Three Solutions for Reforming Indian Higher Education

Comparative and International Education Society’s (CIES) Higher Education Special Interest Group (HESIG) published its fall 2014 issue on BRIC countries. I have contributed an article on the reforming Indian higher education. I recommend three solutions to manage the complexity of the system: First, enforce higher standards of transparency and disclosures for private higher education institutions; second, strengthen the vocational and doctoral education pipeline; third, professionalize the sector through stronger institutional responsibility.
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The special “BRIC” issue includes related articles on following themes:
  • Chinese MOOCs on the Way: Opportunities and Challenges Yu Zhang, Yeqin Kang, and Manli Lia
  • Higher Education in Brazil: Different Worlds and Diverse Beliefs, Elizabeth Balbachevsky
  • Dispelling Illusions of Homogeneity: Growing Disparities in Higher Education Access in the Post-Soviet Regions, Anatoly Oleksiyenko
  • Public Funding and the Beginning of a New Era in Higher Education in Brazil, Danilo de Melo Costa