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Total quality management in higher education
Facets for quality in higher education
  • Mridula Sahay, Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad
  • Kuldeep Kumar, Bond University
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Sahay, M., & Kumar, K. (2011). Total quality management in higher education. In M. Sahay & R. K. Mishra (Eds.), Facets for quality in higher education (pp. 52-75). New Delhi, India: Macmillan Publishers India Ltd.

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Extract: Remarkable increases in the field of higher education in absence of concentrated continuing effort on improving and maintaining its total quality is not reaping the best. Here, reaping the best connotes to the basic purpose of which higher education imparted is to put their knowledge in practice either to increase the performance or to bring out innovative transformation for their research. This becomes possible only when the higher education imparted with the best possible quality in all aspects such as fundamentals, synthesis and application orientation with associated environmental understanding with its causal relations and various factors.
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Mridula Sahay and Kuldeep Kumar. "Total quality management in higher education" 1stNew Delhi, IndiaFacets for quality in higher education (2011) p. 52 - 75
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