Enhancing the capabilities of technical education in India


A collection of short, personal insight audio and video interviews from leaders, members and chairs of governing bodies and students

Four students from PESIT, Bangalore (now PES University), who at the time of the interview extract, and in accordance with guidance from the State of Karnataka, had recently been appointed to the governing body to discuss TEQIP issues. Elsewhere in the world students have places on the governing bodies of their universities and colleges (the interview with Nick Swain from Warwick provides an example).

Four Students answers questions on governance, the student contribution to improving quality and industry links:

Watch the video interview extract




Self-review is a key activity and output of the TEQIP-II Good Governance Programme through which institutions carry out an honest assessment of their current governance practice.

Supporting governance development needs of individual governors, governing bodies and institutions. An output of the TEQIP-II Good Governance Programme is to see how governance development is built into institutional development through a time bound governance development plan with clear goals and action plans.



Implementing good governance practice is the primary outcome of the TEQIP-II Good Governance Programme demonstrated by institutions developing and documenting their own governance guidelines based on the principles set out in the TEQIP Good Practice Guide for Governing Bodies.
Sharing experience of the TEQIP-II Good Governance Programme through good governance learning forums, and sharing of institutional case studies to identify good practice, and the need to embed continuous improvement and identify common gaps, barriers and issues.