With Industrial Revolution 4.0 set to influence almost every sector, an obvious requirement of the corporate for near future is to have innovative and industry-ready graduates. For this, Higher Education sector holds significance, as it’s the last threshold which everyone aims to eagerly cross and grab a highly rewarding job.
All this and much more in terms of new challenges, scope, and visions of the education sector, especially in higher learning, and an evolving role of HR professionals in the corporate world has inspired us to organise the Higher Education and Human Resource Conclave in Chandigarh.
The summit aims to initiate discussions and deliberations on the finest practices and challenges of India’s Higher Education landscape and their possible solutions.
Our latest issue of the DigitalLEARNING magazine carries the cover story titled “Redefining Higher Education through New-Age Innovations”. It underlines how technology, social change, and the cost inflation are posing multiple challenges for students in higher education thus laying emphasis on the need to be innovative in an educational system, usually wary of changes.
We have also carried two special features. One laying focus on “Government-Industry-Academia Collaboration Key to Quality Higher Education” It mentions how the rapid pace of change across the globe has compelled them to be in sync with each other to address some of the major challenges of higher education landscape.
There is another special feature “HR Professionals – A Force to Reckon With” which underlines the evolving role and expectation from Human Resource departments in a rapidly changing corporate scenario. It highlights how HR is steadily acquiring a new narrative.
This special issue also carries the “Top Private and Deemed-to-be-Universities Ranking 2019”. While ranking various universities, it highlights the evolving need to have relevant education and nurture an approach to stay ready to walk into unexplored territories. For this, the role of universities has turned critical.
In this fifth edition of Top Private and Deemed-to-be-Universities Ranking, universities from different zones of India have been ranked on the basis of some key parameters.
The magazine also carries a comprehensive report of the 9th Higher Education and Human Resource Conclave Hyderabad in which top-notch policymakers, edu-leaders, and stakeholders from higher education and human resource industry participated in the two-day conclave in February.
With such a variety of articles, reports and other write ups, we hope this magazine will evoke an invaluable feedback of our esteemed readers.