Linking research and resource

Some food for thought on the investments in institutes and universities with a result oriented approach based on the research grounds:

Linking Investments in Human Resources to a result oriented approach

  1. No. of high calibre students churned out from an institute vis-à-vis the common pool through a proper method of referencing calibre
  2. No. of advanced research taken into consideration in an institute keeping at least a decade in mind in the future
  3. Results in citation index – amount of references that can be taken into account per quarter, year and five years
  4. Current status in investments in research might be better to some extent only. You cannot provide 200% investment options at one stretch
  5. No. of active faculties in research and exploration of thoughts and ideas and the inter ratio among them. Close symbiosis among the faculties should inspire greater investments
  6. No. of faculties from A++ institutions both from and outside India with a  proper method taken into place
  7. External Funding Opportunities available to an institute outside known norms and procedures and the number of such research procedures
  8. Industry interaction – How do the research impact the social cause of India. How do we link research to the social objectives
  9. CSR and Special Objectives – How do they affect funding opportunities directly to the growth of the nation
  10. Short-Term Research and Mid-Term Research take by the institute in the last 5 years

Reverse Swing

  1. Regular citation of work praise and internal monitoring system of the work in quarterly and half-yearly basis
  2. Turn the tide by working on the issues of taking the faculties back at higher levels after they return to India
  3. Enough ground for continuing continual research should be present for the faculties to come back
  4. Allowing to head administration from the front gate like industry interaction
  5. Imbibe original work and no churn out of fake clinical trials and observations

Overall

  1. New methods and methodologies in experiential learning via different mechanisms and procedures
  2. Learning beyond the class rooms as this impacts your softer skills
  3. The Shishya-Gurukul method, Montessori and Waldorf method Best Practices embedded together as a whole
  4. Emphasizing on basics only since day zero
  5. Communication Skills- Learning within the peer group in discussions and other practical methods
  6. Challenging always the basic ground level involving the application of the basic fundamentals
  7. Intuitive thinking and development – how can we do that? Can we develop them?
  8. Do not overstress students- Learning should be fun right from the start
  9. Originality preserved, attention to new ideas and concepts, challenging the roots
  10. Maximum learning from the class rooms right from the scratch with maximum span attention

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