Also needed is the establishment of numerous educational institutions of excellence which set benchmarks, and standards, and induce innovations in diverse areas of knowledge, thereby offering educational leadership to the world. A civilization which does not provide leadership in the area of education, progressively feels more insecure and less confident, since its perspectives remain perpetually under-appreciated and prone to distortions and misrepresentations. Creation of numerous institutions of excellence in different parts of the world will address this very serious anomaly by generating competent and confident Hindu leaders in their respective areas of academic specializations.
The Need - 2014
To address our country’s educational need, the Hindu has courageously stepped forward by setting up over 1200 self financed educational institutions, which dot the country. However, many of these institutions face significant challenges which restrict their ability to deliver high quality education cost-effectively. Some of these challenges are: lack of well trained quality faculty members, limited expertise in generating appropriate course-ware, extreme pressures from governmental regulatory agencies, lack of indigenous perspectives in courses being taught to students, operational inefficiencies, and lack of standards which educational institutions can confirm to. These limitations have seriously eroded the financial sustainability of many institutions of higher learning.

Further, these educational institutions will face extreme pressure due to entry of foreign educational institutions. This can serious impair the existence of many institutions in the coming decade.

The Hindu Educational Conference is a platform where these important issues are meaningfully addressed, so that our educational institutions emerge stronger, and financially sustainable.

Also needed is the establishment of educational institutions of excellence setting benchmarks, and standards, and including innovations in all areas of knowledge. A civilization which does not provide leadership in the area of education, progressively feels more insecure and less confidence, since its perspective remains perpetually under-appreciated and prone to distortions. Development of institutions of excellence will address this serious anomaly through generation of competent and confident leaders in their respective areas of academic specializations.