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“The leaders of our society have never been generals or kings but Rishis. When you are a Rishi, you become a blessing to humankind. This is Rishihood.”  Swami Vivekananda The years 2010-2014 was interesting times when leaders like Anna Hazare, Arvind Kejriwal and Narendra Modi brought a new kind of social and political awareness that...
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On the Padma Shree award, it is a huge honor and I feel humbled. I dedicate this to our employees, my extended family, for keeping the faith. I want to thank friends and well-wishers for all your messages that have poured in. Your support keeps me going. 🙏🙏🙏— Sridhar Vembu (@svembu) January 26, 2021 Sridhar...
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Prof. Anil Kaul, Dean, School of Healthcare, writes in The Hindu on the need for reforms in healthcare management education. There is an urgent need to develop a pan-India standardised curriculum and to increase hands-on training. Given the regional diversity in the country, some amount of flexibility will be required to adapt the curriculum to...
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Academic Bank of Credits is one of the most transformative elements in the new National Education Policy. On 21st Jan 2021, the UGC released the draft rules for the Academic Bank of Credits. Let us understand what is this and how it will help the students. Academic Bank of Credits, or ABC, will be like...
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In this interview with the Financial Express, we share our views on how the union budget should bring further reforms in education. The new National Education Policy has provided a particularly good foundation for major reforms in education. In the coming Budget 2021, India can take strong steps to achieve the objectives of the policy...
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“Atmanirbhar Bharat is not about being self-contained or being closed to the world, it is about being self-sustaining and self-generating. What is Atmanirbharta? How does India achieve it? What are the opportunities and challenges in front of us? What does atmanirbharta mean in a globalized world? Mohandas Pai Mohandas Pai is a Padma Shri Awardee...
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The Indian government on Wednesday replaced a 34-year-old National Policy on Education, framed in 1986, with the New Education Policy of 2020. The NEP, approved by the union cabinet, makes sweeping reforms in school and higher education including teaching. In 2019, we had compiled the highlights from the draft policy. Today we are releasing the...
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You are aware that the National Doctors’ Day is celebrated to recognize the dedicated services of Doctors in helping maintain the health of the people of our country. Have you ever thought what makes a doctor ‘A Hero’ and the same doctor a culprit at some other time? Doctors are also human beings and have...
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The world is a dynamic place driven by technology. Today, humans and machines work together to bring about further advancements in technology that will change the present and future forever. Since the inclusion of the Internet and Social Media into our daily lives, society has changed unimaginably. Everyone has been affected by the Social Media...
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“Dream, Dream, Dream! Dreams transform into thoughts, and thoughts result into action.” – Dr AJP Abdul Kalam Realizing our passion is exceptional. And when we do, knowing how to turn it into reality becomes the mammoth task. But, manifesting our passion into action and transforming it into our career is the real game. Our passion might...
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