Corporate boardroom’s in absentia member

Clay’s classes were intellectually decorated in his unique way of explaining the power of disruption and innovation ranging from steel to coffee

08 Feb 2020

Supreme Court delivers judgment 4.0

A two-judge bench has held that the provisions of the West Bengal Madrasah Service Commission Act, 2008, are not violative of the rights of minority educational institutions on any count.

11 Jan 2020

Ventilator to escalator push for universities

The size of the top 10 combined university endowments in American and British universities for the year ending 2018 is a whopping $250 billion.

08 Dec 2019

Empower and disrupt vocational education model

Humble beginnings and noble ideas that have the potential to scale the socio-economic capital of India need policy nourishment at all levels.

10 Nov 2019

Indo-China magic formula in higher education reforms

India and China are of same age in so far as their current country identities are concerned but both have a civilisational history that is a continuum of sorts.

12 Oct 2019

McDonaldised MBA cannot get nationalised

All UGC-recognised universities can offer MBA programmes without the approval of the AICTE.

15 Sep 2019

Celebrate, calibrate and cerebrate India’s education policy

Policy making requires deep cerebration that can catalytically provide an academic recognition to accomplished abilities.   

02 Mar 2019