Linking society: Higher education institution role in local development
The University now is the managing three substantive core functions: teaching, research, and links, all go hand in the teaching-learning process, the interesting thing about this idea is that the Higher Education Center becomes the main axis of knowledge. The objective of this research is to know the way that Higher Education Institutions have raised their incidence in local development. Deepening, from the studies conducted in the processes of linkage, which is where the relationship with their teaching activities has established of research and where quality preparation has given to the students, allowing them to satisfy the requirements of the productive matrix of the province. The career of Industrial Engineering has taken for the study because this is the fundamental pillar in supporting the change of productive matrix of the province. From the knowledge of the agro-economic values that can contribute to local development and as a result of this research it has been determined that they have affected the territory surrounding the Institution in projects that enhance local development, shown in its actions in the Municipal Gad of Portoviejo.
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