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Is there a death of Academic Leadership in B-Schools: Dr Rajesh K Pillania

“India's top business schools, including the Indian Institute of Management, are facing challenges in securing job placements for their students this year. The placement season is proving to be one of the most difficult ever for the top IIMs.” Times of India, Jan 19, 2024.

NEP 2020: Silver lining for the Indian education sector: "Prof. Dr. Muddu Vinay Vice Chancellor ICFAI University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand

The government kept on imposing policies in the education sector in bits and pieces from time to time with an aim to boost the growth and development of education sector.

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National Education Policy 2020 – an appraisal: "Dr. R.K. Shivpuri Founder Director, Centre for Detector & Related Software Technology, University of Delhi."

The vision of National Education Policy is to transform India by building a fair, impartial and energetic knowledge society by providing high-quality education to all, hence making India a knowledge superpower.

National Education Policy 2020 – Execution challenges: "Dr. Hari Krishna Maram Digital Brand Ambassador & Chairman – Vision Digital India President – Lead India Foundation"

The new education policy 2020 is a long and much awaited document on the education system in India. It is well documented and is far reaching in its approach. The policy comprises of 60 pages.

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