Analysis on Demand-Supply Gap to study Sanskrit in Germany: Dr. R. Suresh...

Will Germans be the eventual custodians of Sanskrit, its rich heritage and culture? If the demand for Sanskrit and Indology courses in Germany is any indication, that is what the future looks...

AATMANIRBHAR INDIA INNOVATIONS IN SOCIAL MEDIA: Dr. Hari Krishna Maram, Digital Brand Ambassador &...

India has more than 500 million social media users. Yet most of these platforms are owned by companies incorporated outside India, which has spun a debate about the privacy of...

Talent Management – The Indian Scenario: Prof. Pooja Dubey,Assistant Professor,International School of Management,Patna

Change is the only static forces in the new millennium. The present eon is characterized by dynamism which is creating flow in the business dome. The resultant aspect is intensifying competition...

3P’s-Post Pandemic Preparation Advisory: Rajan Keshri, Harpreet Kaur and Dr Gursharan Singh Kainth,Guru Arjan...

Pandemic, a microbial mediated disaster, is very difficult to tackle. This may had happened because of lack of awareness of management techniques. If it is known, the knowledge was untouched by...

Impact of British Education in India:Dr.R.Suresh Kumar,Professor,Don Bosco School Of Management,Bangalore

Education policy of the British:In pre-British days,Hindus and Muslims were educated through Paatshala and Madrassa respectively ,but their advent created a new place of learning  i.e.Missionaries, so that they can create...

HR ANALYTICS- NEW CAREER OPTION: Dr. Priyameet Kaur Keer, Associate Professor ,MBA Department,New Horizon...

It goes with saying that people are vital to the success of any company. There’s no doubt that any business which can attract the right competencies, manage talent effectively, utilize capacity...

Teaching Future Ready Students Through Blended Classrooms: Sunila Athley, Principal,Amity International School,Ghaziabad

The day the lockdown was announced, a virtual bell heralded a new dawn for both the young learner and teacher across India.  A paradigm shift was inevitable in the way the...

Interdisciplinary and Inter-Institutional Framework in Higher Education: Essential to Build Globally Competitive and Self-Reliant...

It has now become a globally accepted observation that a new world order is likely to evolve in post COVID-19 era.  Naturally, it is high time for us to get engaged...

The Role of Positive Emotions in Our Well-being: Pooja Dubey,Assistant Professor,International School of Management,Patna

All normal people have feelings. Perhaps we have feelings all the time, even if the intensity varies greatly. In order to recognize ourselves and others, it is decisive for us to...

Lack of National Character: The Basic Problem of Higher Education Institutions in India:Dr. Balasaheb...

AbstractMain problems of Indian higher education are: lack of research support, ignorance of national character, lack of integrity to common cause, indifference towards accountability, status-quo mind-set of...
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