International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development
( International Peer Reviewed Open Access Journal ) ISSN [ Online ] : 2581 - 7175
Higher Education Effectiveness through Instilled Values in Students
|International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED)|
|Published Issue : Volume-3 Issue-5|
|Year of Publication : 2020|
|Unique Identification Number : IJSRED-V3I5P76|
|Authors :Joohi Chaturvedi, Dr.Mahima Rai, Dr.Rashmi Chaturvedi|
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The Government of India aims to achieve Access, Equity, Quality and Excellence, Relevance and Value Based Education in all education systems Primary , Secondary and Tertiary .According to (Mathur, 2009) Organization Culture depends on Organization values and the habit of following rules ,putting quality before profits , being customer oriented , working right first time and every time , fulfilling social objectives etc are all part of the culture of an organization depicting the organization values .At the core of an organization are values that give distinct identity to the group, at the 2nd level is climate which is defined as the perceived attributes of an organization and its subsystem and at 3rd level is the culture . There are 3 types of values Organizational, Societal & Individual values. (Khanna, 2017)
Statement of the Problem-The paper highlights the impact of missing values in people through the findings of (PwC, 2018) and (EY, 2018) etc.The (PwC, 2018) states that 49% of global organizations are a victim of fraud and economic crime and fighting fraud has become a core business issue .The (EY, 2018) highlights that 11% of the companies have experienced significant fraud in last 2 years and 38 % of respondents felt that bribery/corrupt practices occur widely in business in their country .Hence effectiveness is a big question mark without values. While exploring values variation in value definitions is also observed across different organizations which may be because of etymology, type of organization etc.
Objectives -1.To find the core values which are found in maximum number of organizations employing MBA students 2.To find the core values which are found in maximum number of universities located within Rajasthan having MBA programme .2. To find whether there is a difference between the core values of the universities located within Rajasthan having MBA programme and the core values of the organizations employing MBA students.
Methodology- 33 employers from different employment sectors like Healthcare , Beauty and Wellness , Banking Financial Services and Insurance etc .and 33 Universities located within Rajasthan of different types (Private , Deemed ,State, Central) were selected randomly .The research design is exploratory as based on secondary data obtained from the websites of the organizations under study (K.Malhotra & Dash).The research type is descriptive as it describes values of employing organizations and universities.
Analysis – The test of proportion for large samples is applied to find whether there is a significant difference between the core values of organizations employing MBA students and core values of universities located within Rajasthan having MBA programme.Findings –Integrity, excellence, highest ethical standards , transparency and respect for others are the common core values of maximum number of universities having MBA programme and maximum number of organizations employing MBA students. Customer centricity , trust ,innovation and ownership are the other values which are the core values of maximum number of organizations employing MBA students .Similarly global outlook and quality education are the other values which are the core values of maximum number of universities having MBA Programme . Employers are far ahead in defining values than the universities.