logging in or signing up edu good governance Haggrid Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINTLite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 1226 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: November 29, 2007 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Educational Reforms for Good Governance : Educational Reforms for Good Governance Governance – Key to ending Poverty & Pollution 18th of June, 2005. Bombay, India. Chief Guest – Dr Ola Ullsten Chairman World Council for Corporate Governance & Former Prime Minister of Sweden By Krishan Khanna, Chairman & Founder of i WatchTransforming Education ………….…..The Challenge 1: Transforming Education ………….…..The Challenge 1 600 million are NOT literate (based on the 3R’s) 300 million unemployed/employable age, 18 to 50 (our estimate) 46 million registered with employment offices (GOI) 26 million born every year (GOI) 762 million or 71% below the age of 35 years (GOI) 290 million below poverty line @ Rs. 10/day (GOI) 490 million below poverty line @ US$ 1/day (WB) (our estimate) 700 million below poverty line @ US$ 2/day (WB) (our estimate) Per capita US$ 525 per person per year, US$1.64/day (GOI)Transforming Education ……………...The Challenge 2: Transforming Education ……………...The Challenge 2 Drop-out rate kindergarten to 10+2, is 94% 6% go for Higher & Technical education in 15,000 colleges 70% of all graduates are Arts Graduates 30% in Engineering, Medical, I.T., Software, Management, Commerce, Science, Law & special subjects About 3% of the Youth receive Relevant Education Balance 97% - how to address their aspirations?Transforming Education ………….…..The Challenge 3: Transforming Education ………….…..The Challenge 3 Rs. 78,000 cr. or US$18 billion/yr spent on education 10% by Central Govt. and 90% by State Governments. 4% of GDP spent on education – not enough – more required 9% of GDP or additional US$25 billion required per year Educational Cess may mobilize additional US$1.5 billion / yr Central & State Govts. are in deficit by 11% of GDP Private participation from citizens & NRI’s is a solution Relevant & World Class Education in Primary, Secondary, Vocational, Higher & Technical requiredTransforming Education ………Role of Government 1: Transforming Education ………Role of Government 1 Facilitator and not a Controller Like in Business & Industry remove License Raj All subsidies from higher education to be diverted to primary & secondary education Allow education to be recognized as an Enterprise Allow tax breaks in investment in Education till 2025 Recognize that education business is US$ 2500 billion per year. And is 5 times bigger than I.T. and software which is US$ 530 billion per yearTransforming Education ………Role of Government 2: Transforming Education ………Role of Government 2 Only 1% of new jobs go to Government, 2% to private ‘organized’ sector and 97% to ‘unorganized’ sector Relevance of Vocational Education & Training, where 95% of the population is given an opportunity to learn skills / trades / competence in 3000 areas. This is missing in INDIA! Can get engineers, but not international quality plumbers, masons, etc Education & Training is a big employment generator Capitation Fees will be resolved by decontrol & deregulation Fee Structure for 15,000 colleges cannot be decided by a group of Supreme Court Judges, but only by free & competitive market forces Transforming Education …….…..Actions to be taken: Transforming Education …….…..Actions to be taken Promote 100% literacy Decontrol & deregulate education as was Industry in 1991 Allow private participation in education with minimum of 25% free education for the SC/ST and Below Poverty Line population 100% Enterprise Skills Education in schools, Class 1st to 12th 95% of population for Vocational Education & Training Link-up Industry-Enterprise-Learning-Research – on a dynamic basis Make India as the world’s best and largest ‘Educational Hub’. Primary to Higher & Technical Education World Class Education will result in GOOD Governance for INDIAkrishan@vsnl.com www.wakeupcall.org: email@example.com www.wakeupcall.org Thank You You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.