Are Higher Education Institutions Really Knowledge Managers? An Indian Perspective

By M. S. Rawat.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Higher Education in India is faced with great challenges and difficulties related to creating an inclusive design, funding, enhancement of quality in teaching, research and development, leveraging technology for learning, employability of graduates and equitable access to the benefits of international co-operation. Building a road map for addressing these issues needs an understanding of the role of higher education in the management of a knowledge economy. To become real knowledge managers, H.E. is expected to be more dynamic in its approach and practice. Therefore, India is to make its transition to a knowledge economy where creation, dissemination, sharing and uses of knowledge may facilitate its growth and development.

Keywords: Knowledge Managers

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 9, Issue 7, pp.141-154. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.287MB).

Dr. M. S. Rawat

Associate Professor & Principal, Delhi College of Arts & Commerce, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India

Dr. M.S. Rawat, Associate Professor, was selected through Foreign Assignment Service uder the scheme Administrative Reforms Commission, Govt. of India to teach in the Department of Business Studies in Nigeria. He was nominated as a expert for Faculty of Business Management at H.N.B., Garhwal University, Uttarakhand. He is expert member of Board of Studies at various Universities India. He is Member of Indian Council of Arbitration, a sponsored body by Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India. Dr. Rawat has published more than two dozen papers on Knowledge Management and Innovation and has attended more than 30 National and International Conferences.


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