Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Member of Parliament (Lok Shabha)
Modi 2.0 Should Focus On Economic Revival Of The Indian Economy
The election results this time round will be remembered for a ‘khaki’ campaign in which Modi and his supporters dominated by convincing the Indian society that an alert chowkidar can keep the country safe from terrorists, anti-nationals, and infiltrators.
Goods & Services Tax (GST) – Impact Analysis And Road Ahead
Goods & Services Tax (GST), founded on the notion of one nation, one market, one tax’, is one of the most important tax reforms in the history of India. Until June 30, 2017, Indians were perpetually surrounded by a gamut of indirect taxes.
Agriculture May Well Be Modi's Achilles Heel
Narendra Modi may have successfully steered his National Democratic Alliance (NDA) to a thumping victory in the recently concluded parliamentary election in India but he still needs to deliver on the agrarian front.
India Needs To Spend More On Education To Meet Future Challenge
When Benjamin Franklin, the American polymath and a founding father of the United States of America said that “an investment in knowledge pays the best interest”, he had referred to its uses and not to its mere accumulation.
Technical Education Needs To Be Multi-Disciplinary
Education today should be student centric. The curriculum should be designed based on the needs of the students. To keep updated with latest technological development and industry requirements, education must be a continuously updating process.
Skill-Based Education To Overcome Job Crisis
India is projected to have the largest young workforce in the world by 2025 but is failing to cash in on this rich demographic dividend.
Skill Development- A Preferred Area For CSR
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a company’s sense of responsibility towards the community and environment in which it operates.
Shearers Bottom Of Human Evolution
Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Minister, Women & Child Welfare, GoI
Providing Need-Based Education Is The Key To Employment
It is a bygone conclusion that for good job prospects and a bright future, the basic requirement is good education.
Private Education In India
An important feature of the very high rate of growth of higher education in India, particularly since the beginning of the 1990s, is an alarming growth of the private higher education sector.
Indian School Education System Lacks Quality
Giving children the kind of inputs and experiences they need has positive effects not only on their academic performance but also on a range of socio-economic outcomes.
Higher Education Should Create Knowledge And Promote Criticality
Higher education is at a critical juncture in India. The widening gap between education and employability has been a persistent problem of the Indian higher education system for some time now.
Education To Build A Resilient India
Debate on quality can be linked to the period after World War I (1920s) when scientific management made a breakthrough in American industrial units to improve efficiency.
India's Offensive On Climate Challenge
Climate change's adverse impact on earth has become a household subject. Countries across the world are facing the fury of these changes in some form or other – be it drought or storm, be it spread of diseases caused by extreme weather condition or loss of farm yield.
India's Entry Into The Elite Anti-Satellite (ASAT) Club
March 27, 2019, marked a significant milestone in the history of Indian space science when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the successful testing of India’s first Anti-Satellite (ASAT) missile.
Start Up And Go!
It is ironical that Karthik Kumar’s first foray into writing a book is titled ‘Don’t Startup’, when, 16 years ago, that is precisely what he and his best friend and batchmate, Sunil Vishnu did by starting Evam! “When we were writing our joint thesis on the ‘Viability of a Theatre/Drama-based Entertainment Entrepreneurship', we were told: ‘It has never been done’,” recalled Karthik.
Optimisation Of Indian Farms For Feeding Growing Millions
When one thinks of Indian agriculture two images invariably come to mind; that of a bare-footed farmer ploughing on a dry field and of FCI warehouses overflowing with food grains.
India To Deal With The US Sanction On Iranian Oil Import
The Indian government has recently gone on record stating that India is sufficiently prepared to deal with the impact of the US decision to end waivers that allowed India to buy Iranian oil without facing sanctions.
How Viable Is An Organic Shift?
There has been a significant drop in the decadal growth rate of agriculture in India.
Globalisation And The Indian Philosophy Of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam
For the last several years, we have been witnessing discourses on globalisation, global changes, and their effects upon individuals, societies, and states. Seminars, symposiums and debates are being organised continuously on subjects related to globalisation and global changes.
Employment Tied To Quality Tech Education
Thrust should be on effectively preparing youth for a changing employment landscape.
Challenges Of Seed Production In India
The foremost objective of agriculture is yield maximisation for which quality seed development is necessary.
All About Pate Foie Gras
Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Minister, Women & Child Welfare, GoI
AKVO Adopts AWG Technology To Provide Pure Drinking Water
Navkaran Singh Bagga is the founder of AKVO, a company which provides safe and pure drinking water using the Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) technology. Bagga spoke to BE’s Kuntala Sarkar.
‘Mission IL&FS' Still A Puzzle
Autumn marks the changeover from summer to winter and the temperature drops considerably, making the Indian climate pleasant. Unfortunately the autumn of 2018 did not bring any pleasant moments in the life of Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS), an Indian infrastructure development and finance company. And even after six months, the situation remains an unanswered paradox.
The Human Link To The Production Chain
According to him (Rahul Gandhi), this was possible by connecting the existing skills of the country to the financial system. India had a large number of skilled persons. The task would be to bring them under a value chain by connecting them with the financial system.
The Business Of Event Management
Twenty years ago, when Dr. Latha A. Krishna launched Virgo Events, little did she imagine that one of her efforts would get her into the Guinness Book of World Records. Known to have stablished the longest standing beauty pageant in this part of the country – Mrs. Chennai, Latha says that the challenge to do this was unique and brought into play all her experiences of the last twenty years.
Polluting Industries And Agricultural Practices
Pests Which Can Save Lives
There are no pests, no weeds, in nature. There are beings who get in the way of humans growing food, or destroying the habitat in order to take up residence and make service centres for these human populations. Billions of insects are killed by pesticides alone for this purpose.