– A policy brief is a concise summary of information that can help readers understand, and likely make decisions about, government policies.
– It includes the policy options to solve a problem and recommendations on the best option.
– Their purpose is to communicate the practical implications of research to a specific audience, and visual aids are often used to make information more accessible.
– The CITE Policy Briefs section will publish in the areas of the Higher Education and other relevant areas connected to higher education and universities.
– Working papers are a type of document used to analyze, discuss, and report on a specific area of research.
– They are typically written by academics and researchers who are exploring a certain topic.
– Working papers are an important part of the research process, and they can often be used to help form the basis of a larger project.
– A conference proceeding is a collection of papers presented at a conference, symposium, or similar event.
– These papers are typically peer-reviewed and published in a book, journal, or online format.
– Conference proceedings are important in the academic world as they serve as a source of research and can be used to create new knowledge.
– Additionally, they provide a platform for researchers to present their work, exchange ideas, and build professional relationships.
– Conference proceedings also serve to document important events and new developments in the field.
CITE is planning to introduce a quarterly research journal in 2023-24.
Rethinking Higher Education:
Making India Vishwa Guru Again
Editors: Rahul Karad and Srinivas Subbarao
Higher Education is crucial for knowledge development and innovations. India in the past two millennia was the leader of knowledge and the colonisation in the last few centuries purposefully side-lined India’s global influence in education, philosophy, and new ways of thinking. With majority of youth power and technology leadership, 21st Century has offered a unique opportunity to India to again become the Vishwa Guru. In realising this dream higher education institutions will have to play a very prominent role.
This call for book chapter contribution to this edited volume invites stakeholders and experts in the Indian Higher Education space in India and around the world including the industry leaders, funding agencies, academics, leaders in the diaspora, media, and civil society partners to share their expression of interest to contribute a chapter. There will be a modest honorarium for chapter contribution.
The following are the proposed sub-themes of the book.
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