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eSSay:The Managerial University and Liberal Arts’ Balancing Act
The managerialism that marks the HEIs has altered the Liberal Arts’ perception of itself and the face it presents to the world. Can the academic manager build opinions, policies and decisions about th...
by Pramod K. Nayar | On 09 Oct 2021
Sonal Shukla 1941-2021: A Tribute
Feminist activist, cultural icon, intersectional women's activist
by Vibhuti Patel | On 14 Sep 2021
eSS Sunday Edit: The New Cultures of Learning : Pedagogy Online
With online education, multimodal literacy is poised for a boom. To ensure that the enhancement made possible by this form of literacy reaches more demographics, a radical rethinking of pedagogics see...
by Pramod K. Nayar | On 29 Dec 2020
Weekend Rumniations: Don't bet just yet on Bangladesh as South Asia's economic champion
Bangladesh might overtake India this year by per capita income in nominal dollars, but it is not yet close to becoming South Asia's economic powerhouse anytime soon.
by T.N. Ninan | On 17 Oct 2020
National Education Policy 2020
This Policy proposes the revision and revamping of all aspects of the education structure, including its regulation and governance, to create a new system that is aligned with the aspirational goals o...
by Ministry of Human Resource Development, GOI | On 02 Aug 2020
The Sunday Edit: Sports in/and Schools: Let’s play safe!
Money-spinning school sports tournaments and games are about to be revived, albeit with COVID restrictions, even as sports grounds in schools are deteriorating and disappearing. The National Educatio...
by Padma Prakash | On 02 Aug 2020
Weekend Rumniations: NEP's thrust on mother tongue, the fate of English, and a migrant question
It may never be the language spoken in most homes and remain much smaller than mother tongues, but English will continue to have its place as one of two official languages in India.
by T.N. Ninan | On 02 Aug 2020
Fahrenheit 32: When books come in from the cold : The Noel D'Cunha Sunday column
Thomas Abraham, managing director of Hachette India, takes a ringside view of Indian publishing during and after Coronavirus and charts a roadmap as to what could be or should be the future.
by Noel D'Cunha | On 26 May 2020
New Education Policy: Reinventing Higher Education?
The draft New Education Policy offers challenges disguised as opportunit ies and progressive thinking, especially in terms of autonomy, the deeply troubling role of the private sector HEI, regulatory...
by Pramod K. Nayar | On 27 Jul 2019
News, Noise and Indian Business Cycle
New Keynesian Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) models with various specifications of technology, markup and interest rate shocks are estimated with Indian data using Kalman filter based p...
by Ashima Goyal | On 25 Apr 2019
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