August 2, 2021

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Approaches in Economics to Human Nature and a Case for Artha

From the time of Adam Smith to the more recent Behavioural Economics, there has been considerable churn over the last 250 years in the economic approach to understanding human nature. The article briefly examines the treatment of Indian Knowledge Systems into Human Nature and the promise of Artha, an Indian...
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My journey to attain Rishihood begins

I am a student of the BA (Hons) Education program at Rishihood University. What attracted me to pursue my graduation from Rishihood University is that it offers a diverse environment to learn, explore and play. I wanted to study with the best minds, and I thought Rishihood University would provide...
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Harnessing Creativity

Things are changing and they are changing fast! Old shibboleths are being uprooted and waves of New Norms are being embedded in their place. A classic – “There is nothing certain, but the uncertain” is having to move on. Yes, under fallible human involvement nothing could be certain because human...
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The Latent Need in Education – Community Learning

“If I had asked my customers what they wanted they would have said a faster horse.” This quote is attributed to Ford Motor Company’s founder, Henry Ford. Well, he obviously did not make faster horses for people but ended up building millions of cars that made commuting faster and convenient....
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