Impact of Globalization on Indian Education System

ICIMP-2018 | SPECIAL ISSUE | SEP-2018 | Published Online: 03 October 2018    PDF ( 178 KB )
Dr. S.Karthik 1; Dr. R.Selvakumar 2

1Assistant Professor, Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education, Srivilliputtur (India)

2Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education, Srivilliputtur (India)


Today’s scenario clearly indicates that we are in the world which is more interrelated than before. For the last fifteen years we are quickly moving towards globalization for economic and overall development of the nation. Globalization is the process of bringing different countries together and accomplishing the aim of worldwide development through advance foreign trade and investments. Globalization has affected the entire world in the contemporary era. Globalisation indicates incorporation of world economies through the exchange of ideas, information, trade, technologies, finance and most importantly the human resources. Globalization as a process has impacted almost all the sphere of human life and the overall growth of the world. In today’s competitive ear, education provides individuals with a better chance of employment, which in turn helps leads to a better standard of living. A strong education sector is the foundation of opportunities to lead a decent life. A nation for its effective development and growth should ensure that all young Children at all income level have adequate access to education system. This paper analyzes the positive and negative impact of globalization on Indian education system. The study works with secondary data available through the India ministry of human resource development bureau of planning, monitoring & statistics, FCCI report and various other reports on education system and considering the views of other researchers.

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