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Chapter 1
1.1 Current State of Higher Education in India
1.2 Universities System and Technical Education
1.3 Centrally Funded Institutions
1.4 50 + Years of Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)
1.5 The Beginnings
1.6 Review of IITs
1.7 IITs – Their Achievements, Aspirations, Concerns
1.8 HRD Minister’s Brainstorming Session with Chairmen, BoG and Directors
1.9 Dr Anil Kakodkar Committee – Formation and Terms of Reference
1.10 Stakeholders’ Voice
1.11 China Visit
1.12 Structure of the Report
Chapter 2
Current State of IITs
2.1 National Needs in Engineering Education
2.2 IITs and National Scene in Engineering Education
Table 2.2 : 15 IITs - Degrees awarded, Publications and Funding
2.3 IITs and Global Scene in Engineering Education
Chapter 3
IITs as Research Institutions
3.1 Scaling at IITs
3.1.1 Research Scholars
3.1.2 Faculty
Table 3.1 : Aggressive Growth of Faculty at IITs
Figure 3.1 : Growth in PhD Programme
Figure 3.2 : Growth of Faculty at IITs
3.2 Where will the PhD students come from?
3.2.1 Undergraduate Students and Student–Teacher Ratio
3.3 Diversity on Campus
3.4 Research Infrastructure
3.5 Technology Leadership
3.6 Industry Interaction
3.7 Interaction With Government Agencies
3.8 Executive M.Tech Programme for Industry
3.9 International/Foreign Students and Faculty
Chapter 4
Governance, Autonomy and Finances
4.1 Context
4.2 Financial Autonomy
Table 4.1 : Operating Revenues of Seven Established IITs
4.3 Key Recommendations on Fee and Scholarship
Table 4.2 : Proposed Scholarship Scheme
Table 4.3 : Masters and PhD Assistantship Payout
4.4 Key recommendation on Pension Liabilities
Table 4.4 : Government Pension for Seven Established IITs
4.5 Key Recommendations on Research and Consultancy
4.6 Key Recommendations on Grants for Infrastructure
Table 4.5 : Income/Expenditure of Established IITs for FY 2009 and FY 2010
Table 4.6 : Student Intake Modelling for the IIT System
Table 4.7 : Student Intake Modelling for the Seven Established IITs
Table 4.8 : Income/Expenditure of Established IITs for FY 2012 Onwards
Table 4.9: Estimated Fee Collection from Students and Government Grants
4.8 Introduction of Special Loan Schemes
4.9 Administrative Autonomy
4.10.1 Financial Implications of Recommendations
Chapter 5
Faculty at IITs
5.1 Scaling of Faculty at IITs
5.2 Part-time and Adjunct Faculty from Industry
5.3 Faculty Pay-scales and Remuneration
5.4 Faculty Appraisal
Chapter 6
Staff at IITs
6.1 Support Staff
6.2 Scientific Staff
6.3 Technical Staff
6.4 Administrative Staff
6.6 Autonomy and Role of Staff
Chapter 7
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
7.1 The Need
7.2 Benefits
7.3 Recipe
Chapter 8
Scaling Engineering Education with Quality in India
Chapter 9
Conclusions and Recommendations
Appendix-I : Dr Anil Kakodkar Committee, Its Constitution and Functioning
Appendix II : Details of Online Questionnaire, Analysis and Results
Appendix III : QS World Rankings
Appendix IV : Note on Executive M. Tech Programme
Appendix V : Suggested Loan Scheme for IIT Students from SBI
Appendix VI : Educational Loan Scheme by Indian Banks’ Association
Appendix VII: How to Set up a New IIT
Appendix VIII : Amendments to The Institutes of Technology Act, 1961 (ACT)
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