the vision for new India

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100 percent literacy and school education. Vocational training for all new entrants to the workforce. To equip youth with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in an increasingly competitive world.

on rapid growth trajectory

india

The GDP growth hovers around 8% for last 4 years CMIE Estimate of GDP Growth F Y 06-07: 9.4% GDP expected to achieve higher growth Goldman Sach’s BRIC1 report projects India as one of the fastest growing economy in rst half of 21st century India set to become the 3rd largest economy by 2033 (after China and USA)

India needs skilled, highly skilled and intellectual human resources to lead the nation to a knowledge driven economy

BRIC1 : Brazil, Russia, India and China (CMIE) Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy

2% of Indian youth learn vocational trades.700 foreign students. The world average is 80%. India has 26.10 million schools. India has just 372 universities. In India. And China has 500.000.000.80 million. learning normally stops at age of 20-25.000. Australia has 363. China has 1. China has 900.education bench marking India has 1.650 and Japan 4. Training and re-training is a continuous process in developed countries. Source: Education First .000 Vocational Institutes.114 ITIs and 6. USA 3. India has 5.

35. China will. many openings do not get lled because the quality of education standard in more than half of the colleges is very poor. 7 IIMs and 5 IIScs. service and construction sectors. About 29 million students become a part of the education system each year. Medicine or Management streams. We need to bridge this gap with a holistic solution. Engineering. . The Government envisages to start 6000 Government-run schools and colleges in 372 districts in addition to 8 IITs. Though there aren’t enough colleges. Businesses today are fast paced and dynamic. which is equivalent to the number of students in Australia. Education Mix 72% of the students enter the Arts stream and only 28% enter Science. The Government of India has realised this gap and our PM has stressed up on the importance of education on the 60th Anniversary of our Independence. Singapore and UAE put together. Law.education the true picture India is young: 71% of the population is below 35 years. If India doesn’t grab employment opportunities. Many of them cannot a ord to go to college while there is also an acute shortage of quality colleges.5 million college graduates each year.2 million students pass out of high school each year and less than 10%of them get enrolled in a college. Is it a sustainable mix to fuel industrial growth? A definite No! There’s an acute shortage of skilled personnel in manufacturing. <60% get jobs within 12 months. Of the 3. IT. This alone might not be the answer. Commerce. Hong Kong.

India can turn into a regional hub for education with high quality foreign universities opening their affiliate centers in India. Indian students can interact with Global professors. Indian students can access world class labs and libraries.globalisation of education: the extra edge Employability of Indian youth will increase. Shortage of skilled workers would be addressed. .

imagine a truly global education city .

India has the potential to emerge as regional education hub for Asia and Africa. Given the demand for highly skilled personnel. Government alone cannot meet the rising demands. . Soft skill development and Research up to Postdoctoral level gels well with the requirement of skilled human resource in future. foreign universities are on the look out for a liate institutions in India. capable of setting up campuses with modern and state of art facilities. Private investment in education on rise year on year. Newer educational streams such as Biotechnology. IT.Why an Education City? Severe shortage of quality educational Institutions / Universities in India. Places that are low on real estate costs and high on transport connectivity will emerge clear winners.

Dozens of international schools have been sprung up across the country. . The only world-class centres of excellence STARTED in the last 7-8 years are a couple of IITs / IIMs and business schools such as ISB. In order to achieve economic growth of 10%. and to sustain our competitiveness against China. 8000-acre Vedanta University in Orissa.education city: a reality India needs 80 new world-class Universities. At an average 25. The only one on the anvil is the 100.000 student. we need 80 new truly global universities.000 students per university. we need to add world-class colleges and universities which churn out over 2 million students each year.

imagine an education city in Bangalore .

welcome to Bangalore’s first education city Education City invites to embark on a journey of discovery within Bangalore’s First Integrated Education to Corporate learning and world class Living opportunities at education city 25 Acres Spread University International School Knowledge Village / Foreign University Centers Techno Park / Business Centers Skill Development Centers Mini City including Housing.The Education City in Bangalore will have the same impact as that of ITPL. Hospitals. Clubs. Business Centers. etc . Hotels.

education city: a city within a city .

the education city will host: state-of-the-art sports complex tennis hockey .

the education city will host: state-of-the-art sports complex volley ball athletics .

the education city will host: Incubation Parks IT Park .

the education city will host: tertiary care hospital hotel .

the education city will host: country club & spa food & beverage outlets .

the education city will host: transport interchange hub main streets .

other amenities include: Car Parks Uninterrupted power 24 hour water supply Sewage treatment Plant In-house captive power plant Convention Centre Medical centres Telecom & broadband connections World-class landscaping Wide roads Solid Waste management Banks & ATM’s .

imagine benefits to the educational community .

Provides a platform for local schools to improve their standards and exposure to state of the art practices with multi-national work culture. Availability of R&D facilities and centre for excellence for the industries. .All in one facility and service availability for education houses and institutes to set up and operate their units. Institutes can concentrate on providing quality education and research.

imagine The benefits .

Signi cantly large indirect employment opportunities to over 20. Socio-economic development of the region coupled with improved quality of life. Significant economic growth in the region with accelerated revenue gain for the Government by way of direct and indirect taxes.Will create direct employment opportunity to over 2. . Bangalore can be the education centre of excellence in Asia Will provide education for nearly 5.000 students every year at various levels.500 people.000 people. Proposed project can attract a large part of expected investments in the growing education sector. Bangalore can have a huge share of projected FDI investments in education through Elite institutions across the world.

universities are targeted to setup their affiliate centres .

Berkeley Imperial College. London Ecole Normale Superieure National University of Singapore University of Tokyo Mcgill University University of Melbourne Johns Hopkins University Swiss Federal Institute of Technology University College London University of Pennsylvania University of Toronto University of Edinburg University of Hong Kong Carnegie Mellon University Harvard University University of Cambridge University of Oxford Massachusetts Institute of Technology Yale University Stanford University California Institute of Technology University of California.Columbia University Duke University Cornell University Australian National University LSE. LA University of Texas at Austin . London Princeton University University of Chicago Block Diagram of Education City Elementary and Secondary Schools Polytechnics and Vocational training Centers Several other colleges and universities University of Michigan University of California.

THANK YOU Proposal by Preenand Premachandran preenand@gmail.com .

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