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EXECUTIVESUMMARY AurangabadisthecapitalofMarathwada.Thecityhasexcellentgrowthpotentialduetoeverincreasingindustrial housesandtourismindustry.ThecityhasbecomeacenterofattractionforboththepopulationofMarathwadaas wellasthestateofMaharashtraandbeyondthat.Thishasdefinitelyincreasedthepressureonprovidingbetter education facilities in general and technical education in particular. Which goes without saying that, the professionaleducationisessentialforsocial,economicalandpoliticalgrowthofthecity. Ithasbeenwellrecognizedthatthecreationofnewknowledgeprimarilydependsonstrengtheningtheeducation systems,promotingindigenousresearch,innovationinlaboratoriesandtappingofforeignsourcesofknowledge through open access, foreign investment and technology licensing. It is envisaged that knowledge and wisdom shallshortlybecomethedriversoftomorrowseconomy.Theroleofuniversitiesinthisscenarioismultifaceted.It encompasses opening new vistas of learning, academic restructuring, up gradation of technology, traditional technologyredefined, sharing of expertise, innovation, technology transfer, knowledge management, training, employability, entrepreneurship, media convergence, globalization. Universities entering in to partnership with other institutions and universities are found to be mutually beneficial rewarding and productive. Whether the arena of international development, educational reform or development of the community, it is generally acceptedthatthelongtermimpactandsuccessfulimplementationofanyschemerequirecoordinatedeffortof manypeopleinvolvedinallsectors.

Inthisbackdrop,theNationalKnowledgeCommissionhasbeensetup.AspertheGovernmentnotification13th June2005,thefollowingaretheTermsofReferenceoftheNationalKnowledgeCommission(NKC). Build excellence in education system to meet the knowledge challenges of the 21st CenturyandincreaseIndiascompetitiveadvantageinfieldsofknowledge. PromotecreationofknowledgeinS&Tlaboratories. ImprovetheManagementofinstitutionsengagedinintellectualpropertyrights. Promoteknowledgeapplicationsinagricultureandindustry. Healthandeducationprioritysectors HealthfacilitiesatparwithWHOrequirements Promote the use of knowledge capabilities in making government an effective, transparent and accountable service provider to the citizen and promote widespread shearingofknowledgetomaximizepublicbenefit.

The Education Roadmap highlights key issues that subvert education in the Aurangabad City.Theseinclude: Socialdisadvantage Responsibilityandaccountabilityatalllevel DeliverybytheInstitutes Adequateandtrainedmanpower Resources Page|2

Theinclusionoffollowingmilestoneswillsupportthefuture New programmes and courses, Review of provisions under plan and nonplan budget, Autonomytoinstitute,AdditionallandandfacilitiesandinfrastructuretotheexistingGovt.Engineering Colleges,R&DCentresinthefieldofenergy,biotechnology,nanotechnology,Vibration,VLSIdesign, Embeddedsystem,PharmaD,etc.,BenchmarkingforInstitutionstobeatparwiththeircounterpartsin developed countries, Technology park, Business incubator, convention center, mobile knowledge laboratory, and so on. It is being estimated that the entire cost for development of education in Aurangabad District will require finance in the tune of Rs. 3000.00 Crores. These projects will be undertakenthroughprivateinitiatives,PPP,fundingfromUGC/MHRDandstategovernment. The vision for Aurangabad city provides conceptual and programmatic guidance for the reform of the educationsystemandprocesses,andopensupdiscussionoftheneedforfuturedirections.

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INDEX ChapterNo. Chapter1.0 Chapter2.0 Chapter3.0 Chapter4.0 Chapter5.0 Chapter6.0 Chapter7.0 References Heading ListofTables Introduction EducationfacilitiesinDistrictvisaviseState/Nation SWOTAnalysis Vision,Mission,Goals&Objectives Indicators ProgramofAction StrategiesFormation FinancialImplications&Actionplan Page|4 PageNo. 5 6 8 18 22 26 30 34 36 42

ListofTables TABLENO. 1.1 TITLE PresentPopulationandprojected Populationfor2005ofDistrictAurangabad 1.2 PresentPopulationandprojected Populationfor2020ofDistrictAurangabad 1.3 PresentStatusofHigherEducationin AurangabadDistrict 1.4 EnrollmentinHigherEducationinDistrict Aurangabad 1.5 IntakeCapacityinTechnicalInstitutionsof AurangabadDistrictvisaviseinTheState 1.6 IntakeCapacityatDegreeEngineering CollegesinAurangabadDistrict(Program wise) 1.7 IntakeCapacityatDiplomainstitutions (Programwise) 1.8 EnrollmentinMedicalEducationin AurangabadDistrict 1.9 EnrollmentatVocationalEducationin AurangabadDistrict 4.1 7.1 7.2 IndicatorsinHigherEducation ProjectCostHigherEducation FacilitiesandFinancialrequirementsin HigherEducation 7.3 7.4 Page|5 ProjectCostforPolytechnic ProjectCostforPharmacyinstitute 39 40 27 37 37 16 16 15 14 13 10 10 9 PAGENO. 9

CHAPTERI
INTRODUCTION

1.0Prologue Overthelastseveraldecades,technologyandtechnologicalinnovationhasgraduallychangedthequalityof life and brought some radical changes in all sectors of education, health, industry and government. The 21st centuryhasbeenwidelyacclaimedastheKnowledgecenturyera.Everynationisfindingitselftobeperformingin an increasingly competitive and globalize international environment where the information infrastructure, researchandinnovationsystems,educationandlifelonglearningandregulatoryframeworkshavebecomecritical parameters. Ithasbeenwellrecognizedthatthecreationofnewknowledgeprimarilydependsonstrengtheningtheeducation systems,promotingindigenousresearch,innovationinlaboratoriesandtappingofforeignsourcesofknowledge through open access, foreign investment and technology licensing. It is envisaged that knowledge and wisdom shallshortlybecomethedriversoftomorrowseconomy.Theroleofuniversitiesinthisscenarioismultifaceted.It encompasses opening new vistas of learning, academic restructuring, up gradation of technology, traditional technologyredefined, sharing of expertise, innovation, technology transfer, knowledge management, training, employability, entrepreneurship, media convergence, globalization. Universities entering in to partnership with other institutions and universities are found to be mutually beneficial rewarding and productive. Whether the arena of international development, educational reform or development of the community, it is generally acceptedthatthelongtermimpactandsuccessfulimplementationofanyschemerequirecoordinatedeffortof manypeopleinvolvedinallsectors. In this backdrop, the National Knowledge Commission has been set up. As per the Government

notification 13th June 2005, the following are the Terms of Reference of the National Knowledge Commission (NKC). Build excellence in education system to meet the knowledge challenges of the 21st CenturyandincreaseIndiascompetitiveadvantageinfieldsofknowledge. PromotecreationofknowledgeinS&Tlaboratories. ImprovetheManagementofinstitutionsengagedinintellectualpropertyrights. Promoteknowledgeapplicationsinagricultureandindustry. HealthandEducationprioritysectorsfor21stcentury. HealthfacilitiesatparwithWHOrequirements.

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Promote the use of knowledge capabilities in making government an effective, transparent and accountable service provider to the citizen and promote widespread shearingofknowledgetomaximizepublicbenefit.

TheoveralltaskbeforeNKCistotakestepsthatwillgiveIndiatheKnowledgeedgeinthecomingdecadesi.e.to ensurethat,acountrybecomesaleaderinthecreation,applicationanddisseminationofknowledge.Creationof knowledge is essentially possible through well developed infrastructural facilities like modern laboratories, advancedlearningresourcesandofcourseliasioningwithindustryandbusiness. Aurangabad,thecapitalofMarathwadaregionofMaharashtra,isfamousforitsrichculturalheritageas wellasforthepioneerededucationaldevelopmentintheregion.EminenteducationistsincludeBharatratnaDr. BabasahebAmbedkar,LatePadmavibhushanGovindbhaiShroffandDr.RafiqueZakariawhoestablishedsomeof theearliestinstitutionsofhighereducationinthecity,anditisthevisionoftheseluminariesthathasgoneonto shapetheeducationallandscapeoftheregion.FromundertheNizamruleintheerstwhileHyderabadStatetothe present scenario of globalization, Aurangabad has always stood up to face the challenges of every era. Newer courses have been introduced from time to time, and the latest technological developments have been incorporated in the education sector. Moreover, Aurangabad still continues to strive to meet the challenges of modernization and globalization, and maintain excellence in higher education envisioned by the illustrious educationistsofyesteryears. HigherEducation Aurangabad district has 66 colleges of higher education imparting knowledge at various levels. Though these collegesaredoingcommendablework,thereisaneedtorefurbishthefacilitiesandprocessessoastobeupdated withthechangingtimes,andtoattractagreaternumberofstudentstocoursesinhighereducation.Thefollowing tablesgiveanoverviewofthepresentstatusofhighereducationinthedistrict. TechnicalEducationScenarioofAurangabad The Technical Education in the Region has developed both in quanitative and qualitative dimension.

Aurangabad as a city has also all types of education facilities. In the last fifty years, the number of professional instituteshasreachedthenumber52from02in1960.Thecityhasfacilitytoprovidetechnicalskillstoillutriate throughcommunitypolytechnicschemeandalsoprogrammeslikeAdvancedDiplomainAutomotiveMechatronics andAircraftMaintenanceEngineering.Attheendofacademicyear20092010,thecityhas12DegreeEngineering Colleges, 05Degree Pharmacy Colleges, 09Diploma Engineering institutes, 05Diploma Pharmacy institutes, 12 MBA institutes, 07MCA institutes, M.Pharm02 institutes, ME04 institutes and Ph.D. at 3 centers. The Aurangabad city is proud to have three centers of excellence viz. DOECC, IndoGerman Tool Room and Central InstituteofPlasticEngineering&Technology

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The courses offered by these institutes are ranging from certificate to Ph.D. The city has good number of conventionalaswellascoursesfromemergingareasoftechnology.TheinteractionwithindustriesinAurangabad hasenrichedthetechnicaleducationofcityandmoreandmorenumberofcandiadtesacrossthestatesarebeing attractedtowardsAurangabad. AurangabadisthecapitalofMarathwada.Thecityhasexcellentgrowthpotentialduetoeverincreasingindustrial housesandtourismindustry.ThecityhasbecomeacenterofattractionforboththepopulationofMarathwadaas wellasthestateofMaharashtraandbeyondthat.Thishasdefinitelyincreasedthepressureonprovidingbetter education facilities in general and technical education in particular. Which goes without saying that, the professionaleducationisessentialforsocial,economicalandpoliticalgrowthofthecity. MedicalEducation AurangabadbeingheadquarterofMarathwadwaregionisnaturallyhavingreasonablygoodfacilitiesformedical education.InAurangabaddistrict,followingfacilitiesformedicaleducationareavailablepresently. There are two Allopathic Medical Colleges, two Dental Colleges, one Ayurvedic College, three Homeopathic Colleges,seventeenNursingColleges,onePGDMLTCollege.InadditiontherearetwoDMLTcollegesofferingthe courseafter12th.117PGcourses(degree&diploma)areavailableinvariousbranchesofallopathicand18new BachelorofParaMedicalTechnology(BPMT)coursesaremadeavailablethisyear.Almostalltheseareavailable inthecityofAurangabad. Futureneeds:Consideringthegrowthrateofthepopulation,by2020morefacilitieswillberequiredforfulfilling the population: doctor ratio, population: nurses ratio, population: laboratory technician ratio. More specialists andsuperspecialistswillberequired. VocationalEducation&Training TheDistricthasgoodnumberofvocationaleducationandtraininginstitutes.Theseinstitutesarelocated all over the district and taluka places. These institutes offers education in skill development in traditional areas such as carpenter and fitter and also trades like advanced manufacturing system, CNC operations, welding, etc. ThedistricthasgoodnumberofinstitutesprovidingbifocalandMCVCcoursesinvocationaleducation. 2.0Educationfacilitiesinthedistrictvisaviseinthestate ThedistrictiskeepingpacewiththestateandnationinrespectofGER.However,thefacilitiesneedtobe enhancedtomeettheglobalchallengesinrespecttoqualityofeducationandGERatdevelopednation.TheGER ofHighereducationinIndiaisabout11%.TheXIthfiveyearplanenvisagestheenhancementinGERfrom11%to 15%bytheendoftheplanand30%bytheendofXIIthplan.Hencewhilevisioningtheeducationinthedistrict,it isbeingplannedtoachievetheinternationalstandardsof50%to60%.

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TableNo.1.1PresentPopulationandProjectedPopulationof2005

District

Population 2001

Decadal G.R. 31.9 18.5 19.8 18.2 24 23.1 15.4 15.3

Peryr G.R 2.81 1.71 1.82 1.69 2.17 2.10 1.44 1.43

Projectedpopulation2005 Total 3236297 2313089 1061134 1724551 2267209 3125584 1574245 1617238 611 322567 230549 105765 171889 225976 311532 156907 161193 1114 196619 140530 64468 104774 137743 189893 95642 98254 1027923 1418 266757 190660 87466 142149 186879 257632 129760 133304 1394606 1824 378533 270550 124115 201712 265184 365584 184131 189160 1978970

AURANGABAD 2897013 BEED 2161250 HINGOLI 987160 JALNA 1612980 LATUR 2080285 NANDED 2876259 OSMANABAD 1486586 PARBHANI 1527715 Total 15629248

16919347 1686378

TableNo.1.2ProjectPopulationof2010/2020

Projectedpopulation2010 District Population Total 2001 2010 611 3716813 2517976 1161445 1874929 2524657 3467849 1691123 1736556 370461 250971 115763 186877 251637 345646 168557 173085

1114 225812 152978 70563 113910 153384 210687 102743 105503 1135580

1418 306365 207548 95734 154544 208099 285843 139394 143139 1540666

1824 434737 294515 135848 219301 295296 405617 197802 203116 2186232

ProjectedPopulation 2020(1824) 1824 503417

AURANGABAD 2897013 BEED 2161250 HINGOLI 987160 JALNA 1612980 LATUR 2080285 NANDED 2876259 OSMANABAD 1486586 PARBHANI 1527715 Total 15629248

18691348 1862996

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EDUCATIONFACILITIESINTHEDISTRICTAURANGABAD HigherEducation TABLE1.3 SR.NO. 1. 2. 3. TABLE1.4 STUDENTENROLLMENTINHIGHEREDUCATIONINAURANGABADDISTRICT


Total Intake capacity

PRESENTSTATUSOFHIGHEREDUCATIONINAURANGABADDISTRICT TYPEOFCOLLEGE GRANTINAID PERMANENTNO GRANTBASIS TOTAL URBAN 18 11 29 RURAL 21 14 35 TOTAL 39 25 64

Faculty

Year

ActuallyEnrolled

2
1stYear 2ndYear

3
25680 25680 25680 77040 11280 11280 11280 33840 10080 10080

Boys 4
23813 10181 6178 40172 6102 5977 5763 17842 6111 3865

Girls 5
11029 5710 3709 20448 5768 729 747 7244 1641 1906

Total 6
34842 15891 9887 60620 11870 6706 6510 25086 7752 5771

Arts

3rdYear Totaloffaculty 1stYear 2ndYear

Science

3rdYear Totaloffaculty 1stYear

Commerce

2ndYear

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3rdYear Totaloffaculty 1stYear Lawof3Years Contd.. Totaloffaculty 1stYear 2ndYear 3rdYear Lawof5Years 4thyear 5thyear Totaloffaculty B.Ed M.Ed. B.P.Ed. M.P.Ed. FirstYear Secondyear ThirdYear Totaloffaculty FirstYear FirstYear FirstYear FirstYear 2ndYear 3rdYear

10080 30240 840 840 840 2520 830 830 830 830 830 4150 5130 660 660 660 40 40 40 40

1865 11841 1528 368 255 2151 270 164 255 241 197 1127 5138 226 552 99 56 28 28 7

905 4452 409 110 94 613 103 87 103 103 84 480 3411 147 188 15 20 3 3 4

2770 16293 1937 478 349 2764 373 251 358 344 281 1607 8549 373 740 114 76 31 31 11

PCCGerman
PCCRussian PCCChinese Diplomain German Diplomain Russian FilmMaking R.M.C.J Psychology Counseling D.B.M

FirstYear FirstYear FirstYear FirstYear FirstYear

40 70 70 70 70

2 5 45 4 149

0 0 13 8 28

2 5 58 12 177

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M.I.B Retail Management HumanResearch Healthservice Hospital Management DiplomainDray Tech DiplomainPali Dip.inTech Sessionslaw Dip.inLabourlaw Dip.InSn.Law D.I.T D.C.A D.T.L D.Ed. HSC(XI&XII) TOTAL

FirstYear

70

23 7

2 1 3 9 23

25 8 6 25 45

40 40 40

3 16 22

3 57 143 54 17 7 10 7

0 5 56 14 3 0 3 2

3 62 199 68 20 7 13 9 20000 70000 2,07,039

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TechnicalEducation Table1.5TheEnrollmentinAurangabadRegionvisaviseintheState
ME Region Amravati Inst 6 Intake 411 Mpharm Inst 7 Intake 293 Inst 11 MBA Intake 720 Inst 7 MCA Intake 420 Inst 24 Engg Intake 8050 B.Pharm Inst 7 Intake 480 HMCT Inst Intake B.Arch Inst 1 Intake 30 Inst 30 Poly Intake 9945 D.pharm Inst 18 Intake 1080

Aurangabad

592

267

26

2400

15

793

32

10792

16

940

260

100

59

20735

31

1836

Mumbai

15

1074

204

77

8220

21

1425

59

21102

25

1420

300

13

827

59

19202

17

958

Nagpur

564

383

58

5190

20

1170

58

21709

18

1050

160

330

61

23315

27

1620

Nashik

393

19

664

36

3114

13

780

37

14140

32

2160

70

250

69

25670

42

2508

Pune

26

1848

26

886

158

15435

51

3795

98

38175

49

3120

300

14

610

112

35280

58

3480

Total

73

4882

77

2697

366

35079

127

8383

308

113968

147

9170

10

530

45

2147

390

134147

193

11482

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Table1.6TotalIntakeCapacityforTechnicalEducationinAurangabadDistrict
Sr.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 CivilEngineering Electrical,Electronic&Power MechanicalEngineering ComputerScienceandEngineering ElectronicsandTelecommunicationEngineering InformationTechnology FoodTechnology PharmaceuticalandFineChemicals ComputerScienceandEngineering ElectricalEngineering ElectronicsandCommunicationEngineering AgriculturalEngineering InstrumentationandControlEngineering ProductionEngineering PlasticandPolymerEngineering ElectricalandElectronicsEngineering ChemicalEngineering BioTechnology ComputerTechnology ElectronicsEngineering Totalintake ListofDegreeEngg.Courseswithintakeof201011 Courses intake 660 360 960 930 570 420 10 12 60 120 360 30 30 30 60 60 30 60 60 180 5002

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Table1.7 ListofDiplomaCourses&intakefor201011 Sr.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Course DressDesigningandGarmentManufacturing CivilEngineering ComputerEngineering AutomobileEngineering InformationTechnology ElectricalEngineering MechanicalEngineering ElectronicsandTelecommunicationEngineering ComputerTechnology ElectronicsandCommunicationEngineering ProductionTechnology IndustrialElectronics ComputerScienceandEngineering TotalIntake Intake 30 750 510 150 450 750 1140 660 120 60 30 40 60 4750

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MedicalEducation Table1.8TheMedicalEducationfacilitiesinAurangabadDistrict
Sr.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Colleges AllopathicMedicalCollege:2 a)Govt.MedicalCollege: b)PrivateMedicalCollege: DentalCollege:2 a)GovtDentalCollege: b)PrivateDentalCollege: AyurvedicCollege:1 HomeopathicCollege:3 NursingCollege:17 a)Govt.College(BasicB.Sc.) b)PrivateANM c)GNM d)PrivateB.Sc. e)PostBasicB.Sc. f)M.Sc.Nursing PGDMLTCollege:1 OtherDMLTcolleges:1 BPMTCourses:18 PGCourses:(Various) TotalAdmissionsperyear Admission Capacity/Year 250 150 100 140 40 100 100 300 1060 50 840 30 60 50 30 2139 12 30 130 117

VocationalEducation&Training Table1.9VocationalEducation&TrainingfacilitiesinAurangabadDistrict
Sr.No. 1 2 3 4 TypeofInstitute ITI GTHSC(PreSSC) +2HSCVOCATIOAL(MCVC) +2BIFOCAL IntakeCapacity 3501 4095 9790 5740

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Table2.0District/TalukawiseNo.ofInstitutes
Sr.No. Taluka No.of Govt.ITI 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 Govt.TechnicalHighschools(GTHS)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Aurangabad Khultabad Vaijapur Paithan Gangapur Sillod Kannad Soygaon Fulambri Total

1 1 1 1 1 1 6

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CHAPTERII SWOTANALYSIS Therearemanytoolsandtechniquesadoptedinenvisioningthegapinthesystem.Whilepreparingthis document,theworkinggrouphasadoptedSWOTanalysisasatoolforvisioningthefutureofthedistrict Aurangabad.BrainstormingtechniquehasbeenusedincarryingouttheSWOTAnalysis. HigherEducation


STRENGTHS o o o o o Adequategrowthinthenumberofcolleges Varietyofcoursesoffered MostcollegesareNAACaccredited Studentscanchoosefromawidearrayofsubjectsineachcourse Regularupdatingofsyllabi

WEAKNESSES o o o o o o o o Lackofadequateinfrastructure Lackofsoftskillsamongstudents Manyvacanciesofteachersandprincipalsunfilled Disconnectbetweeneducationandskillsrequiredinthejobmarket Lackofspecialtyandsuperspecialtycourses LackofInternetpenetrationandefacilitiestostudents Lackofinternationalbenchmarking Lackofresearchfacilities

OPPORTUNITIES o o o o o Centrallylocatedonthemapofthestate Richhistoricalheritage Fastestdevelopingcityinthestate Hugeinvestmentsinindustryandservicescreatingvastjobopportunities Attractivetouristdestinationfortouriststheworldover

THREATS o o o o Flightoftalenttometropolises,especiallyPune Overallbackwardnessoftheregionadverselyaffectingeducation Prospectivecompetitionwithforeignuniversities Dwindlingnumberofstudentsfortraditionalcourses

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MedicalEducation
Grossenrollmentratio(GER):Itshouldbe30%ofpopulationbetween1724years.Howeverformedical teachingthisnormmaynotbesuitable.Consideringtheaveragedurationofvariouscoursestobethree years, the enrollment to these medical and paramedical courses in Aurangabad District comes to 6417 (2139x3). Strengths:Fullyfunctioningcollegesprovidingbasicmedicaleducationinvariousdisciplinesarealready available. Weaknesses:Deficiency/vacancyofstaff,lackofspecializedinvestigationshinderingteaching/training ofupcomingstudentsofsuperspecialties. Opportunities: Great potential for newer courses considering increasing demand for specialists, super specialists. Threats:Outflow(Braindrain)ofstudentsduetolackoffacilitiesofhighereducation,ofteachersdueto frustrationforwantofteachingopportunities.

TechnicalEducation
Strengths 33Engg.Colleges,(1Govt,1Aided,1Univmanaged) 58Polytechnics,(10Govt,48Unaided) 13PharmacyDegreeColleges,(1Govt,12Unaided) 26MBAColleges,(4Univmanaged,13Unaidedinstt/deptt) 11MCAColleges,(1Govt,1Univdeptt,11Unaidedinstt/deptt) 3Ph.DResearchCenters,(2Govt,1Univ) 7PGdepartmentsinEngg,(1Govt.Engg.College,1Govtharmacy,1AidedEngg.College,4Un aided) 3Centralinstitutions(DOEACC,IndoGermanToolRoom,CIPET) 30D.PharmacyCollege(07aided,23Unaided) WEAKNESSES Shortageofqualifiedmanpower Lackofspecializednewgenerationcourses(bioTechnology,aircraftmaintenance) AbsenceofScience&TechnologyPark.

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ModalitiesregardingsettingupofIIITnotyetfinalized. AseparatetechnicaluniversityisrequiredforMarathawada. InadequatefacilitiesforResearch&Development. Inadequatetrainingfacilitiesfortechnicalstaff. Lackofprovisionofincubators,intheengineeringcollege. Lackoftrainingfacilitiesforimpartingsoftskillstostudents. Lackofqualityinfrastructureingovernmentinstitutions. OPPORTUNITIES Aurangabadbeingtheindustrialcentre AutoclusterapprovedinAurangabad. Similardemandforpharmaceutical,Seedindustry,manufacturingsector&plastictechnology. ScopeforprovidingR&Dservices&continuingeducationservicestotheindustry. Scopefordevelopmentofreplicabletechnologyforruralareas(inagriculture&alliedactivities) ExpansionplansinWaluj,Shendra&BidkinChitegaonMIDCareas. Considerableopportunitytoworkinwaterresourcedevelopmentareas. THREATS Braindrain(bothstudents&faculty) Shiftofstudentstootherstreamsduetoinadequateinfrastructure&facilitiesinGovt./Private institutions. Slowpaceofinfrastructuredevelopmentduetononavailabilityoftimelyresources.

VocationalEducation&Training STRENGTH NUMBERSOFINSTITUTESASPERPOLICY INSTITUTESATTALUKALEVEL PPP HIGHDEGREEOFEMPLOYMENTPOTENTIAL Page|20

Weakness ShortageofQualifiedmanpower. Lackofnewgenerationcourses AbsenceofTechnologyPark Traininginstitutesforteachers Trainingforstudentstoawaresoftskills Lackofqualityinfrastructure Opportunities Autoclusterapproved ScopeofR&DServices,continuingeducation ExpansionofMIDCArea. OpportunityToworkinwaterresourcesdevelopment. Threats Braindrain(students&staffs) Inadequateinfrastructure Page|21

CHAPTERIII VISION,MISSION,GOALSANDOBJECTIVES
3.1FundamentalassumptionintheVisioningExercise GROWTH&DEVELOPMENTINEDUCATIONREQUIRESQUANITATIVEANDQULITATIVEACTIONS. QUANTITATIVEACTIONSUCHASINCREASEININTAKE/ADDITIONALCOURSES. QUANILATIVEACTIONSSUCHASFILLINGUPTEACHERVACANCIESAPPROVEDSTAFF,EDUCATION& QULIFICATIONOFFACULTY. QUALITATIVEACTIONSUCHASENHANCINGINFRASTRUCTURE&EDUCATIONFACILITIES(LEARNING& ACADEMICENVIRONMENT). 3.2Benchmark AURANGABADASAPREFERREDDESTINATION NORMANDSTANDARDS ESSENTIALEDUCATIONFACILITIES NATIONAL&INTERNATIONALSCENARIO WORLDCLASSINSTITUTES

3.3Vision
TOCREATEDISTRICTASAWORLDCLASSEDUCATIONHUBFORHE,TE,ME&VETBYDEVELOPINGGLOBALLY COMPETENT MANPOWER THROUGH ENHANCING EDUCATIONL FACILITIES & QUALITY AT PAR WITH WORLD STANDARDS&THERBYCONTRIBUTETOTHESOCIAL,ECONOMICALANDPROFESSIONALGROWTH&0VERALL DEVELOPMENTOFTHEDISTRICTAURANGABAD. 3.4DevelopmentalObjectives 3.4.1.HigherEducation i. The widest possible dissemination of education to the youth of the district and surroundingregions ii. Tomatchthequalityofeducationandcurriculatotheinternationalnorms

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iii.

Todesigncoursesinconsonancewithnewerdevelopmentsinvariousdisciplinesasalso theneedsofbusinessandindustry

iv.

Toequipinstitutionsofhighereducationwithlatesttools,apparatusandinfrastructural facilities

v. vi.

Toencouragequalityresearchatparwithinternationalstandards Tofacilitateoveralldevelopmentofstudentssoastoenablethemtomeetavarietyof challengesinallwalksoflife

vii.

Toincorporateinstitutionsofhigherlearningasactiveparticipantsinthedevelopmental initiativesandpromotethemasagentsofsocialchange

viii.

ToenabletheinstitutionsofhighereducationtoaccessInternetresourcesandexploit theinformationsuperhighway

ix. x.

Toinculcatesocialandmoralethicsinstudentssoastomakethemresponsiblecitizens To promote educational institutions as facilitators for ecological and environmental protectioninitiatives

3.4.2MedicalEducation
More Medical, Dental and Nursing Colleges or increase in the intake capacity of existing colleges is required. AccordingtoW.H.O.,onedoctorper3500populationisrequiredi.e.Doctor:Populationratioshouldbe1 :3500.Presently250MBBSdoctorsarepassingfromMedicalCollegesinAurangabaddistrict.Considering thepresentpopulationofapproximately35lakhsinAurangabaddistrict,1000moredoctorsarerequired atthisstageitself.Consideringthedecadalgrowthrateof22.73,thepopulationwillbearound42lakhs by2020,hencerequiringevenmoredoctors. Dentist : Population ratio should be 1: 7000. The present situation already indicates shortage. Hence increaseinadmissioncapacityisessential. The nurse : population ratio should be 1:5000. The present population requires at least 700 nurses. Presently about 200 Nurses (GNM, B.Sc. & M.Sc) are passing from the Govt. and private facilities. Consideringthepopulationgrowth,morenurseswillberequiredby2020. LaboratoryTechniciansarerequiredinaproportionof1:10000.Presentlyonly10laboratorytechnicians arepassingoutfromGovt.facilities;whereasatleast35arerequired.Theneedwillincreaseby2020. Similarlythereisincreasingneedformorespecialistsandsuperspecialists. Onepointshouldbenotedhowever,thatnotallgraduatesorpostgraduatespassingoutofAurangabad settleinthisdistrict.Similarly,candidatesfromotherregionswouldalsocometothedistrict. figuresmentionedmightnotprojecttheexactpictureofmedicaleducationinthedistrict. So the

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3.4.3TechnicalEducation GERATNATIONAL&INTERNATIONALLEVEL GERDN CHINA JAPAN USA 5060% 30% 52% 60% 11% 13% 09.78%(42508/434737) 30%

GERNATIONAL GERSTATE GERDISTRICT GERTARGET

Todevelopthecapabilitiesoftechnicaleducationthrough AdditionallandandfacilitiesandinfrastructuretotheexistingGovt.EngineeringColleges R&DCentresinthefieldofenergy,biotechnology,nanotechnology,Vibration,VLSIdesign,embedded system,PharmaD,etc. BenchmarkingforInstitutionstobeatparwiththeircounterpartsindevelopedcountries. DepartmentandfacilityforstudyofAgriculturalEngineering Businessincubator ProgrammesandcoursesonFoodtechnology,Disastermanagement,Nonconventionalsourcesof energy,energyaudit,wastemanagement. Technologypark,conventioncenterandCentreforinnovation,patent&IPR EstablishmentofTechnicalUniversity EstablishmentofinstitutesIIIT Upgradationofexistingpotentialinstitutes(Governmentaswellasprivate)tolevelatparwithIIT Tieupswithappropriateoverseasuniversities/institutions Tieupswithindustriesfortheirinvolvementintechnicaleducation SettingupofPPPinstitutes StartingofQIPcentreinupgradedinstitutes Improvementofqualityofexistingfaculty(Governmentaswellasprivate) SettingupoffacultytrainingInstitute Makingitmandatoryforaboveinstitutestoimplementaconcreteplanforvocationaltrainingtoyouths. Mobilecounseling/knowledgevans SettingupFinishingSchool ElearningandVLCwithstudio

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3.4.4VocationalEducation&Training
1) ToProvideskilledmanpowerforvarioussectorsinindustries. 2) TogenerateemploymentforGovt.&Privatesectors. 3) ToProvidebasicknowledgeregardingtechnicalawareness. 4) TogeneratevocationaltechnicianapprenticeshipforBOAT 5) Togeneratesmallscaleindustrialist&businessman. 6) Todevelopnewskillsinvarioussectors. 7) Wayforhigher&engineeringeducation. 8) TogenerateselfemploymenttobuildanationbywhichwecanincreaseGDP.

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CHAPTERIV INDICATORS
Theprofessionaleducationgrouphaslaiddowntheindicatorsonthebasisofitsvisionandobjectives.Whiledoing so,thefundamentalassumptionsandthebenchmarkarealsobeingthoughtof.

4.1HigherEducation
a. b. c. GrossEnrollmentRatio:0.75 NAACaccreditationgrades:AGradeto75%colleges Percentage of students securing employment: 20% through placement cells in the colleges d. e. f. Numberofstudentswitheliteracy:100% Performanceindicatorsforteachers:75%teachersinhighestgrade Availability of amenities like potable drinking water, sanitation, and health to 100% students g. h. i. j. k. Allgovernmentscholarshipstobemadeavailableineverycollege Earn&Learnschemetobeimplementedineverycollege Establishmentofworldclassresearchlaboratoriesforsciencesandsocialsciences Establishmentofcentrallibraryfacilitydedicatedtostudents Trees (1 tree per 1000 sq.ft.), water harvesting practices, and use of unconventional energyoneverycampus l. Computerizationofofficeandlibraryinallcolleges

m. Websiteanddigitalconnectivityforeverycollege n. o. p. q. LCDsandsimilarteachingaidforeverydepartmentinallthecolleges Minimum1000booksor100bookspersubject,whicheverismoreforeverycollege Health/CounselingcentreandCareerGuidanceandPlacementcellineverycollege Studentcentredcooperativestoreineverycollege Somestatisticalindicatorsdepictingthepresentscenarioandthefutureprojectionsarepresentedinthetable.

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TABLE4.1

INDICATORSFORDEVELOPMENTOBJECTIVES* INDICATOR GER(GrossEnrollment Ratio) Studentcomputer ratio Percentageofcolleges fulfillingtargetofbooks inlibrary ejournalfacility BookBankfacility WaterPurifier Earn&LearnScheme CooperativeStore CounselingCentre WaterHarvesting 18.42%ofcolleges 26.31%ofcolleges 84.21%ofcolleges 76.31%ofcolleges 55.26%ofcolleges 78.94%ofcolleges 26.31%ofcolleges 100%ofcolleges 100%ofcolleges 100%ofcolleges 100%ofcolleges 100%ofcolleges 100%ofcolleges 100%ofcolleges 87% 100% PRESENTSTATUS 0.47 FUTUREPROJECTION 0.75

56.79:1

25:1

*databasedoninformationfrom38colleges;processofupdatingisinprogress.

4.2MedicalEducation

DoctortopopulationRatio1:3500 Dentist:Populationratioshouldbe1:7000.
The nurse : population ratio should be 1:5000. The present population requires at least 700 nurses. Presently about 200 Nurses (GNM, B.Sc. & M.Sc) are passing from the Govt. and private facilities. Consideringthepopulationgrowth,morenurseswillberequiredby2020.

LaboratoryTechniciansarerequiredinaproportionof1:10000.Presentlyonly10laboratorytechnicians arepassingoutfromGovt.facilities;whereasatleast35arerequired.Theneedwillincreaseby2020. Specialistsandsuperspecialistsinidentifiedareas.

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INDICATOR2:TEACHERVACANCIES&QUALIFICATION 100%Teachervacanciesfilledandqualifiedagainstthepresent60%vacancies.Howeverat nationallevelthereisshortageofPGsandPh.D.sinTechnicalEducation. INDICATOR3:ADDITIONALCOURSES TheidentifiedareasforstudytodevelopmanpoweratvariouslevelsincludingR&D 1. RenewableEnergy 2. Autoclustersupportsystem 3. DisasterManagement 4. Agrotechnology 5. Earthquake 6. Compositematerial 7. WaterResourcesManagement 8. Environmentandclimatology 9. Vibration 10. Automobile 11. HighVoltage 12. PowerSystem 13. MobileCommunication 14. ConsumerElectronics 15. ProductDesign 16. IndustrialAutomation 17. EmbeddedSystemDesign 18. Vehicularelectronics 19. Automechatronics 20. Patternrecognition 21. Signalprocessing 22. MathematicalLaboratory 23. Dataminingandwarehousing 24. IncubatorandIPRfacilitycenter Page|28

INDICATOR4:PROJECTS/FACILITIES Indicator5:EmployabilityIndex Employabilityindextoberaisedfrom25%to50%

R&DCentresinthefieldofenergy,biotechnology,nanotechnology,Vibration,VLSIdesign, embeddedsystem,PharmaD,etc. Businessincubator Technologypark,conventioncenterandCentreforinnovation,patent&IPR EstablishmentofTechnicalUniversity EstablishmentofinstitutesIIIT Upgradationofexistingpotentialinstitutes(Governmentaswellasprivate)tolevelatpar withIIT Tieupswithappropriateoverseasuniversities/institutions Tieupswithindustriesfortheirinvolvementintechnicaleducation SettingupofPPPinstitutes SettingupoffacultytrainingInstituteatminimumthreeinstitutesinMS Making it mandatory for above institutes to implement a concrete plan for vocational trainingtoyouths. Mobilecounseling/knowledgevans SettingupFinishingSchool ElearningandVLCwithstudio

4.4VocationalEducation&Training
SkilledLabours Selfemployment Smallscaleindustrialists Businessman Builders/Contractors Wageemployment

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CHAPTERV PROGRAMOFACTION

Thecollegesandinstitutionsofhigherlearningneedtoequipthemselveswiththelatesttools,techniques and practices in order to keep up with the challenges of globalization. There is a need to further uplift the standards of accountability of teachers by introducing evaluationby students. Mostof the institutions of higher education need to develop their infrastructure and learning resources. There is a need in particular for digital connectivityandcomputerliteracyinallinstitutions.Anotherchallengewillbetointroducecurriculaatparwith internationalstandards,giventheimminententryofforeignuniversities.Encouragingautonomy,bothacademic andfinancial,ofcollegesandinstitutionsofhighereducationistheneedofthehour. 5.1HigherEducation Inordertomeetthedevelopmentalobjectivesstatedinthevisiondocument,thefollowingprojects/programmes areproposed. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Introductionofcourses/subjectsinthefollowingareas: Nanotechnology DefenseStudies,EarthSciences Bioinformatics&Biotechnology InternationalBusinessandFinance Multimedia/Design HumanResourceDevelopment ForeignTrade MedicalBiochemistry/MedicalMicrobiology/MedicalPharmacology AppliedGeophysics Dance/Drama/CultureStudies FermentationandSugarTechnology/WineTechnology WaterResourceManagement AnimationandFilmDesign ForensicScience NonconventionalEnergy Aviation/Hospitality/ServiceIndustry

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It is also proposed to make Aurangabad a hub for integrated courses in HistoryArchaeologyTourism, giventhecitysuniqueadvantageasacentrefortourismandarchaeology. ExclusiveFacilities: Central Library facility with books on diversified topics / specialized courses / competitive exams, e journalandInternetfacilitieswithminimum50computersinLAN,andareadingroomfacilityopenfor24 hours. A wellequipped Counseling Centre staffed by trained psychologists providing counseling on personal / emotional / academic problems, and career guidance, given the many pressures that students have to face. Separate Hostel Facilities for boys and girls with a capacity of at least 200 students each, given that Aurangabadistheregionalheadquarterandaspirestopositionitselfascentreforhigherlearning. Research/LearningCentres: EstablishmentofaResearchCentreinBiochemistrythatwillsupportresearch&developmentinareas vitaltothepharmaceuticalindustry,whichhasaverystrongpresenceintheindustrialareainandaround thecity. Setting up of a Social Science Research Centre with a special focus on Economics, Political Science, PsychologyandSociology,thatwillpromoteinterdisciplinaryresearch. SettingupaLawUniversitywithdedicatedcoursesonnationalandinternationallaw,andalsofocusing onnewerissueslikeIntellectualPropertyRights,InternationalTrade,HumanRightsamongothers. Establishment of a Linguistics Research Institute engaging in research as well as training in areas like communicationskillsandsoftskills,inwhichstudentsoftheregionareconsiderablydeficient. Setting up an institute dedicated to the promotion of Aurangabads unique cultural heritage, benchmarkingwiththepromotionofRajasthanicultureandartatthenationallevel. 5.2MedicalEducation Action Plan should include starting/increasing the existing intake capacity of various Medical Degree Courses.AdmissionstoMBBScoursescanbeincreasedbyatleast150inAurangabadbringingthetotal MBBSadmissionsto400peryear;toBDScoursesbyatleast60bringingthetotaladmissionsto200per yearinAurangabad. IntakeforPostGraduateCoursesshouldbeincreasedfromtheexisting117peryeartoatleast200per year. New PG courses (MD/ MS) should be started in Radiotherapy/Skin/ Psychiatry/Chest & TB etc. Capacityinothercoursesshouldbeincreased.Therearehardlyanysuperspecialtycourses(DM,M.Ch etc) available in the district. Cardiology, Neurology, Nephrology, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology,

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Urology,PlasticSurgery,PediatricSurgeryaresomebranchesinwhichsuchcoursescanbestarted.The facilities for special investigations like MRI, PET, Mammography, RTPCR, Genetic Laboratory, Forensic laboratoryareeithernonexistentoravailableinveryfewinstitutes.Thenumbershouldbeincreased. Presently the tertiary care hospitals are over burdened by patients requiring primary/secondary care. Thisleadstocompromisingthetertiarycare.Toovercomethis,otherhospitalsbyMunicipalCorporation and Health Services providing primary and secondary care are essential. These should include general hospital,maternityandchildhealthfacilities,infectiousdiseaseshospitaletc. 5.3TechnicalEducation

R & D Centres in the field of energy, biotechnology, nanotechnology, Vibration, VLSI design, embeddedsystem,PharmaD,etc. Businessincubator Technologypark,conventioncenterandCentreforinnovation,patent&IPR EstablishmentofTechnicalUniversity EstablishmentofinstitutesIIIT Upgradationofexistingpotentialinstitutes(Governmentaswellasprivate)tolevelatparwith IIT Tieupswithappropriateoverseasuniversities/institutions Tieupswithindustriesfortheirinvolvementintechnicaleducation SettingupofPPPinstitutes SettingupoffacultytrainingInstituteatminimumthreeinstitutesinMS Makingitmandatoryforaboveinstitutestoimplementaconcreteplanforvocationaltrainingto youths. Mobilecounseling/knowledgevans SettingupFinishingSchool ElearningandVLCwithstudio 5.4VocationalEducation&Training
NeedsfinancialAids. Advancetrainingfacilities&infrastructure. Selfskilldevelopment. Betterlinkagewithindustries. Startingnewcoursesconcerningwithindustries. BuildingforDVETO,ITI,GTHSC,Hostelsetc.

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HostelbuildingforeachITIA,bad(G),Paithan,Vaijapur,Sillod,Soygaon,Kannad,Fulambri,Khulatabad. ELibrary TrainingPlacementCell Canteen(Mess) AudioVisualRoom Auditorium ComputerLab Furniture OwnBuildingsforAurangabad,Paithan&Vaijapur.

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CHAPTERVI STRATEGYFORMATION
Thecostincurredforsettingupofnewfacilitiesandinfrastructurewillbebornbyvarioussourcessuchas UGC,MHRD,StateGovernmentfundingandPPPmode.Insomecasetheprivateinitiativeswillbe promotedto startnewinstitutionsandadditionalcourses.Theinstituteswillalsogetfundingundervariousschemeandsuch institutionswillbesupportedandpromotedforenhancingtheeducationalfacilitiesinAurangabaddistrict. Funding for courses under the HistoryArchaeologyTourism umbrella will be raised through Public PrivatePartnership (PPP) projects. The hospitality and service industry is already catering to a huge inflow of tourists inAurangabad. Skills training in this area will improve facilitiesandprovide askilled workforce that will help set up worldclass facilities, further boosting growth in the tourism industry. The Research Centre in BiochemistrywillalsobefundedbythePPProute,aspharmaceuticalindustriesintheregionstandtogainhugely in terms of both increasing the talent pool as well as research & development. The Social Science Research Institute,LinguisticsResearchInstitute,LawUniversity,HostelFacilities,CounselingCentre,andCentralLibrarywill befundedbythegovernment. STRATEGYFORMATION 1. InordertopromotePPPprojectsinHistoryArchaeologyTourism,itisproposedtobringononeplatform representativesofthehospitalityandserviceindustry,officialsofMTDCandITDC,officialsofthetourism ministry,andacademicinstitutionsandtofacilitatethesettingupofskillstrainingcentres. 2. Setting up of the Research Centre in Biochemistry as a PPP project will need to bring together representativesofChambersofCommerceandIndustry,representativesofthepharmaindustry,eminent scientistsandresearchersinthefield,andrepresentativesofeducationalinstitutionsandtheuniversity. 3. For introducing new courses and subjects, colleges and university departments will be encouraged to submitproposalstotheUGC. 4. Proposals will be submittedto thegovernment for financial assistance for settingup the Social Science ResearchInstitute,LinguisticsResearchInstitute,LawUniversity,HostelFacilities,CounselingCentre,and CentralLibrary. 5. 6. EstablishmentofEducationCity The resources requirement and project requirement for Aurangabad will be shaped in tune with the fundingavailableatMHRD. 7. IndustrieswillbepromotedtosetupR&Dcentersinheinstitute.

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8. 9.

TheScience&technologyparkwillbesetupinjointcollaborationofGOI.GOM,institutesandindustries. MostoftheprojectionsmadeherearewithrespecttoGovernmentinstitutes..However,thewayprivate operators are entering successfully in different fields in recent past; it would not be surprising to see involvementofmoreprivateoperatorsinthefieldofmedicaleducationtoo.Financialimplicationswould dependontheventuresdecidedandhencenotconsideredhere.

10. In addition, public private partnership may be considered in some areas. To give an example, nursing homewithfivestarfacilitiesandservicesofallspecialistscouldbearealityifprivatepartiesareinvitedto participateinsuchaventure. NOTE: The infrastructure required for setting up the institutes/programmes under each sector of educationisstatedintherespectiveitemsinchapterNo.V.

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CHAPTERVII FINANCIALIMPLICATIONANDACTIONPLAN Theestimatedfinancialresourcesrequiredforvariousprojectsandprogramsareasstatedbelow. 7.1HigherEducation

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Ref pg. no. 36: Table 7.1 ESTIMATED COST IN RUPEES 20,00,00,000/30,00,00,000/FINANCIAL IMPLICATION FOR THE GOVT. (at 50% of the cost) 10,00,00,000/15,00,00,000/-

PROJECT History-ArchaeologyTourism Skills Training Centre Research Centre in Biochemistry

Table 7.2

PROJECT Social Science Research Institute Linguistics Research Institute Law University Hostel Facilities Counseling Centre Central Library

ESTIMATED COST IN RUPEES 20,00,00,000

FINANCIAL IMPLICATION FOR THE GOVT. 20,00,00,000

10,00,00,000 100,00,00,000 3,00,00,000 1,00,00,000 10,00,00,000

10,00,00,000 100,00,00,000 3,00,00,000 1,00,00,000 10,00,00,000

TOTAL FINANCIAL IMPLICATION FOR THE GOVERNMENT FOR PPP AND NON-PPP PROJECTS = 169,00,00,000/(In words Rupees One Hundred and Sixty Nine Crores only)

P.T.O.

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7.2MedicalEducation Therewillbeaneedforhugeburdenatleast15002000croresoverthenextdecade.Theamountisrequiredfor buildingstateoftheartlecturetheatres,practicalclassrooms,seminarhalls,auditoriumetcforincreaseinintake capacity.Betterwardsandoperationtheatresarealsoessentialasmedicaleducationcannotbedissociatedfrom patient care. Moreover budget will be required to install ultra modern diagnostic laboratories, radiodiagnostic facilities etc. Equally important is making sufficient provision for consumables required to perform newer diagnostictestsandotherinvestigations.Thisislackingpresently.Provisionshouldbemadeinthebudgettofulfill theseneedsoverthenextdecade.Ifplannedinastaggeredfashionthefinancescanbeadjusted. As per the WHO standards, in Aurangabad district the total population by 2020 will be 4304000 (projected). AdditionalinstitutionsarerequiredtobesetuptomatchtheWHOstandards.

1) MedicalCollegeMBBSCourse(100seats) a. 25acresland(likelytobereducedto10to15acres) b. Builtupareaapproximately62500sq.meters c. Hospital500beded d. Sufficientstaff e. Sufficientinfrastructureinstruments,equipments,libraryetc. f. Totalinitialcostapproximately300crores g. RecurringcostapproximatelyRs.50crores/year 2) AyurvedicCollegeB.A.M.S.Course(100seats) a. 15acresland b. Hospital300beded c. Sufficientstaff d. Sufficientinfrastructureinstruments,equipments,libraryetc. e. Totalinitialcostapproximately100crores f. RecurringcostapproximatelyRs.25crores/year For further details please contact Dr.Borle, Principal, C.S.M.S.S.,Kanchanwadi, Aurangabad.ContactNo.02402376635,Fax02402376655,Cell9921550199 3) DentalCollegeBDSCourse(100seats) a. 5acresland b. Builtupareaapproximately50000sq.ft. c. Hospital100beded d. 40dentalchairs/unit e. Sufficientstaff f. Sufficientinfrastructureinstruments,equipments,libraryetc. g. Totalinitialcostapproximately20crores h. RecurringcostapproximatelyRs.10crores/year

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TechnicalEducation The projected population in the year 2020 is 50374 for 1824 age groups. In the perspective of increased population the Aurangabad region requires GER of 1, 50000. However, to achieve the GER of 30%, additional 40,000seatsarerequiredtobecreated.Withtheaverageintakecapacityof300,another3540institutesare requiredtobesetupinthedepartmentoftechnicaleducation.

A. RESORSESREQUIREMENTFORTHEREGIONALOFFICE ComputerNetwork,e_governanceandfacilitycenter:Rs.100.00Lakh Table7.3RESOURCESREQUIREMENTFORGOVT.POLYTECHNICAURANGABAD Sr.No. Area of Excellence /Project Aproox. Project cost in Rs. Lakhs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AcademicExcellence ConstructionofAcademicBuilding (approx.2900sq.m) ExtensiontoTraineeHostel ExtensiontoAcademicBuilding(ElectronicsDept.) ConstructionofMultipurposeHall RenovationtoMainBuilding RenovationtoHostels ImprovementinParkingfacilities DevelopingStateofartHitech/DigitalClassrooms DevelopingLaboratoriesasCentreofExcellence. AdministrativeExcellence. Officeautomation Total 25 1276 400 35 145 135 25 10 01 200 300

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Table7.4RESOURCESREQUIREDFORGOVERNMENTCOLLEGEOFPHARMACYAURANGABAD Sr.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 10 AreaofExcellence/Project AcademicExcellence ConstructionofHostelBuilding(approx.2900sq.m) ExtensiontoTraineeHostel ExtensiontoAcademicBuilding ConstructionofMultipurposeHall DevelopingStateofartHitech/DigitalClassrooms DevelopingLaboratoriesasCentreofExcellence. AdministrativeExcellence. Officeautomation Total 25 1240.00 400 35 145 135 200 300 Aproox.Project costinRs.Lakhs

TOTALRESOURCESFORGOVERNEMNTINSTITUTES(Rs.InLakh) 1.Regionaloffice 2.Govt.Polytechnic :0100.00 :1276.00 :3982.00 :1240.00

3.Govt.Engineeringcollege 4.Govt.CollegeofPharmacy

GRANDTOTALRS.6598.00Lakh

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Tableshowingthedetailsofinfrastructurerequiredtosetupnewtechnicalinstitution
Sr.no Typeof institution Duration inYears Land (in acres) Builtup Equipments area (Rs.inLac) (in sq.m) 9750 5850 13388 7255 2750 4167 6432 100 60 30 140 80 Furniture (Rs.in lac) Books (Rs.in lac) Fixed Deposit (Rs.inlac) (AICTE) 25 25 35 25 15 15 15 75 15 75 20 60 60 20 Noof Comp.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Polytechnic D.Pharmacy Engineering Degree Pharmacy MBA MCA HMCT

3 2 4 4 3 2 4

5 5 10 2 1 1.5 2.5

45 20 100 60 20 30 100

15 10 36 20 14 21 40

7.4VocationalEducation&Training Therewillbeaneedforhugeburdenatleast400500croresoverthenextdecade.Provisionshouldbe madeinthebudgettofulfilltheneedoverthenextdecade. (Thedetailsaboutthenumberofnewinstitutestobesetupandcoursestobeofferedwillbedisplayed separatelyonwebsite) 7.5ACTIONPLAN TheinchargeoftherespectivesectorofeducationwilldeveloptheImplementationPlanandensureto

getthefundingfromappropriateauthorities. FormaStudyGroup PrepareDraftProposals Submissionofproposals Followup Executionofprojects Facilitatesmoothfunctioningofprojects

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REFERENCES 1. PlanningCommissionofIndia:ReportonHigherEducationforEleventhFiveYearPlan (2007). 2. ReportofNationalKnowledgeCommission(2009) 3. DraftReport/DiscussionsonOnedayWorkshoponWorldClassinstituteheldatPuneand Aurangabad(2009) 4. ARoadmaptoAchieveandSustainChangebyJosephA.DeFo(PublishedonQualityDigest www.qualitydigest.com) 5. TheEducationRoadmapinSouthAfrica(www.createrpc.org) 6. UNESCOReportonHigherEducation(Abstract2008) 7. ARoadmaptoSuccess:AplantomakeTennesseeSchool#1intheSoutheastWithinFive Years.(October2009) 8. RHSbulletin,March2008,M/oHealdhtandF.W.,GOI 9. DESKDIARYGovt.ofMaharashtra2010 10. ParksTextbookofPreventiveandSocialMedicine2007:19thed. 11. M/sBanarsidasBhanotPulbishers,Jabalpur 12. DistrictStatisticalAbstract. 13. GovernmentResolutions.

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AnnexureII HIGHEREDUCATION TheChangeAgenda (Reference:PlanningCommissionDocumentonEleventhFiveyearPlanforHigherEducation) A. IndianScenarioCurrentIssues GrossEnrolmentRatio(GER)tobeincreasedfrom11%to15%by2012. Mixed bag of Institutions with excellent Institutions like IITs & IIMs endowed with competent faculty alongwithmanymediocreinstitutions. Regionalimbalancesanddisparitybasedonsocioeconomicfactorsandgenderneedstobeaddressed. Lowcurrentlevelofpublicspendingonhighereducation(0.63),whichistargetedfor1.5%intheXIthe FiveYearPlan.(20072012). Declining standard of higher education in government colleges due to reducing per capital funding for HigherEducationfromRs.7676toRs.5522between19902003. Indiaattopwith126%followedbyBrazilat100%andMalaysiaat88%intermsof"RelativeEffortRatio" (percapitaexpenditureonhighereducationdividedbythepercapitaGDP). ResearchFundingabysmallylowofUSD650millionascomparedtoUSD7500MillioninChina. Negligiblepatentregistrationinayearat800ascomparedto2500inChina,25000inJapanand45000in USA. NumberofPhDDegreesconferredperyearonly18000asagainstrequirednumberof45000PhDs,out ofwhichonly5000PhDsareintheScience&Engineeringfield. The National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM), and the Human Resource managersofITmajorshaveprojectedarequirementfor2,00,000to3,00,000engineeringgraduatesover thenextcoupleofyears,withthedemandpeakingby2008. Prevailinggraduateunemploymentduetooversupplytothelabormarketsincertainstreams. Relevance and quality are the key issues quality deteriorates rapidly as one goes deeper into the graduatepool. Lackofcrediblevocationalprogrammersthatcangenerateemploymentfortheyouth.

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45%ofthosewhopassoutfromsecondaryschoolsdonotenterhighereducationbecausetheydonot havethewherewithalortheydonotgettheaccess.

InequalityacrossthelocationsintermsofGER(inurbanitis24%andinruralitis9%.) Serious issue relating to the quality of accreditation and the quality assurance mechanism. NAAC and NBA,togetherhavenotbeenabletocovereven50%ofouruniversitiesandmuchlessinthenatureof colleges.

The mismatch and the gap existing between the skills imparted to the graduates and that which are requiredintheindustry.

B. a]

GovernmentInitiatives EnhancingAccess SpecialschemeshavebeendesignedtoencourageStateGovernmentsandprivatesectortoinvestin370 identifiedDegreeCollegeswhereGERislessthanthenationalaverage.

30 new Central Universities, 8 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IITs), 7 Indian Institute of Management(IIMs),and5IndianInstituteofScience(IISc)andareinpipelinetobesetupthroughPublic PrivatePartnership(PPP)mode.

Efforts are being made to integrate Open Distance Learning (ODL) with the conventional system of learning.ANationalMissiononEducationthroughInformationCommunicationandTechnology(ICT)ison the anvil with the investment of about 5,000 crore Rs. 7,000 crore (UDS1.25 Billion USD1.75 Billion) with the aim to develop interconnectivity between all institutions of higher learning and have ebased content.

Under the National Common Minimum Programme, to support socially disadvantaged meritorious students,thegovernmentinassociationwiththeIndianBankAssociationhassanctionedaboutRs.15000 crore(UDS3.75Billion)ofoutstandingamountforaboutninelakhstudents.

Inanefforttoaddressthelackofavailabilityofqualityfaculty,IndianInstituteofTechnology(IITs)and Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore have a joint initiative called National Programme for TechnologyEnhancedLearning(NPTEL)underwhichabout150coursesaremadeavailableatnocoston thewebsite.

b]

QualityAssurance ProvisionalMembershipofWashingtonAccordhasinitiatedsubstantialreformsintheprocessesadopted byNationalBoardofAccreditation(NBA)tomaketheaccreditationprocessoutcomebased,particularly

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tomeettheinternationalstandards.Introducingcreditsystemforflexibilityandcontinuousevaluationfor improvedlearningandgreaterfocusondesign,researchandinnovationwillbeimperative. c] PromotingResearch TogiveimpetustoResearch&DevelopmentintheUniversities,theJunior&SenorResearchFellowships hasbeenenhancedandapartofresearchfundingwillbeutilizedtoincentivessalariesoftheFaculty. d] OrganisingVigyanJyotiShivirtofacilitateinteractionbetweenpromisingstudentsandNobleLaureates IncentivisingFaculty Toretainqualityfaculty,thesuperannuatingageofthefacultyhasbeenincreasedfrom62to65yearsin CentralUniversities. Toattracttoptalentsintoteaching,aPayRevisionCommitteehasbeenappointedbytheUGCtolookinto thefeasibilityofenhancingtosalariesoffaculty. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. C. a] Tomakethefacultyglobal,someofthefollowingmeasureshavebeeninitiated: Revampingofacademicstaffcolleges Startingofsummerschools Cratingmentorinstitutionsforteachertraining Researchgrantsharing Incentivesforpublicationofpapersinhighimpactjournals Facultyexchangeprogrammesforinternationalexposes Broadbandconnectivityintheinstitutions. ANewApproachtoHigherEducation InclusiveDesign Interventions required across the Education Pyramid by revamping and strengthening of School Education. It is imperative to provide linkage between vocational and tertiary education system with verticalmobilityintegratedinvariousDegrees,CertificatesandDiplomas. Affirmativeactionthroughspecialcoaching,remedialclasses,extraclasses,bridgecourses,scholarships, grants, etc would ensure inclusion of the disadvantaged sections of the society into the mainstream of highereducation.

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InnovativeFunding Crating avenues for income generation for unaided private reinstitutions to encourage genuine private Higher Education providers to invest in the sector. Thus, providing choices to the private sector by allowing"ForProfitInstitutions"withfulltaxliabilitiesaswellas"NotForProfitInstitutions"status.

i.

EnableUniversitiestosettheirownfeesbyintroducingdeferredvariablefeessubjecttoregulation; Increase in resources promotes quality, healthy competitions and relaxes the supply side constraintasnotedinUK. ii. Variablefeesstructureachievesbetterequityandaccessthanthefreehighereducationsystem. TheGovernmentshouldcontinuetoplayinimportantrolebyprovidingincentivestoUniversitiesinthe from of larger subsidies for subjects that are not market oriented and adopting policies to promote access.MostpartoftheHigherEducationCostshouldbebornebyGraduatesasitrendersbothsocialas wellaspersonalbenefits.

StudentfeesrelaxthesupplysideconstraintasfoundinUK.Thefeesshouldnotbehikedovernightbut shouldbeintroducedinacontrolledmanner.Suddenliberalizationoffeescanpoliticallybedestabilizing asincaseofNewZealand.

Furthertomakehighereducationaccessible,governmentshouldfacilitatesoftloansforstudentsthatare easytorepay; i. PromotingIncomeContingentLoansystemwhichdoesnotharmaccessandissuccessfullyfound incountrieslikeAustralia,NewZealand,UKandHungary. ii. iii. InterestsubsidiesarequiteexpensiveasfoundincountrieslikeAustralia,NewZealand,UK. Positive real interest rates are politically feasible as exemplified in Netherlands, Sweden, Hungary.

SoftloansareameanstomakeHigherEducationaccessibletoall.However,acountryshouldnotembark onaloanschemewithoutthefollowingcapabilities; i. ii. iii. iv. Areliablemechanismtoidentifyindividuals Systemstomaintainrecordsofamountsborrowed,cumulativeborrowingandinterestcharges, andthevalueofeachperson'srepayments. Appropriatemechanismstocollectrepayments Modalitiestotracktheincomeofeachborrowerforincomecontingentloansfordefermentof conventionalrepayments.

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c]

QualityAssuranceMechanism DevelopaNationalCurriculumFrameworkfordifferentdisciplinesbyconcernedStatutoryBodies. Specific Curricular Content, Delivery, Evaluation and Internal Quality Assurance to be prescribed and regulatedbyUniversities/DegreeAwardingInstitutions.

EstablishAccreditationCouncils/Boardsfordifferentdisciplines/fieldsbyspecificProfessionalBodies. Each Accreditation Council / Board should be fully autonomous and declined from the Government functionally,financiallyandadministratively.

EachAccreditationCouncil/Boardshouldevolveitsowncomparablenormsandstandards.Overlapping situationshouldbeassessedbyjointmechanism.

Recommendations Needtoincreaseinstitutionalcapacityandenrolmentexpansionbyleveragingthe i. ii. iii. 350Millionyoungpopulationbetween014years 350MillionEnglishspeakingpopulation EverincreasingmiddleclasswhichisasbigasentirepopulationofUK Createstructuralshiftfrom"ordinary"to"employablegraduates". Directengagementof"endusers"witheducationalinstitutions.Forinstance,TCStalenttransformation initiative where they are in direct engagement with the higher education institutions resulting in unemployablegraduatestransformingintoemployablerecruits. Incorporatingsystemstomonitorandaddressaspirations/expectationsofstudents.Planningtoaddress "inclusiveness"throughspreadofUniversitiesandcollege. LeveragingITforcementdevelopmentaswellasfordistancelearning. ProvidingautonomytoUniversitiesincoursecurriculumframingsothatthemarketneedsareaddress. PuttinginplaceaninstitutionalframeworkforIndustryAcademialinkage. Creatinganambiencetoattractfacultytalentandresearchatmosphere. Planningforaugmentationofresourcesfromthegovernmentsectoranditsallocation. Puttinginplaceguidelinesforregulationofprivateinvestmentsthroughapropermechanismand ExaminingthefeasibilityofapragmaticPublicPrivatePartnership(PPP)

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vfkq-d? (Work Group

a)