Performance under Varied Management Styles – a Comparative Assessment of Engineering Education Programmes in India

K. G. Viswanadhan

Abstract


This paper compares the performance of engineering education programmes in India under varied management styles. The comparison is based on the scores allotted to various engineering programmes by the expert teams of National Board of Accreditation, India. The study has been formulated on the statistical techniques of hypothesis testing and multiple comparisons on the performance scores of 160 programmes from various states of India. It is found out that the performances of Autonomous colleges are superior and autonomy helps in the improvement of process factors of the engineering programmes, especially for the Industry-Institute interaction and R&D activities.


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