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Modernization of Higher Education in India

Nirmala Sharma (Editor) Vanita Singh (Editor)
Synopsis As educational systems become more marketised, colleges, schools and non-formal education agencies seeks to build relationships based more on viewing learners as customers rather than participants. The main role of the teacher-turned-classroom manager is to legitimate through mandated subject matter and educational practices a market-based conception of the learner as simply a consumer of information. The result of this incursion by commerce and the widespread seeping of managerialism, market - thinking and consumerism into the orientation of educators is a basic inability within many schooling systems and agencies of informal education to address critically questions around globalisation, branding and consumption.
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About the author

Nirmala Sharma

(Ms.) Nirmala Sharma after having her postgraduation in Sociology and Education taught for brief stint at college level. Currently she is engaged with her doctoral research. She has written many research papers, published work. Her area of interest aree women education, women empowerment and sociology of Dalits.

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Title Modernization of Higher Education in India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 30.01.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Alfa Publications
Language: English
isbn 8190713030
length viii+260p,.