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January 9, 2019

September 26, 2018
The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that Aadhaar is not mandatory for appearing in examinations held by CBSE, NEET and UGC.

Partha Chatterjee
January 20, 2017
The year 2017 will be a year to watch. Not because I expect some watershed event to happen, but because of what happened in 2016. The last year was eventful to say the least both within India and outside.

By Manish Sabharwal & Rituparna Chakraborty
Delhi, October 15, 2016
India's problem is not jobs but wages. It is time to ignore the noise and focus on three solutions.

By Anurag Behar
Delhi, December 28, 2015
While India has clearly made some progress on school education, the situation on multiple dimensions is alarming. Anurag Behar, CEO of Azim Premji Foundation looks at the possible solutions.

Shamni Pande
Delhi, October 18, 2014
A new kind of B-school caters to the working professional who cannot afford to take a sabbatical for further study.

Manish Sabharwal
May 16, 2014
As the new government moves from the poetry of campaigning to the prose of governing, the big and difficult agenda of jobs looms large, writes TeamLease Chairman Manish Sabharwal.

E Kumar Sharma
May 16, 2014
Business Today talks to Shobhit Mathur, PGP class of 2015, Indian School of Business (Hyderabad), on what should be the new government's agenda -

Boston , January 31, 2014
Nohria acknowledged that Harvard Business School (HBS) had sometimes treated its female students and professors offensively.

Arunima Mishra
October 19, 2013
Interest in one-year, full-time MBA programmes for executives is surging in India. Those who enrol are typically mid- to senior-level executives, with an engineering background or some other degree, but usually no formal management qualification.

K.R. Balasubramanyam
August 1, 2013
The world's largest school lunch programme may be fraught with shortcomings but it can still be saved if social entrepreneurs play a bigger role in its implementation.

Goutam Das
April 24, 2013
Suresh V. Shenoy is Executive Vice President at Information Management Consultants, Inc., a Virginia-based consulting and technology company. He is also the current Director of PanIIT North America and its former president. He replied to emailed questions from Business Today's Goutam Das on Brand IIT and the challenges it faces.

Peter Sutherland
April 18, 2013
It is perhaps understandable that the original Millennium Development Goals did not mention either internal or international migration. But migration is the original strategy for people seeking to escape poverty, mitigate risk, and build a better life, and its economic impact today is massive.
December 15, 2012
Over the decades the mid day meal scheme has made a great difference to school enrollment.

Sebastian P.T.
October 9, 2012
Human Resources Development Minister Kapil Sibal discusses some of the problems of management education with Sebastian P.T. Edited excerpts

Ramesh Mangaleswaran and Ramya Venkataraman
June 9, 2010
Goal: To train 500 million Indians over the next 10 years. Possible now: Less than five million a year. But, as this exclusive McKinsey article argues, the gap is an opportunity for private entrepreneurs to make India a factory for skilled talent.

Puja Mehra
February 15, 2010
As government remains confused between outlays and outputs, the 5-year old promise of matching outlays with outcome remains unfulfilled.

Manu Kaushik
December 11, 2009
Private participation in primary and secondary education increased rapidly during the decade. But things can change on a large scale only if the sector manages to find the top talent it requires as good teachers.

Raghav Gupta
September 2, 2009
As an industry, private educational institutions in India were worth $40 billion in 2008, a figure that is projected to grow to $70 billion by 2013 and $115 billion by 2018.

Shamni Pande
September 2, 2009
The P-word often rises unbidden in the hallowed halls of education. But now many are beginning to shed their inhibitions about it. Shamni Pande tells more.

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