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“IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION ON EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA”

DEEPIKA PARASHAR GUEST LECTURER DEPTT. OF POL.SC & PUBLIC ADMN. DR.H.S.G.V.V,SAGAR deepikaparashar2008@gmail.com| |

The word Globalisation is a catch phrase in India since the decade of 90’s.It means integrating Indian economy, its ideas and culture with other countries of the world. The principle objective of education is the overall development of an individual. Education is undergoing constant changes under the effects of globalisation. The effects of globalisation on education bring rapid developments in technology and communications are foreseeing changes within learning systems across the world as ideas, values and knowledge, changing the roles of students and teachers, and producing a shift in society from industrialisation towards an information-based society. In the research paper an effort is made to highlight the positive and negative implications of Globalisation on education and also remedies to the challenges faced by it. On moving towards its positive aspects it is evident that due to globalization there is explosion of knowledge. Access to knowledge has been made easier through Information Technology, satellites, supersonic travel etc, No country can afford to erect walls around it. A country like India for example, has no reason to discard globalisation because it has a large potential for natural resources, large national market, strong industrial base, a powerful R & D infrastructure and above all a highly knowledgeable and skilled manpower that can stand on its own in global competition and rise to any challenge. Employment based education was the most precious gift of gobalisation. Education can...

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