Information and Communication Technology vis-a-vis Quality Enhancement in Higher Education

  • L. P. Singh Director, Institute of Business Management, Bela (Darbhanga)
Keywords: Higher Education, Information Technology, Quality Parameters

Abstract

matters. The methodologies adopted were subjective and objective and included observation, conceptualization, verification, articulation
and teaching. As a result, India had gone far ahead of other countries in science – especially in mathematics, astronomy and chemistry,
metallurgy and physics before the advent of modern era.
However, despite such an impressive growth of higher education over the past seventy years in Quantitative terms, its growth in
qualitative terms has been an area of serious concern. The most appalling issue in this respect is that the very concept of QUALITY OF
HIGHER EDUCATION has perhaps not been appropriately addressed. An attempt has been made in this paper to identify some
prominent parameters of Quality in higher education. Next to it, we also propose to delineate the role of modern ICT in enhancing the
Quality of higher education in the light of the identified parameters of quality.

Author Biography

L. P. Singh, Director, Institute of Business Management, Bela (Darbhanga)

Formerly, Professor & Head, Department of Commerce & Business Administration
Ex-Director, Management Programme, L.N. Mithila University, Darbhanga

Published
2022-12-28
How to Cite
Singh, L. (2022). Information and Communication Technology vis-a-vis Quality Enhancement in Higher Education. Management Insight, 18(2), 1-8. Retrieved from http://journals.smsvaranasi.com/index.php/managementinsight/article/view/1593