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Globalization and the sustenance of economic prosperity have brought forth the need for quality higher education on the top of the priority list across the world. Unless effective teaching and learning are focused and prioritized, organizations and nations would suffer competitive disadvantage. Talent is a scarce resource now. It is not generated automatically. Talent has to be planned, identified, nurtured and deployed effectively for value creation in the societies and communities. The first step in this direction is achieving quality in higher education. This means effectiveness in teaching and consequently effectiveness in learning. This paper conceptualizes a unique 6Ps model for teaching and learning effectiveness. The 6Ps play a role in every learning system. The right combination of elements of 6Ps would result in the desired outcomes of higher education - the creation of human resources with appropriate knowledge, skills and values.
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