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FAREWELL AND NEW BEGINININGS
On August 15, 2014, HEIRA ceases to exist under that name.
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File Final report submitted to Karnataka Jnana Aayoga (Karnataka Knowledge Commission), Government of Karnataka
Final report submitted to Karnataka Jnana Aayoga (Karnataka Knowledge Commission), Government of Karnataka by Arkalgud Ramaprasad, Tejaswini Niranjana, Tanveer Hasan, Chetan Singai, Bhumika Dhanaraju Higher Education Innovation & Research Application (HEIRA) Centre for the Study of Culture and Society (CSCS) Karnataka’s roadmap for a knowledge society envisages the inclusion, expansion, and excellence of institutions for creation, dissemination, and application of knowledge in education, health, agriculture, urban development, and rural development (Karnataka Knowledge Commission, 2011). To traverse the roadmap the state will need to map the system’s aspirations, its current state, determine the gaps between the two, and develop strategies to bridge the gap. The objectives of this study are to: 1. Map the stated aspirations and ground reality of Karnataka’s Higher Education System; and 2. Determine and analyze the gaps between the two. We use an ontological framework (Ramaprasad 2011) to map the state-of-the-aspiration and the state-of-the-practice of the system. The aspiration of each institution was inferred from their vision statements, mission statements, objectives, Vice Chancellor’s speeches and similar documents available on the website of the institutions. The data for mapping the state-of-the-practice were collected from a number of institutional and external sources. The internal sources of data were the institution’s annual reports, IQAC (Internal Quality Assurance Cell) reports, AQAR (Annual Quality Assurance Reports) reports, magazines, brochures, orientation program material, convocation speeches, annual budgets, and newsletters. The external sources of data were the UGC (University Grants Commission), NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council), rankings and surveys, selective online portals, ICSSR (Indian Council for Social Science Research), AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education), MCI (Medical Council of India), Association of Indian Universities, and NBA (National Board of Accreditation) established by AICTE.
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File Final report submitted to Karnataka Jnana Aayoga (Karnataka Knowledge Commission), Government of Karnataka (Kannada Report)
Final report submitted to Karnataka Jnana Aayoga (Karnataka Knowledge Commission), Government of Karnataka (Kannada Report) by Arkalgud Ramaprasad, Tejaswini Niranjana, Tanveer Hasan, Chetan Singai, Bhumika Dhanaraju Higher Education Innovation & Research Application (HEIRA) Centre for the Study of Culture and Society (CSCS) Karnataka’s roadmap for a knowledge society envisages the inclusion, expansion, and excellence of institutions for creation, dissemination, and application of knowledge in education, health, agriculture, urban development, and rural development (Karnataka Knowledge Commission, 2011). To traverse the roadmap the state will need to map the system’s aspirations, its current state, determine the gaps between the two, and develop strategies to bridge the gap. The objectives of this study are to: 1. Map the stated aspirations and ground reality of Karnataka’s Higher Education System; and 2. Determine and analyze the gaps between the two. We use an ontological framework (Ramaprasad 2011) to map the state-of-the-aspiration and the stateof- the-practice of the system. The aspiration of each institution was inferred from their vision statements, mission statements, objectives, Vice Chancellor’s speeches and similar documents available on the website of the institutions. The data for mapping the state-of-the-practice were collected from a number of institutional and external sources. The internal sources of data were the institution’s annual reports, IQAC (Internal Quality Assurance Cell) reports, AQAR (Annual Quality Assurance Reports) reports, magazines, brochures, orientation program material, convocation speeches, annual budgets, and newsletters. The external sources of data were the UGC (University Grants Commission), NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council), rankings and surveys, selective online portals, ICSSR (Indian Council for Social Science Research), AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education), MCI (Medical Council of India), Association of Indian Universities, and NBA (National Board of Accreditation) established by AICTE
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