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9 X 7 X 0.98 inch, 212, Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd, 2016, Usually Ships in 1-2 Days, No, Paperback, New, First, DR. Rajiv V. Dharaskar

IIIT is the most successful Self-Sustainable Research University Model with unique blend of Education, Research and Industry Partnership. It Matches perfectly with the concept of “University of 21st Century” in the Era of Knowledge-Based-Society. The IIIT-B, IIIT-D and IIIT-H are the Market Leaders. They have developed this successful Model after one and half decade long Struggle. All the established engineering institute have potential to become IIIT’s which are fastest growing Top-Ranking T-School in India.

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Rs.375.00
No, 2014, Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd, First, India, Paperback, New, Dr. Dharaskar
This book deals with Washington Accord along with Multi-Objective and Multi-Parameter Based Integrated Model for Developing WCU which combines hundreds of Factors with Complex Inter Relationships among them

This book deals with Integrated Approach for developing WCU and Tier-1 Institutes under Washington Accord to achieve multiple objectives like:
  • Globalization and Internationalization
  • International Standards
  • Financial Challenges
  • Extended Governing Model and Finance Model
  • Change Management processes
  • Development of Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary culture
  • Tightly coupled Distance Education with Academic programs
  • Tightly coupled Vocational Education with Academics
  • Enhancing the Brand Name of the Institute or University
  • Teaching Reputation
  • Research Reputation
  • Enhancing Graduate Attributes
  • Developing Global Employability at par with Developed countries
  • 24x7 Teaching-Learning Activities through Learning beyond Classroom (LBC)
  • Enhancing Faculty Productivity
  • Enhancing Productivity of University or Institute
  • Selection of best processes for optimizing financial investment through Benchmarking
  • Selection of best legal framework and location
  • Strengthening the National Economy and GDP through Knowledge Based Economy
  • Relation of Global Economy and World Order with WCU
  • Crucial and balanced admission policies and many more aspects
About the Author
He is Director, MPGI Group of Institutes Integrated Campus Nanded. He is former Professor and Head, PG Department of Computer Science and Engineering, G H Raisoni College of Engineering, TEQIP II beneficiary Autonomous Institute, Nagpur. He had started his career at MIET, Gondia (1984-2008).

He is Ph.D. in Computer Science & Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering & Technology, MTech (Computers), P.G. Dip. (Computers), M.Phil. and M.Sc. He is having 30 years of teaching and 22 years of R&D experience in the field of Computers & IT.

He has more than 260 research papers to his credit. He has guided 4 PhD scholars, 35 MTech scholars and more than 10 PhD research scholars are working on various subjects like Digital Forensics / Cyber Security, Software / Usability Engineering, HCI, Mobile Computing, ECommerce, E-Learning etc. He has delivered numerous Keynote addresses at international conferences and serves on several International advisory boards. He is on editorial or review board of prestigious International Journals and worked as a Reviewer for dozens of International Conferences and journals. His details are available at http://www.dharaskar.com
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Rs.575.00
No, 2013, Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd, First, India, Paperback, New, Dr. Dharaskar
The Technology-storm has stretched the boundaries of Universities across the globe. The Digital revolution is changing the dimensions of student’s Learning Space beyond the campuses. The classrooms are converted into Global Studios. Through Technology, the Teachers are playing the role of Universal Connectors to International Knowledge Hubs. The Games & Simulation Technologies are changing the Pace of Human Learning. The Google, Interactive E-Books, Digital Library adding global component to University Libraries. The Administrators are using range of CRM software along with Social Networking to manage customers like alumni, international students and campus placement and companies across the globe. The Cloud Computing, VNC and BYOD are pushing the computer labs and server rooms to the remote corners of the earth. The Virtual and Augmented Reality technologies facilitate the global laboratories and adding new dimension to learning. University Industry Technological Partnerships are diluting Geographical Boundaries between Nations. The technology facilitates satellite campuses throughout the world. On the top of this, the e-learning technology, YouTube, Wikipedia, Video Repositories, Open Course Ware, Podcast and MOOC are threatening the existence of University Empires. The Collaborative software, Facebook, LinkedIn, Smart Phones, Kindle, all these have changed the way society has de ned its boundaries. The 3D Printing is reshaping Teaching, Learning, Visualization Capability, Rate of Innovations at universities, industries and medical eld. Robot Surgery is revamping medical profession. Virtual O ce tools, Online Surveillance Systems, Paperless o ce and Integrated Internet based Management Information Systems gives the power to operate the university o ce from any corner of the globe. One cannot a ord to overlook these EDU-storms. It’s all about journey from Campus 1.0 to Campus 2.0 About the Author Dr. Rajiv V. Dharaskar is working as Director, MPGI Group of Institutes Integrated Campus Nanded. He is former Professor and Head, PGDepartment of Computer Science and Engineering, G H Raisoni College of Engineering, TEQIP II beneficiary Autonomous Institute, Nagpur
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Rs.800.00
No, 2014, Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd, First, India, Paperback, New, Dharaskar
This book covers almost every difficulty in developing World Class Universities or Institutes in India along with solution space, which can help to frame policies and strategic plans for optimum results on every front, considering ground realities. This knowledge is essential for every academician, who is interested in overall personal, institutional and national growth.

The di ffculties includes: Unable to attract global talent, shortage of faculty, vacant faculty positions, brain drain, social status of teacher, attracting foreign players, working conditions & global standards, not-for-pro t clause and PPP model, budget allocation but not spending, UGC budget, 90% budget for operating expenses, reluctant to generate revenue, tax system and endowment, FDI, fee xation and capitation fees problem, a ordability, salary structure and service condition, privilege to public institutes, funding for private institutes, invest in equity market and no carry forward surpluses, poor research outputs, S&T Indicators, citation, number of PhD and research publications, patents, universities and research laboratories should not be separate, R&D in Indian industries, focus shouldn’t be on bringing technologies, research motivations, mostly for career advancement, research funding: universities gets 10% & higher education gets just 4%, need of research institute involved in teaching, innovation and creativity, focus of premier institute on undergraduate education, research component at undergraduate level, post graduate facilities, curriculum design problem, missing post-doctoral culture, skewed research growth, virtual brain drain by NMC, alumni association, international accreditation, restrictions on foreign players, academic collaborations, internationalization, threat of globalization lack of manpower may shift the business, complex regulatory mechanism, poor quality of higher education, inadequate freedom, not clear direction, coordination of regulatory bodies, growth of a liated colleges and universities, recognition from university but not from UGC, overloaded system, top most institutes are not universities, loopholes in legal systems, no undergraduate education at university, need of performance based regulatory mechanism, strange norms, WCU always limited in size and not scalable, needs professional management, freedom and training, 75% not accredited, scattered funding schemes, no objective for any course, rigid curriculum and lack of multidisciplinary approach, choice based inter university credit system, misuse of platform, vocational training, involvement of teachers in politics, teachers union, not-for-pro t clause is only on paper, academic performance indicator, education as a service industry, retirement age, state wise policy variations and skewed growth, states reluctance for reforms and implementation problems, parliament over delay in passing crucial bills, GER and economic growth, political involvement, the mindset, technology rede ning university, global employability, missing center of excellence, industry-institute interface, technology transfer, incubation centers, industrial income, industry inertia & corporate social responsibility. The views on these issues are quoted and discussed along with possible feasible solutions.
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Rs.650.00
No, 2013, Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd, First, India, Paperback, New, Dr. Dharaskar
Road-map to Uplift Existing Higher Education Institutes to Internationally Accredited Top Ranking World Class Institutes

Covers thousands of parameters to know exact current status of University, Blueprint of Future Plans and Vigilance Mechanisms like Feedback, Audit, Benchmarking; Reveals detailed Techniques to Achieve Goals of World Class University like Developing Strong Financial Backbone, International Students $100bn Market,Global Talent Hunt, Global Employability and Injecting it to Academic Culture, International Accreditations, Teaching to Research University, Two Way Industry Interface, Internationalization of Curriculum Design with Highly Flexible Credit System, Technology to Keep Ahead of the Race, Hundreds of Best Practices and Case Studies

Compiled after referring thousands of pages, which includes Reports, Research Outcomes, Books, White Papers, Research Papers, Strategic Plans, Higher Education Magazines, Websites of Top Ranking  Universities and Reviews written by Hundreds of Higher Education Leaders of more than 30 Countries
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Rs.650.00
No, 2013, Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd, First, India, Paperback, New, Dr. Dharaskar
Dr. Rajiv V. Dharaskar is working as Director, MPGI Group of Institutes Integrated Campus Nanded. He is former Professor and Head, PGDepartment of Computer Science and Engineering, G H Raisoni College of Engineering, TEQIP II beneficiary Autonomous Institute, Nagpur. Professor is Ph.D. in Computer Science & Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering & Technology, M.Tech. (Computers), P.G. Dip. (Computers), M.Phil. and M.Sc. He is having 28 years of teaching and 19 years of R&D experience in the field of Computers & IT. Professor has authored books on Programming Languages. He has published over 235 research papers on computer engineering. He has guided 3 PhD scholars, 35 MTech scholars and more than 10 PhD research scholars are working on various subjects like Digital Forensics / Cyber Security, Software / Usability Engineering, HCI, Mobile Computing, E-Commerce, ELearning etc. He has delivered numerous Keynote addresses at international conferences and serves on several International advisory boards. He is on editorial or review board of prestigious International Journals and worked as a Reviewer for dozens of International Conferences. His details are available at http://www.dharaskar.com
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Rs.500.00