International Journal of Transformations in Business Management

(By Aryavart International University, India)

International Peer Reviewed (Refereed), Open Access Research Journal

E-ISSN : 2231-6868 | P-ISSN : 2454-468X

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Vol: 9, Issue: 2 2019

Page: 01-09

Inequality in Higher Educational Institutions

Dr. Radhika Kapur

In higher educational institutions, the individuals are required to observe inequalities in terms of number of aspects. Some of the important aspects include, nationality, religion, background, and socio-economic status of the members, housing, academic courses and programs, technology, infrastructure, teaching-learning methods, instructional strategies, organization of seminars and workshops and so forth. These inequalities are primarily depicted due to the availability of resources and educational objectives. The inequalities in higher educational institutions are apparent, especially in terms of the above stated factors. But it is the job duty of the educationists to ensure that they do not impose any kinds of detrimental effects upon the functioning of the educational institutions and enabling the individuals to achieve academic goals. Therefore, it can be stated that prevalence of inequalities should have constructive outcomes. The students, especially from other nationalities and cultures should be provided with assistance to adjust to other cultures, norms and standards. The main areas that have been taken into account in this research paper include, significance of diversity and inequality in higher education, and factors which illustrate inequalities in higher educational institutions.

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