Articles & Blogs
01 May 2016
Almost 50 per cent in Std V cannot recognise numbers beyond 99, and read simple English

The success of the Government’s ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’ programmes hinges on improving elementary education in the country through an inclusive approach, according to Vineet Nayar, Founder Chairman of Sa

TheHindu
12 April 2016

By Vineet Nayar

The Indian IT Industry was in news this past week for a headline it grabs more often in global markets than on home-ground — that of being an immigration-led “body-shopping” group. I have two problems with this.

IT Industry
12 April 2016

The whole IT body-shopping debate is outdated

The Indian IT Industry was in news this past week for a headline it grabs more often in global markets than on home-ground — that of being an immigration-led “body-shopping” group. I have two problems with this.

Whole
26 February 2016

India is a young country where aspirations are running high. People are coming out of our education system faster than we can absorb them in jobs. The young nation is in search for answers, and as I write today, I am worried. It almost appears as if we are a nation in waiting. Waiting for something to happen. Waiting for someone to do something. Waiting, now for the budget.

Tata-Group
06 February 2016

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is someone I admire for his responsible business beliefs and respect for his recent investment in social change. But his Free Basics initiative, highlighted in full-page advertisements in newspapers and billboards, may be wellintentioned but misdirected.

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