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THE PHARMA REVIEW (NOVEMBER - DECEMBER 2010)

Quality in Pharma Education: Role of Teacher, Technology and Management

Dr. P. G. Yeole

Introduction: HRD chief (Govt. of India) Kapil Sibbal promises that a insurrection larger than the one in the telecom sector awaits the education sector with the current globalization. It is obvious that the main bases of globalization are information and innovation, and they, in turn, are highly knowledge intensive. Internationalized and fast-growing information industries produce knowledge goods and services. Today’s massive movements of capital depend on information, communication, and knowledge in global markets. And because knowledge is highly portable, it lends itself easily to globalization. If knowledge is fundamental to globalization, globalization should also have a profound impact on the transmission of knowledge which is felt throughout the educational system. The effect thus increases the demand for education, especially university education, and this increases pressure on the whole system for higher quality learning, often producing perverse educational consequences, particularly from the stance of equity.

 

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