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INDUCTING YOUNG TALENTS TO TEACHING FRATERNITY. Dr K A Radhakrishna Rao Asst Prof. in E & C Engg. PES College of Engg. Mandya. Motivation. India’s fast growing economy India’s supremacy in IT and other Engg Sector Transformation of India from developing to developed country

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Inducting young talents to teaching fraternity

INDUCTING YOUNG TALENTS TO TEACHING FRATERNITY

Dr K A Radhakrishna Rao

Asst Prof. in E & C Engg.

PES College of Engg. Mandya


Motivation
Motivation

  • India’s fast growing economy

  • India’s supremacy in IT and other Engg Sector

  • Transformation of India from developing to developed country

  • India from follower to leader

  • Forecasted wooing $500bn business in the next 10 years

  • Great EQQ formula


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  • Tough Competition from countries like China, Singapore etc..

  • Requirement of huge technical manpower

    All these facts motivates one to relook at Technical Education in India


Why quality in technical education
Why quality in Technical Education?

  • Fall in quality over recent years

  • Industry demanding quality engineers in large numbers

  • Mismatch between quality and quantity

  • Nearly 30-40% of candidates entering Engineering are below average

  • Quench for learning dropping down in students


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  • Students are concentrating more on scoring marks rather than understanding concepts

  • Lack of problem solving skills noticed in students

  • Most of them lack good communication skill

  • Syllabus needs practical orientation

  • Frequent accreditation of teachers not done


Role of teachers in delivering quality education
Role of teachers in delivering quality education

  • Teachers are main pillars of education system

  • A good teacher can deliver thousands of good students to society

  • A bad teacher can spoil the future of a student

  • A good teacher can motivate students to achieve maximum


Why do we need young talents in teaching profession
Why do we need young talents in teaching profession

  • The present market trend demands large number of quality engineers in next 15-20 years

  • In next 25 years India will be the global leader in technology

  • The coming generation of teachers should be able to generate large number of quality engineers

  • The young talented teachers can correct supply-need mismatch


Do we have bright young teachers
Do we have bright young teachers?

  • For most of them teaching profession is third choice after industry and continuing education

  • Top 60% never opt this profession

  • For most of them it is just a stop-gap arrangement

  • Lack of commitment and dedication in the fresh entrants

  • The learnability is almost zero with these young teachers

  • Not willing to involve in overall development of a student


Who are responsible for this
Who are responsible for this?

  • Government (both central and state)

  • Industries

  • Managements of the Institution

  • Society


Reasons
Reasons

  • No respect and regard to this profession unlike earlier years

  • Salary packages are not attractive in comparison to industry

  • Profession does not offer good carrier growth in most Institutes

  • Industries pulling talented candidates with lucrative offers

  • Govt and Society (particularly parents) are not motivating young talents to take this profession


Remedies
Remedies

  • Awareness

  • Attraction

  • Retention


Government
Government

  • Identify bright young talents while they are studying and motivate them to take this profession.

  • Offer attractive salaries in par with industry

  • Support acquiring higher qualifications and certifications

  • Honour the additional qualifications with necessary promotions and monetary offers


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  • Provide an attractive carrier growth path

  • Institute good number of young teacher awards

  • Support research and consultancy activity with necessary grants

  • Formulate suitable scheme to retain bright young teaching talents

  • Support teachers to acquire industrial experience


Managements of the institutes
Managements of the Institutes

  • Quality should be the major criteria in selecting teachers

  • Attract bright talents to this profession with attractive salary packages

  • Identify good teachers and reward them

  • Support teachers acquiring higher qualifications and extra skills


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  • Motivation in the form of increments and appreciations for every additional certifications

  • Organize seminars and workshops on teaching skills and ethics of teaching

  • Narrow down gap between management and teachers by taking them into confidence and motivate them to excel in their profession


Industry
Industry

  • Being the major beneficiaries of quality education system, pump certain funds to this system

  • Start tie ups with class B institutes which provide most of the manpower in the form of Institute-Industry alliances

  • Sponsor good number of faculty chairs in each Institute

  • Outsource training programs to academia


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  • Institute young teacher awards

  • Support consultancy and research activities by starting innovation labs at institutes

  • Support conduction of seminars and conferences on emerging and fundamental topics

  • Support sabbatical for teachers at industry


Society
Society

  • Parents must support their children taking up this profession

  • Recognize good teachers and felicitate them

  • Parents should demand quality education to their children


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • Just the label of nobleness will not attract people to this profession

  • Offer attractive packages in par with industry standards and make them accountable in delivering quality education

  • Inducting young talents to teaching fraternity has long standing benefits

  • These talents can create better future for younger generation

  • Could act as catalyst in India’s economic growth.


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