Learning Organization and Process-output Association A Case from India

K G Viswanadhan


With rapid progress in the information and communication technologies in recent years, the demand for technical manpower
in these areas has also increased. This has resulted in the establishment of a large number of institutions through out India,
offering a variety of programmes towards meeting the demand. As the competition increases to a stage of threatening the
survival of these institutes, the concept of ‘learning organization in engineering education’ is getting more significant. This
paper analyses the influence of the core process of any engineering education programme - ‘Teaching learning process’ -
in determining the important ‘personal mastery’ construct, the ‘student performance’. Framework of the study is developed
from the accreditation process of National Board of Accreditation (NBA), India. The study highlighted that for an effective
learning organization, both the constituents – the teacher and the learner- should be of good quality.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ibr.v1n1p107

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