Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center Stanford University


Publications




Understanding the Expansion and Quality of Engineering Education in India (draft)

Working Paper

Authors
Martin Carnoy - Stanford University
Rafiq Dossani
Jandhyala Tilak - National University of Planning Administration

Issued by
Stanford University, 2010


This is a study of higher education and quality in one of the world's largest
developing economies: India. India is already an important global economic player, and, unusual for developing countries, its success is due in part to exports of information technology services. By mid-century, India could be an economic powerhouse, but one factor influencing whether it reaches this level will be how successfully it creates quality higher education to put its labor force at the cutting edge of the information society. It is difficult to imagine large economies reaching higher stages of development in the 21st century without high levels of innovative, well-trained, politically savvy professionals.