Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Rajendra Ramanlal Shah and Vijaya Puranik
“If a Child never learns, A Man doesn’t know”. Higher Education Institutes (HEI’s) carry vital role in every aspect of individual and economic phase of life by imparting quality education and hence play an essential role in sustainability.HEI’s arethe catalysts and the basic element of them is to design and introducecourses which maintain the balance between ecology and economic system.HEI’s are the place where educated generation is created and future leaders are prepared. Creating a syllabusfocusing on Neo-Industrialization furtherfocusing on balancing the ecological and economic system, natural and industrial subsystems, methodology for consuming natural and intellectual resources, end of poverty in all forms, gender equality, healthy lives and wellbeing, fair work policies resulting in economic growth, climate change, peaceful societies, impartial and strong institutions., simultaneously incorporating projects based on these topics with valued credits. Incorporating ‘Sustainable Management’ where every single individual will be guided through the importance of using the resources in such a way that the resources will be equally available to the present generation and the future generation as well. Thriving to maintain balance can only be inculcated in a individual when he is budding and is at learning stage, an individual when enters in any HEI, has a goal to set the life using the qualification and knowledge of the subject learned during the life in HEI. Patronizing these concepts through incorporating sustainability principles HEI’s can maintain the balance in society, political environment and in the stakeholder interests
Higher Education, Sustainability, Sustainable Management, Neo Industrialization, Instituionalization
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