Innovision India: Innovation Needs in Indian Higher Education
by Prof Ujjwal K Chowdhury
on August 30, 2019
Entrepreneurship: A Primer for University Grads
by Prof Ujjwal K Chowdhury
on August 28, 2019
New Education Policy 2019 – A Discourse
by Dipankar Khasnabish
on August 2, 2019
The Draft National Education Policy 2019 submitted by the Committee under the Chairmanship of Dr. Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan and has been uploaded on the Ministry’s website http://mhrd.gov.in/relevant-documents The ministry requested comments on the same, with a
Ethical Education – The Policy Review
by Dipankar Khasnabish
on August 2, 2019
Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), Government of India has come out with Draft National Policy on “Academic Ethics” and solicited inputs on the same. The document is available at https://static.psa.gov.in/psa-prod/publication/Draft%20National%20Policy%20on%20Academic%20Ethics%202.pdf The following are the
A lot of excitement and concern is around driverless cars today. Tesla, Google, Apple, automobile manufacturers, starts ups are investing billions in a technology which is expected to transform the transportation sector in the coming
Media at Crossroads: When Small is Big
by Prof Ujjwal K Chowdhury
on July 18, 2019
The small handheld screen is taking the bigger tele-screen by the horns. From news to entertainment, short video to music video, the any-time consumption of video online is increasing fast, more so in times of
Educational Delivery: Changing Left, Right & Centre
by Prof Ujjwal K Chowdhury
on July 18, 2019
Education technology and its delivery are going through a revolutionary change today. In the digital age, chalk and talk is history. On one hand, with depleting attention span of learners, new learning pedagogy is needed.
This is a brief commentary on the recent debate that has flared up regarding the issue of over-estimation of GDP growth in India in the post-2011 period. India’s former Chief Economic Adviser Dr. Arvind Subramanian
How do I connect with my teenage kid: The Adamas Way
by Dipankar Khasnabish
on June 25, 2019
Globally teaching has changed significantly over the last few decades. Teachers are no more the ones who has all the knowledge, they are more like enablers who partner in learning together. With data or information
Targeted medicine has taken the world of healthcare by storm. It started when Craig Venter set up the Celera Genomics in 1998, and the long standing dream of mapping the “code of life” started taking