Higher Education System: Knowledge, State & Potential
This paper embraces the study of quality parameters of higher education institutions responsible for
producing employable graduates and thus resulting in enhanced industry acceptance and eventually
employability. The newly introduced National Education Policy announced by the Government of India
in 2020 is also being studied and discussed to detail the challenges associated with the Indian
Education System, its current stature, and the scope of modifications with an intent to enhance the
employability of young graduates. As a case study, the USA education system is studied to understand
the unique quality parameters as per the global ranking agencies like THE World Ranking, QS, etc.
associated with the employability and quality of education at education institutions.
Author's Name: Anjani Kumar Bhatnagar, Dr. Uday Khanna and Dr. Ajay Rana
Volume: Volume 11
Issues: Volume 11
Keywords: Campus Recruitment, Employability, Higher Education, Industry Connect, NEP- 2020, UNESCO, University Ranking System.