Higher education has developed in numerous ways. The issues such as autonomy and accountability, the impact of technology, the growing role of markets and the privatization of higher education, the role of research and teaching, various efforts toward curriculum reform, and the massive expansion that has characterized higher education systems in most countries have all played important roles in the development of higher education. Universities are international institutions, with common historical roots, and at the same time are embedded in national cultures and circumstances. It is worthwhile to examine the contemporary challenges to higher education in comparative perspective, as most issues affect academe everywhere. This book is prepared for students, teachers, researchers and for all those associated with higher education planning and development.
Divya Sharma is Assistant Professor of Educations, is the faculty advisor for the students college of the HLM College of Education, Rewari (Haryana). She is the author of Ã¢â‚¬Å“Higher and Elementary EducationÃ¢â‚¬Â a series writer to help students understand and like education a little better. She has obtained M. Ed. From Nagpur University. Nagpur in 1998. She is NET qualified organized by University Grant Commission in 2002. She has participated in various national and international conferences of repute. She has published 15 articles in various journals of Indian and abroad.
1.Policies in Higher Education -- Pg. 1
2. Quality and Equality in Higher Education -- Pg. 29
3.Evalution Politics of Higher Education -- Pg. 45
4.Higher Education Administration and his Development-- Pg. 75
5.Student Development Administrative Models -- Pg. 103
6.Techniques and Strategies for higher Education Evaluation -- Pg. 121
7.Theories and Administration of Higher Education -- Pg. 137
8.Systems Planning in Higher Education -- Pg. 159
9. Capital Outlays of Instructional Technology -- Pg. 203
10. Student Assessment in Higher Education -- Pg. 223
11.Developing a Campus Climate for 21st Century -- Pg. 235
12.Role Of Government in Higher Education Administration -- Pg. 249
Bibliography -- Pg. 273
Index -- Pg. 277