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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Challenges in Education Sector : Challenges in Education Sector Presentation by Vipin Sahni Director Quality Council of India 27 July, LBSNAA, Mussoorie Current Scenario in India : Current Scenario in India World’ well known higher education institutions Challenge of maintaining quality of education in primary and secondary schools, vocational studies, distance education New emerging professions (like BPOs, clinical research, aviation, travel, tourism etc.) Rough estimate of approx 8.8 lakhs elementary schools 3-4 lakhs upper primary schools 1.46 lakhs secondary and senior secondary schools Around 7.7 lakhs ISO 9000 certified schools and 1.1 lakhs ISO 14000 certified schools all over the world ???? Hubs of excellence but no synergy Need for Improvement in Quality in Schools : Need for Improvement in Quality in Schools Foundation for all further learning National Policy on Education - emphasizes the importance of giving special attention to quality aspects of primary education: Improved quality of school provision Focus on learning outcomes Teacher Capacity Building Slide 4: “ The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of world’s problems” Slide 5: How to ensure quality of education in schools? Slide 6: President’s address to QCI during the 2nd National Quality Conclave to formulate a quality accreditation system standard for schools and also develop a rating system for verifying the level of adherence. QCI developed a standard of educational quality management system with inputs from educationists, administrators, quality experts and interested parties including parents. Educational Quality Management Standard (for schools) : Educational Quality Management Standard (for schools) This standard has been developed with a view to define and implement systems to: provide educational services that aim to enhance satisfaction level of all interested parties, provide a basis for assessing and where required, rating the effectiveness of an educational quality management system, develop quality consciousness among interested parties involved in school activities. The standard focuses on establishing systems to enable learning, self development and improved performance. It encourages schools to pursue continual excellence. The standard is non- prescriptive; but its compliance is in conjunction with the applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. Salient features of this standard : Salient features of this standard Governance and management Leadership Responsibility and authority Quality coordinator Features (contd.) : Features (contd.) Resource management Financial resources Human resources Infrastructure Health and safety Work environment Features (contd.) : Features (contd.) Educational service realization Admissions and administrative support services Curriculum Delivery of education/teaching Examinations and assessments Social development Physical development Ethical values Compliance to statutory and regulatory requirements Features (contd.) : Features (contd.) Measurement, analysis & improvement Monitoring and measurement Self assessment Analysis of data Continual improvement Management review Application : Application The standard can be adapted; as a self assessment tool, (rating system to verify the maturity level has also been developed for third party accreditation/certification, by statutory and regulatory authorities. Accreditation Checklist : Accreditation Checklist Accreditation : Accreditation Accreditation relies on establishing technical competence of organization in terms of accreditation standards in delivering services with respect to its scope. It focuses on learning, self development, improved performance and reducing risk. Accreditation is based on optimum standards, professional accountability and encourages organization to pursue continual excellence. Regulation : Regulation An instrument mandated by the Government to impose set of conditions, which an educational institute must comply with, before and after it is permitted to operate in the country. It is based on the minimum standards, inspection, enforcement and public accountability Regulation Vs Accreditation : Regulation Vs Accreditation Regulation is mandatory Accreditation is voluntary Accreditation is promoted by way of incentives and market forces In order to achieve best of both worlds, regulation in time to come can simply rely on accreditation Win Win Situation : Win Win Situation Government Regulation Body Accreditation Body Schools Interested Parties Schools Interested Parties Quality Council of India (QCI) : Quality Council of India (QCI) QCI is an autonomous body set up by Govt. of India to establish and operate accreditation structure in the country. Objectives of QCI : Objectives of QCI Establish & operate accreditation structure in the country for conformity assessment bodies Provide right and unbiased information on quality & related standards Promote quality in national perspective Represent India’s interest in international forums Help establish brand equity of Indian products and services Structure of QCI : Structure of QCI Quality Council of India National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) National Board for Quality Promotion (NBQP) National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) Quality Information and Enquiry Service National Accreditation Board for Personnel and Training (NABPT) National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH) Slide 21: Thank you Quality Council of India II Floor, Institution of Engineers Building Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110 002 Tel : + 11 2337 932, 2337 8056, 2337 8057 Fax + 11 2337 9621 firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.qcin.org You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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