EducationToday will be conducting a survey for India’s Prestigious College Jury Awards (IPJCA). This survey conducted by EducationToday and a team of jury members highlights the need for educational institutions to be recognized for their impeccable service in the education sector. The offline and online survey is important as it provides the opportunity for educational institutions to constantly develop and upgrade themselves for the benefit of the community as a whole.
The Higher Education survey panel of India’s Prestigious College Jury Awards will comprise of experts who are educators and professionals from the field of education. The survey will be conducted with utmost transparency and will be based on research that focuses on the present scenario in the education sector of India which calls for quality. These educational institutions are classified depending on the quality of education imparted, the number of students being educated, the satisfaction level of the consumers and the relationship between the service provider and consumer.
EducationToday has been conducting the IPJA for schools over the years now, and has awarded some top schools across the country that has set high benchmarks in the field of education. Some of the schools include Greenwood High International School, NES International School, The Assam Valley School, BGS National Public School, Alpha Group of Institutions, JBCN International School, SSVM Institutions, Lotus Valley International School, N.L. Dalmia High School, Wynberg-Allen School, Reqelford International School, The Orbis School and Nalanda Gurukula International Public School. From this year onwards, a similar survey for higher education institutions will also be conducted (IPJCA).
The survey has been tailored in accordance with the changes posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. A set of questions pertaining to academic content, adaptation to digitalization in the context of remote learning, extracurricular activities on the digital platform, and syllabus among others, are highlighted. The panel of IPJCA will create two questionnaires for the educational institutions – the first one will be addressed to the educators of the institutions and the second to parents of the students. The survey will be made accessible through online platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. The survey forms will be sent by mail to the institutions. Information on the voting lines being open will be shared on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Starting from September 2021, the expert panel will start to work on the survey, which will then be distributed throughout India. The filled-up forms once sent back to EducationToday will be analyzed and categorized by a IPJCA team of experts.
To keep an accurate classification of the educational institutions intact, the jury and the survey team of IPJCA at EducationToday will be classifying them based on the stream offered by the institution. The award categories will be devised based on the survey and the institutions will be featured in the October issue of the magazine, and will also be awarded at a physical event which will be held in January 2022 in Bangalore.
Our upcoming issue is on the lookout for exemplary higher education institutions that leave no stone unturned when it comes to developing themselves for the betterment of their students. If you think your institution deserves to make it to the India’s Prestigious College Jury Awards 2021-2022 (Higher Education/University), register now! The survey form is available on EducationToday survey. Download options are also available.