Higher education – When comes the high tide?

Higher education - When comes the high tide?
It is one of those institutional wonders where almost everyone has some fault to find with it, and be it the UPA or NDA governments, nobody has got anywhere near shaking its foundations. Someday somebody will write the history of the UGC typifying how mediocre institutions survive in a sea of almost near ineptness.

Many may not have listened to the Economist Radio on Facebook. The Economist Radio carries the brand of an on-demand social listening platform. It enabled listening, sharing and perhaps endorsing the Economist audio content. Magazines like The Economist had clearly a stake in it. That’s understandable. In the present day and age most points of view which survive and circulate,ride on the shoulders of somebody who stands to gain when the objectives of the move are achieved. To facilitate this happening such person(s) often dip into their coffers. The ranking of executive MBAs is an integral part of the game. The serious thinker often, vainly, hopes that what he believes as a cause will gain currency on its own. There are several revolutions that have been kept alive and have survived because of somebody’s or groups’ vested interest in the cause.

Even Covid-19 has not been able to prevent the few business houses known to be in proximity of the powers that be–from making their unusual profits in...

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Dr. Vinayshil Gautam

Internationally acclaimed management expert. Chairman, DKIF

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Dr. Vinayshil Gautam

Internationally acclaimed management expert. Chairman, DKIF

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