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The university as a bridge between technology and society-in the Indian context

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1 Author(s)
K. Aiyadurai ; Arul Anadar Coll., India

The concept of Humanism is for the better and peaceful living of the human being. Scientific advancement and technological means would give a better living condition in the changing world. For this, an organised institutional setup is needed. The universities in the new millennium must take the task of channelising the institutions appropriately, to make the people realise the qualitative fruit of new inventions and ideologies. An attempt is made in this paper to highlight the present way of functioning of universities in India and to highlight the task of universities in the new millennium in other dimensions also, in a wider manner so as to serve as a bridge between the technology and society. This would be able to drain all the possible benefits of new inventions to the society through appropriate technological means

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Technology and Society, 2000. University as a Bridge from Technology to Society. IEEE International Symposium on

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