RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION CULTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN ODISHA
Rasmilata Nayak,Sudhakar Patra
The objectives of the paper is to analyse research outputs, self financing courses, research initiatives and inclusive education in Odisha. The study highlights on Government investment in in research activities and Researchers who lead them with the expectations that the country benefits in the long term from increased productivity and enhance social development.The total expenditure on higher education by Odisha State government is approximately Rs.1, 200 Crore which represents 0.5% of its Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP). This includes plan and non-plan for revenue and capital expenditure. The states annual per capita expenditure on higher education for its 18-23-year-old population is about Rs. 2,700 (EY, 2015). Studies have highlighted the value of continuity of sound leadership in enhancing institutional strength. All HEIs have Student Placement Cells but not all are equally functional. Cells are headed on a part-time basis by a member of the faculty who is a full-time teacher of a discipline, fitting in the management of the cell.Skills development, much sought after by employers, was supported by some colleges through well-planned co-curricular activities and processes. Experience with interactive sessions outside the regular classroom environment increases the flexibility and ease with which graduates can adapt to new environments.
Keywords: Culture, Journals, Patients, Publications, Research Policies
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)
Published on : 2023-09-08