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Higher Education In Nepal

Author : Krishna Bista
ISBN : 9781351139182
Genre : Education
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This book presents a showcase of discussions and critical perspectives about Nepalese higher education. Its chapters cover topics such as the impacts of local sociopolitical changes and global forces on public and private education, emerging online and distance education, administrative and intellectual leadership, quality assessment, graduate employability, global mobility of students, and the contributions of global diaspora of Nepalese scholars. The central questions of the book are: What are some of the local and global academic interactions in Nepalese higher education and what are the current challenges and pathways for advancements and improvements? How can Nepalese higher education absorb twenty-first century values of quality education as external forces, while adapting new developments to local needs? How can scholars interested in Nepalese, South Asian, and international higher education create opportunities for scholarship and professional collaboration around research on higher education in this region of South Asia? What issues and perspectives can research and scholarship about Nepal’s higher education offer to international discourse in higher education? The book offers information and resources to international educators interested in the dynamics of Nepalese and, by implication, South Asian higher education by introducing key challenges in policy and programs, innovative changes in curricula, effective approaches in technology application, and strategies for future integration of global reforms in education.

Case Method Of Teaching And Learning On Higher Education Of Nepal A Comprehensive Study

Author : Dr. Dhruba Lal Pandey
ISBN : 9781716365072
Genre : Art
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Case study method was, at first, introduced in Harvard School of Law. In 1920s, Harvard Business School professors decided to introduce innovative teaching method. As a result, they introduced case method in teaching-learning process. They used case method in MBA at first. They introduced case method because it force the students to analyse the situation and find solution as a manager, CEO, and board member. It is expected from the students that they assess the facts, make analysis, evaluate the alternatives and take decision individually and collectively. Case method of teaching forces to the students for depth preparation, full participation, expose their thinking from multiple view points, analyse the situation and take decisions. Since 1924, the case is considered as an effective teaching tool to the students of business and management and used widely in Harvard Business School. Nowadays, case method is used in all MBA and executive MBA and other similar nature of the professional business courses. Today, case method has been adopted by most of the business school all over the world.

International Journal Of Multidisciplinary Perspectives In Higher Education 2019 Vol 4 No 1

Author : Shyam Sharma
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Genre : Education
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The International Journal of Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Higher Education (Print ISSN 2474-2546 & Online ISSN 2474-2554) is a double-blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal that seeks to create conversations about education—especially the policy, practice, and research on teaching and learning—among scholars across the academic disciplines and across national and cultural borders. www.ojed.org/jimphe DOI: https://doi.org/10.32674/jimphe.v4i1

English Medium Instruction Practices In Higher Education

Author : Jim McKinley
ISBN : 9781350167865
Genre : Education
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With the exponential growth of English-Medium Instruction (EMI) provision in higher education, which is rapidly outpacing empirical research, this book outlines approaches to EMI in a range of regional contexts to exemplify different interpretations of implementing EMI policy in higher education. The book provides an in-depth understanding of evolving interpretations, challenges and current policies on a global level, through the exploration of case studies from Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Colombia, Denmark, Estonia, Ethiopia, Georgia, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Mexico, Nepal, the Netherlands, Poland, South Africa, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnam. The case studies, which outline how EMI policy is implemented, are presented in three sections, at the national, institutional and classroom levels (macro, meso, and micro), using a variety of research tools, including policy analysis, stakeholders' conceptualisations of EMI, observations of EMI in practice and context analysis

China S Soft Power And Higher Education In South Asia

Author : Romi Jain
ISBN : 9781000388817
Genre : Education
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This empirical work illuminates how China uses the higher education mechanism in South Asia to advance its national interests and investigates the outcomes for China, including both challenges and opportunities. Using a soft power theoretical framework, this book employs the case study of Nepal, a South Asian country of profound geostrategic value for the two competing powers of China and India. Illustrating how higher education is the mechanism for achieving soft power goals, it draws on data analysis based on archival sources and interviews with China and South Asia experts, including academics and politico-bureaucratic elites, as well as interviews with Nepalese students and alumni. Importantly though, this book advances an innovative conceptual model of geointellect to trace the evolving dimensions of China’s global dominance in higher education, research, and innovation paradigm, especially in the context of the Belt and Road Initiative and ultimately reveals how foreign policy and higher education policy reinforce each other in the context of China. China’s Soft Power and Higher Education in South Asia provides an empirically rich resource for students and scholars of education, international relations, Asian studies, and China’s soft power.

Innovative Strategies In Higher Education For Accelerated Human Resource Development In South Asia

Author : Asian Development Bank
ISBN : 9789292573072
Genre : Education
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This publication is part of a series of six country reports on technical and vocational education and training (TVET) and higher education in Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Each report presents current arrangements and initiatives in the respective country's skills development strategies. These are complemented by critical analyses to determine key issues, challenges, and opportunities for innovative strategies toward global competitiveness, increased productivity, and inclusive growth. The emphasis is to make skills training more relevant, efficient, and responsive to emerging domestic and international labor markets. The reports were finalized in 2013 under the Australian AID-supported Phase 1 of Subproject 11 (Innovative Strategies for Accelerated Human Resource Development) of Regional Technical Assistance 6337 (Development Partnership Program for South Asia).

Asian Higher Education

Author : Grace Mak
ISBN : 0313289018
Genre : Education
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Expert contributors review the state of higher education in 20 Asian countries.

Higher Education And The Covid 19 Pandemic

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ISBN : 9789004520554
Genre : Education
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Higher Education and the COVID-19 Pandemic explores how higher education institutions and systems around the world responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, managed transition to online learning, and adjusted to the new post-COVID reality.

Innovative Technologies And Pedagogical Shifts In Nepalese Higher Education

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ISBN : 9789004448865
Genre : Education
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This book presents key innovations resulting from the implementation of online learning with specific emphasis on gender and epistemological equality in Nepalese Higher Education.

Cross Border Partnerships In Higher Education

Author : Robin Sakamoto
ISBN : 9781136954139
Genre : Education
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Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education looks beyond student and faculty exchanges to examine the myriad ways international colleges and universities work together as institutions. These partnerships have involved the creation of branch campuses, joint research and technology initiatives, collaboration in strengthening institutional management, testing, faculty development efforts, collaboration in quality assurance, and sharing of technology. Cross-national collaborations are a growing financial and informational resource for universities, and non-Western schools are increasingly taking part. The volume provides an overview of the purposes and types of cross-border collaborations, an analysis of the benefits, and an examination of issues arising from these efforts. A cross-cutting goal is to provide a critical look at the models being employed, the challenges encountered, and the unintended consequences of such collaboration, both positive and negative. The book is intended for scholars and students of international higher education, higher education leaders and practitioners who are charting a course toward greater cross-border collaboration, and leaders in international development assistance organizations that are often asked to support such initiatives.

Contexts For Diversity And Gender Identities In Higher Education

Author : Jaimie Hoffman
ISBN : 9781787560581
Genre : Education
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This volume provides educators with a global understanding of the challenges associated with equity and inclusion in higher education, and it provides evidence-based strategies for addressing the challenges associated with implementing equity and inclusion at higher education institutions around the world.

Simultaneous Identities Language Education And Nationalism In Nepal

Author : Uma Pradhan
ISBN : 9781108489928
Genre : Political Science
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Explores 'simultaneity' to show 'unresolved co-presences' of contradictory ways through which people maintain multi-layered identities.

Shaping A Humane World Through Global Higher Education

Author : Edward J. Valeau
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Genre : Education
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The book Shaping a Humane World through Global Higher Education: Pre-Challenges and Post Opportunities during a Pandemic, is a series of empirical studies and essays originally presented in the 2020 Virtual Star Scholar conference: The Humane World hosted by the University of Kathmandu, Nepal. The authors represent five countries: Australia, Kenya, Malaysia, Nepal, and the United States. Their voices represent issues important in both the Global North and the Global South and what in particular is needed to design essential policies and training required to achieve success. Editors Edward J. Valeau, Ed.D. is Superintendent/President Emeritus of Hartnell Community College District in Salinas, California, USA. Rosalind Raby, Ph.D., is a Senior Lecturer at California State University, Northridge, in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department of the College of Education, USA. Uttam Gaulee, Ph.D., is a Professor in the advanced studies, leadership, and policy department at Morgan State University, USA.

Literacy Education

Author : Ryker Kirk
ISBN : 9781839472275
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Today, as globalisation becomes the norm and the need for development and progress ever more pressing, education and literacy have become crucial, more than ever before. However, even as developed nations continue to seek new alternatives to constantly improve their educational processes and objectives, developing nations have yet to tackle the problem of illiteracy. This book in the literacy and education provide a discourse on the need for literacy for every human being, with particular reference to developing nations. The emphasis is on delineating the interdependent relationship between literacy and education, stress also being laid on the need for literacy to settle in as the base for education. It also makes an effort to delvelop deep into globally changing socio-economic-political changes and ambitions, and the changing perspectives a literacy which has emerged as a result of these changes. The book deals in details about various developments that have taken place and also highlights future plans. The author hope students of social sciences and general studies would find the book of great value to them.

Cross Border Tertiary Education A Way Towards Capacity Development

Author : OECD
ISBN : 9789264038493
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This book discusses the concept of capacity-building for tertiary education through cross-border education, emphasising the critical role of quality assurance and trade negotiations.

Survey Of Researches In Education

Author : Prof. Sunil Kumar Singh
ISBN : 9789354068744
Genre : Education
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Education is a positive construct which empowers people to make use of its potentialities in the best ways to achieve excellence. Research in this endeavour tries to resolve various problems related to education, educational process and educational advancements. Thereby, keeping education updated and advanced in turn preparing updated positive and constructive citizens of the society. Today an educated person is expected to be equipped with the most advanced knowledge, skills, humane values and digitalisation, including evaluation of existing policies and bringing out components & variables to be covered by forthcoming policies. Thus, research is positively correlated with the human and material development, ensuring humane and developed society. The strength of an institution is reflected by the researches undertaken by the members over there. It gives me immense pleasure to note that survey of research abstracts in Faculty of Education, Banaras Hindu University has been completed and ready for its publication in hard and soft mode. The present volume includes 256 abstracts since 1952, including most recent D.Litt. abstract in education. This survey no doubt presents a trend of researches understudy. These abstracts will certainly pave educational paths to solving recent educational issues. A commendable contribution has been done by the team of publication. This will have a long-term impact on future researchers. Moreover, preservation of research knowledge, covering 33 identified educational areas and its dissemination were much needed and expected for the cause of quality research. I am sure, the volume will serve its qualitative purpose to researchers, teachers, administrators and policy-makers in India and abroad. We are grateful to Prof.D.P.Singh, Chairman, University Grants Commission, New Delhi (India) for writing foreword for this volume and motivating us. I convey my heartfelt gratitude to all the members of publication team for their concerted efforts in bringing out this precious volume. Date: 13th April, 2020 (Prof. R.P. Shukla) Banaras Hindu University Head and Dean Varanasi-10 Faculty of Education.

Higher Education In Nepal

Author : Krishna Bista
ISBN : 9781351139199
Genre : Education
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This book presents a showcase of discussions and critical perspectives about Nepalese higher education. Its chapters cover topics such as the impacts of local sociopolitical changes and global forces on public and private education, emerging online and distance education, administrative and intellectual leadership, quality assessment, graduate employability, global mobility of students, and the contributions of global diaspora of Nepalese scholars. The central questions of the book are: What are some of the local and global academic interactions in Nepalese higher education and what are the current challenges and pathways for advancements and improvements? How can Nepalese higher education absorb twenty-first century values of quality education as external forces, while adapting new developments to local needs? How can scholars interested in Nepalese, South Asian, and international higher education create opportunities for scholarship and professional collaboration around research on higher education in this region of South Asia? What issues and perspectives can research and scholarship about Nepal’s higher education offer to international discourse in higher education? The book offers information and resources to international educators interested in the dynamics of Nepalese and, by implication, South Asian higher education by introducing key challenges in policy and programs, innovative changes in curricula, effective approaches in technology application, and strategies for future integration of global reforms in education.

Management For Sustainable And Inclusive Development In A Transforming Asia

Author : Hiromi Shioji
ISBN : 9789811581953
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book identifies the ongoing management issues and compatible management systems for sustainable and inclusive development in a transforming Asia. In the dynamic process of economic development in Asia, many positive and also negative issues have arisen. Since the latter half of the 1990s, the network economy based on digital technologies began to be established and technological and cross-border transfer of managerial knowledge became easier. This change in technological and market structure now requires companies to meet another dimension of competition. In this new paradigm, many Asian companies are struggling with turbulent new managerial and organizational issues together with economic and social problems that concentrate at the bottom of the pyramid. This book elucidates these issues, keeping sustainability and inclusiveness in mind. The book is highly recommended not only for academicians but also business people who seek an in-depth and up-to-date overview of dynamically changing business and industrial structures in Asia focusing on sustainability and inclusion issues.

International Encyclopedia Of Higher Education

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ISBN : UOM:39015036035262
Genre : Education, Higher
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Higher Education For Business In Developing Nations

Author : Govind Ram Agrawal
ISBN : UOM:39015076318271
Genre : Business education
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