The following article was first published on LinkedIn on July 26, 2106. India’s higher education system is in crisis. It is disconnected from the needs and aspirations of the students and parents. It also fails to serve both industry and society and does a disservice to the nation. This is not news for anyone who has studied in India. Nor is it a surprise to politicians, bureaucrats, or corporate executives. Such is the extent of the crisis that reports and leading lights in
I am sharing an article, which was first published on LinkedIn on July 21, 2016.
Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD) is at the cusp of finalizing India’s educational policy. Have you read the draft document and shared your comments? The last date for submitting your ideas is July 31, 2016. (visit http://mhrd.gov.in/nep-new to access the document) Coined National Educational Policy (NEP), the last one was developed thirty years ago. Referred as NEP 8