic standing Employment

16 Business School Benefits to IIMT Students From a British Degree Acceptance of international universities (Lancaster, Edinburgh, North Texas, Johnson & Whales, Cordon Bleu etc) International internships (100% for all students in the last three years) International employment (87%) Credit transfer Reduced cost of an international degree Superior infrastructure Personalized attention & grooming

17 Business School Factors Influencing the Credibility of the Partnership Commitment of the local partner & OBU Long-term perspective Industry support as backers Involvement of OBU during the design phase of IIMT Faculty recruitment & development Administrative process & quality control systems

18 Business School Cont… Curriculum development, & programme Delivery External examiners Liaison manager Buddy system Electronic access Infrastructure

19 Business School Problems Faced Lack of local recognition Initial problems in branding Getting quality faculty to deliver the programme. Delivery of the first cycle of the programme

20 Business School Why the Partnership has Worked Openness on both sides of the partnership Role of liaison manager Universal quality standards between IIMT & OBU Detailed operations manual Constructive system of feedback from the external examiners Frequent visits and exchange of ideas Involvement at the highest level of leadership of OBU & IIMT Excellent working relationship and understanding of each others problems Prior experience of IIMT faculty in delivering British degrees.

21 Business School SWE PLACEMENTS AROUND THE WORLD

22 Business School SWE & Final Placements in UK

23 Business School Participating Hotels

24 Business School Employment Success on Graduation

25 Business School Problems Faced Lack of local recognition Initial problems in branding Getting quality faculty to deliver the programme. Delivery of the first cycle of the programme

26 Business School The Future Government Regulations to be relaxed for Partnerships. Government to permit opening of Foreign University Campuses. 100% FDI to be permitted in Education. Market for Professional & Technical Courses to continue to rise for next 15 year. Partnerships from the Top 20 Universities are expected in the next five years. Universities that have already created a Brand Name will benefit. Twining Programmes will be a major draw.


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