Study on Curriculum Redesigning-Suggestive Framework for Skill Enhancement in Higher Education in India
Knowledge is the new money of the twenty-first century. Without a doubt, education is undergoing a paradigm transition, with a greater focus on skills and employment. On the one hand, efforts are being made to increase gross enrolment, while on the other hand, there is a growing and legitimate fear that graduates will be unemployed. Our graduates’ abilities need to be improved in order for them to be more employable, according to mounting evidence. This would be accomplished by implementing a well-crafted curriculum. The current study looks at numerous educational models/theories of curriculum design in order to make education more relevant. An outcome-based education framework must be explored with defined learning goals and techniques or processes for monitoring these learning outcomes, even in nonprofessional undergraduate degree programmes offered by higher education institutions. The study finds that many more curriculum frameworks in the Indian context must be considered in order to apply the “Best Fit Model” for higher education institutions.
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Department of Geography, Parvatibai Chowgule College of Arts & Science, Margoa, Goa, India.
Nandini Vaz Fernandes
Department of Zoology, Parvatibai Chowgule College of Arts & Science, Margoa, Goa, India.
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