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Historical footprint of problem based learning (PBL) could be traced back at McMasters University, Canada 1968. Since then, PBL is enriched with development in the literature and multiple PBL models across the world. PBL, has gained importance in modern era of higher education as it has been implemented in many universities across the world in higher education. Although, world is weighing up for PBL and its positive outcomes, it could not extend much in Indian higher education. An objective of this manuscript is to give an overview of PBL across the world and in India. In addition to this, Indian higher education landscape and scope of PBL to Indian engineering education is discussed. Article ends with some recommendations to ensure growth of PBL in India.
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- Problem Based Learning (PBL) for Engineering Education in India: Need and Recommendations
Vikas V. Shinde
S. S. Inamdar
- Springer US