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New in online 

marketing

Co‐ Founder and Vice President – International Education

DULEEP DEOSTHALE, PhD

Co‐ Founder and Vice President – International Education

duleepd@admissiontable.com

admissiontable.com

Engineering & India: 

Ground Realities

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Behavioral Patterns of Indian Students

• Keen to exit

• 6 for 1 vs 1 for 6

• Branding / Ranking: Comparison shopping

• Slow in decision making: Waiting for a deal

• Search for scholarship: Bragging Rights

• Beyond the degree: Training / Employment

• Career (salary) prospects

• Rooted in Reality: In India and Abroad

• Return to India

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36 MUMBAI Intake: 21,667

77 BANGALORE

Intake:27786 48 HYDERABADIntake : 16690

41 CHENNAI Intake:14950 56 CALCUTTA Intake:16774 22 DELHI Intake: 7788

TIER I CITIES

TIER I CITIES

 Keep page

 Focus on Tier 2 and Tier 3

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10 AHMEDABAD Intake:3990  51 PUNE Intake:18158 47 BHUBANESHWAR Intake:5988 30 LUCKNOW Intake:12975 2 DEHRADUN Intake:900 15 COCHIN Intake:2850 36 NAGPUR Intake:11397 21 JABALPUR Intake:2670 3 KOTA Intake:960  2 UDUPI Intake:540 24 JAIPUR Intake:8385 2 RANCHI Intake:430

TIER II CITIES

TIER II CITIES

TIER I CITIES

TIER I CITIES

21,667

21,667 22 DELHI Intake: 7788 56 CALCUTTA Intake:16774 36 MUMBAI Intake: 21,667 77 BANGALORE Intake:27786 48 HYDERABAD Intake : 16690 41 CHENNAI Intake:14950 5 CHANDIGARH Intake:1325 43 GHAZIABAD Intake:38340 3590 NAVI MUMBAI Intake:3000 11 PATNA Intake:2850

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43 GHAZIABAD Intake:38340 23 KANPUR Intake:2858 4 HOWRAH Intake:1349 17 MYSORE Intake:5450 6 VADODARA Intake:2220 3590 NAVI MUMBAI Intake:3000 17 THANE Intake:5450 16 FARIDABAD Intake:4950 11 PATNA Intake:2850 16 FARIDABAD Intake:4940 82 BHOPAL Intake:28592 17 RAIPUR Intake:5450

TIER II CITIES

TIER II CITIES

TIERIII CITIES

TIERIII CITIES

TIER I CITIES

TIER I CITIES

22 DELHI Intake: 7788 56 CALCUTTA Intake:16774 36 MUMBAI Intake: 21,667 77 BANGALORE Intake:27786 48 HYDERABAD Intake : 16690 41 CHENNAI Intake:14950 5 CHANDIGARH Intake:1325 3 KOTA Intake:960  24 JAIPUR Intake:8385 2 RANCHI Intake:430 10 AHMEDABAD Intake:3990  2 DEHRADUN Intake:900 51 PUNE Intake:18158 30 LUCKNOW Intake:12975 2 UDUPI Intake:540 15 COCHIN Intake:2850 21 JABALPUR Intake:2670 36 NAGPUR Intake:11397 47 BHUBANESHWAR Intake:5988

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India (2015)

Total Population

1.27 Billion

Total Population under 25

> 60%

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Number of Universities

677

Number of Colleges

37,204

Degree Granting Institutions

700 +

Student Enrolment

22 Million +

UG

86%

Graduate

12%

Research

1%

Diploma

1%

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Demand for UG engineering at its highest

23.5 million undergraduate students

4 million Engineering undergraduate 

students

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Engineering Colleges

2006‐07

2014‐15

< 1681

> 4275

Private Ownership

Public Ownership

> 90%

< 10%

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Fee Structure (2015)

IIT 

NIIT

$3.5K‐$4K  (prop)

$7K

$4K‐$5K (prop)

Institute

Fee

% of student who can afford

<2% 

<2% 

<1% 

Manipal (MIT)

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Higher Education Dynamics:

DEMAND

5.3 million graduates unemployed

Positive correlation between level of 

education & unemployment

Problem of inertia in public HE

SUPPLY

22 million graduates, 2.46 millions 

added every Year

83% enrolment in Arts , Science and 

Commerce

Small base enrolment in Graduate & 

Research

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Constraints in

research

capacity and

innovation

Low quality of

teaching and

learning

Uneven growth

and access to

opportunity

Enormous unmet

demand for higher

education – only

18% students

enrollment

Challenges in 

Indian Higher 

Education

India: The HE challenge

(15)

Quantity 

AND

(16)

Unemployed 

vs

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India’s HE policies: Declining role of govt. in governance

From

To

 Direct management of public institutions

 Indirect control based on performance‐linked 

funding and quality recognition

 Regulatory regime of multiple bodies with 

conflicting and overlapping mandates

 Single independent regulator that is hands‐

off

 Focus on maintaining high barriers to entry

 Focus on high standards of accreditation

 Funding of institutions

 Funding of individuals (including faculty, 

students and researchers) – leading to 

institutions taking greater responsibility for 

sourcing funding and effective utilization

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Indian universities: World University Rankings 

4

12

25

49

109

India

China

Australia

UK

US

Times Higher Education World University Rankings (Top 400), 2013‐14

(19)

14 million+

New university seats needed by 2020

(20)

Q

uality

of teaching & learning

Shortage of Faculty

Poor quality teaching

Outdated curricula

Lack of

accountability

Separation of

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Indira Nooyi,

CEO PepsiCo

Madras Christian

College

The non‐IIT Faces

Satya Nadela,

CEO Microsoft

Manipal Institute of

Technology

Rakesh Kapoor,

CEO Reckitt

Benckiser

BITS Pilani

Shantanu Narayen,

CEO Adobe Systems

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Reasons for low US collaboration

Lack of funding 

Quality assurance mechanisms

Mismatch in curricula

Transfer of credits

Academic calendar

Quality & availability of faculty 

Visas to invite international faculty to India 

Restrictive regulatory environment

Bureaucracy

Poor follow up

Lack of structure (student services)

Lack of appropriate facilities

5

49

60

77

440

Joint campus

Twinning

Program

Collaboration

Twinning Program

Collaboration

Functioning from

home campus

International Higher Education By 

Type

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Faculty exchange programs 

Twinning Programs 

Capacity Building 

Recruitment for advanced degrees

Online Education Programs 

Student Exchange Programs

Joint research programs

Changes Expected in Indian Higher Education

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Changes (cont)

GIAN (knowledge transfer)

Credit Transfer system

Universities for Innovation and Research

Joint Degree

MOOC‐ SWAYAM (openEdx) (access)

Vocational Degree

National Skill Qualification Framework

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Recommendations to US universities

Institutions:

Penetrate Tier 2 & 3 cities (explore)

Leadership & Management (guidance/partnerships)

Methodology & Pedagogy (workshops)

Mentoring / Shadowing (collaboration)

Digital Learning Technologies (sharing)

Engage with all levels of education (especially high schools)

Students:

Scholarship Opportunities (levels)

Mentoring / Shadowing programs (incl. high schools) (virtual / on site)

Practical training (upon graduation)

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Benefits from international engagement

Competition, collaboration with foreign providers

Cost of education

Development of new talent

Raise standards: Quality, Management, Governance

Reduce bottleneck for admission

Revenue generation

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US to India?

Exposure to the Indian HE environment

‐ Understanding the 3

rd

largest economy in the world

‐ Engaging with the 2

nd

biggest startup environment in the world

‐ Immersion into a huge innovation pool

‐ Develop awareness of behavioral patterns

‐ Networking / Career prospects

‐ Internships 

www.passporttoindia.com

US State Dept & Ohio State University initiative to support US students 

planning to study in India

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