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PTI
September 17, 2020
Last year, India had raised \"serious reservations\" over the Human Capital Index, wherein India was ranked 115 out of 157 countries


Prasanna Mohanty
September 14, 2020
Not only India's relief packages are grossly inadequate it is not even spending enough to revive demand in the crisis-hit economy; what is needed is clear: more fiscal spending, not \"keeping the power dry\" for future stimulus or unrealistic claim of a V-shaped recovery


Prasanna Mohanty
September 11, 2020
Part II of this two-part article continues to relook at misadventures that derailed the Indian economy, threatening dreams of millions of \"aspirational\" Indians. Instead of a serious and meaningful debate, India continues to grapple with constant and systemic \"misdirection\" in multiple sense of the word


BusinessToday.In
September 11, 2020
The new visa system route is aimed at increasing the total number of international students choosing to study in the UK higher education system each year to 600,000 by 2030


BusinessToday.In
September 11, 2020
National Education Policy 2020: PM Modi also advocated the use of regional languages for primary education. We need to see that most of the student's energy should be spent on learning the subject and not the medium of instruction, he said


PTI
September 11, 2020
The route, to apply to all overseas students including Indians from October 5, will mean students require a total of 70 points to be granted a visa to study at a UK university


Prasanna Mohanty
September 10, 2020
This is Part I of two-part article revisiting critical economic decisions that eventually led to minus 23.9% growth in Q1 of FY21. Blaming exogenous factors (pandemic) or intense lockdown is merely an excuse to divert attention from government's ineptitude and thwart meaningful debate


Prasanna Mohanty
September 3, 2020
Gross mismanagement of the economy, starting with demonetisation in November 2016 and continued with untimely, unplanned and sudden nation-wide lockdown has compounded the GST problem. Centre's refusal to pay compensation to states now may derail it completely


Nidhi Singal
August 31, 2020
IESA Chairman Satya Gupta says, \"any chip getting done in the world will have some contribution from Indian semiconductor ecosystem. More than 90 per cent of semiconductor companies have their R&D Centres in India where cutting-edge chip development work takes place\"


Prasanna Mohanty
August 30, 2020
Developed economies have sound, fiscally-supported systems to respond to workers' distress in normal times, which they scaled up several notches with higher fiscal support to fight the current crisis. India doesn't have such a system nor did it rise up to the crisis; it isn't even tracking job loss


Prasanna Mohanty
August 29, 2020
India's new unemployment allowance plan for lockdown-induced job loss would benefit a small fraction of organised workers; the new social security code in the works aims to expand social security to 100 million organised workers but contains no concrete plan for 437 million unorganised workers


Prasanna Mohanty
August 26, 2020
NEP 2020 does not address the fundamental flaws in Indian education system: poor public investment, ad hoc and low-paid teachers, segregation of students on socio-economic status and low quality of school education. Rhetorical flourish doesn't bring transformative changes


Prasanna Mohanty
August 22, 2020
High and middle-income countries that have consistently performed well in PISA, the global test of quality schooling, notably rely on public schooling and public funding of schooling. India, which participated in it once in 2009 and came second last, does the exact opposite


Prasanna Mohanty
August 20, 2020
No wonder the quality of education in Indian schools is very poor. The latest Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) says just 16.2% students in Class I and 50.8% in Class III could read Class I text and 41.1% students in Class I and 72.2% in Class III could recognise 2-digit numbers in rural India


AS Lakshminarayanan
August 19, 2020
Indian IT firms lifted the Indian industry and the economy into a global view, expanding faster than any other industry through the decade


Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate and Founder, Grameen Bank
New Delhi, August 5, 2020
Allowing MFIs to take deposits and run like a social business will unleash the power of the micro entrepreneur sector


Jeff Maggioncalda, CEO, Coursera
New Delhi, August 5, 2020
Digital technologies will fill the gaps in our education system, be it virtual field trips, use of AR/VR in experiments or online lessons on-the-go


Prasanna Mohanty
August 1, 2020
Global studies show ownership does not make enterprises efficient, factors like competition, autonomy, regulation and institutional development do. Evidence also shows that private sector thrives on public hand-outs in normal times and public bail-outs in crises


Sonal Khetarpal
July 31, 2020
NEP 2020 has got the ball rolling to fix the school education but is innocuously quiet in acknowledging the contribution of the private schools and the failure of the public school system


BusinessToday.In
July 30, 2020
From seeking to scrap MPhil, introducing the four-year undergraduate course, 100 per cent enrolment up to secondary schools by 2030 to increase in public investment to 6 per cent of GDP -- the NEP could bring transformational reforms in school and higher education systems


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