Liberal Arts and the Age of Deliverance: Om Prakash Dwivedy,Associate Professor of English Literature,...

We live in an age of deliverance, where conditions of ‘efficiency’, ‘speed’, ‘multitasking’, ‘adaptability’, ‘relationality’, have become defining templates of our lives – personal and organizational. Under such conditions, the norm...

Central banks abandon baby steps: Dr. Barendra Kumar Bhoi,Former Principal Adviser and Head of...

The central banks typically take baby steps – 25 basis points (bps) increase/decrease in policy rate at a time or even less, which is known as interest rate smoothing by central...

India‘s New Education Policy 2020 : Excellent Vision;Problematic Execution,Prof. Dr. Sudhir Gavhane, Founding &...

"The quality is more than quantity is a sound theory because it is true in practice. Instead , I hold that what can not be proved in practice can not...

International Studies in 21st Century Global World: Dr. Aditya Anshu, Bennett University,Greater Noida

International Studies is a field that is becoming more relevant as the world grows in the network of globalized interconnectedness.  This is generally through market and business, migration, social media, mutual concerns...

Career opportunities for Chemical and Bioengineering Graduates in Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Industry;Prof.(Dr.) Kiran...

India’s pharmaceutical sector forms a major component of the country’s foreign trade, with attractive avenues and opportunities for investors. In other words, the pharmaceutical industry is booming, and the growth opportunities...

Chemical Engineering and the New Directions: Prof.(Dr.) Kiran D. Patil,MIT World Peace University, Pune

Historical Perspective:Although the field of chemical engineering was conceived by Democritus, a Greek philosopher who proposed the concept of the atom around 440 BC, this event is technically related to chemistry....

Role of Higher Educational Institutions in next half a decade: Dr. Jayanthi Ranjan, Dean...

The campuses world over and India in particular, need to change their way of working to universally teaching at least the basic information technology skills, be sensitive to the harmful effects of needless commuting, adopt...

Engineering Admissions and Core Branches: Declining demand is a concern. Prof.(Dr.) Kiran D. Patil,MIT...

Engineering education in the country is facing enormous challenges. Other than Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), it is difficult to fill even 50% of seats in the engineering institutes for core...
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