It is an irrefutable fact that the current eon has its roots embedded in the concept of globalization. Advancement in technology and science has constricted us to a belvedere where things are more approachable than ever. In a matter of a few seconds we are able to communicate with a person at the other nook of the world. The world has never been so connected. Ripple effects of some event in some part of the world can be so easily felt in others; such is the extent to which the cultures and practices have become linked. The world for youngsters has become as an open land of opportunities. But in order for this to transpire to a wider number of students, the onus lies on the educationists and academicians to incorporate a more global dimension to the existing education, says a senior lecturer of Sharda University Noida.
She further suggests that the education system calls for a rehashing, right from administration to its functioning. She advocates that in such a global world, it is imperative to impart education that matches international set standards. Also, there is a need to provide students with global learning experience. In this wake, exchange programs should be set up with various prestigious international universities.
Over the past few years, various partnerships have been set up between Indian and foreign universities. But this needs to be expedited. Also, we need to improve our existing system by introducing courses that fit international jargon and seem relevant. Education is the best way to exchange ideas while propagating the existing ones, remarked a professor of Sharda University.
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