• Richa Chaurasia Research Fellow, Department of Education, University of Allahabad


Innovation at Higher Education, Smart Classroom, Smart Institution, Smart Pedagogy, Education for all etc


Higher Education is considered to be the most important for the development of any country. It has a remarkable place in the process of social, political and economical change in any economy, as higher education directly contributes towards the human resource development of the country by educating and placing people in the workforce. It also enhances the style of living. In this context the human resource today is highly technological than ever and are demanding new and innovative ways to learn. As a result of development of smart phones, smart devices, smart systems and smart technologies, there is enormous opportunities to increase the quality of teaching- learning in higher education. This paper presents the up to date outcomes of researches that aimed to analyze the evolution of higher education in India including concepts of smart classrooms, smart institutions and smart systems for development of smart education at higher level.


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Richa Chaurasia. (2018). AN EVOLUTION AND TRANSFORMATION OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 4(1). Retrieved from