Interview

By Ramesh Raja
In Interview
May 7th, 2015
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Could you let us know about your organization and products you deliver in India? Polaris is a world leader in the powersports industry with annual 2014 sales of $4.5 billion. It designs, engineers, manufactures and markets innovative, high quality off-road vehicles, including all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), snowmobiles, motorcycles and on-road electric/hybrid powered vehi...
By Ritika Bisht
In Education
May 7th, 2015
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Can you elaborate on your work for minorities’ education? During my tenure as Chairperson of Girls Education, NCMEI, I have travelled across different regions and communities in India. Based on my findings, I prepared a document in which I had recommended various steps to encourage imparting education among minority girls. That recommendation was accepted by the Minist...
By GovernanceToday
In Education
May 7th, 2015
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Tell us about the inception of Ghaziabad Public School. Our institution was established in 1984 with a single room and six students. In the year 1992 and 1994 we got affiliation for class 10th and 12th and since then with the guidance of our Directors Mr and Ms Yadav we are smoothly sailing forward. We have started two more branches in Delhi NCR and there are plans to ...
By Ramesh Raja
In Education
May 7th, 2015
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How do you look at the current status of RTE? Do you see the fruits of this Act reaching out to the disadvantaged section of the society? Given that majority of the poor children attend government schools – and given that government schools are yet to conform to the RTE requirements in terms of facilities/ number of teachers/ overall study environment (including ...
By GovernanceToday
In Interview
May 6th, 2015
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How do you see the situation of management education in India? In the last couple of years, management institutions have increased a lot more in number in the country, but unfortunately quality remains elusive. Most of the institutions which provide different courses in management education don’t provide quality education and ruin the future of students who have taken ...
By GovernanceToday
In Education
May 6th, 2015
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How do you look at India’s education sector, particularly the higher education? Education is the most significant tool of change and progress of a nation, be it social, economic, cultural or political. It is the key to capacity building and to socio-economic re-engineering. This fact has been not only accepted but reinforced from time to time. However, there has been a...
By GovernanceToday
In eGovernance
Apr 7th, 2015
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Corporate governance is still a relatively lesser known area in Indian business arena. Could you throw some light on its origins and growth? CG is a huge subject; it has various angles to it, such as regulatory, codes, reform, ethics, CSR etc. Let me give you a broad picture so you can see the issue in totality. Till about two decades back, this subject was relatively ...
By Anand Mishra
In eGovernance
Apr 1st, 2015
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How do you assess the current status of the Indian economy? Also, how did you find the budget? The present government inherited a very difficult legacy. When it assumed office, the economy was in doldrums. There were more thorns than roses. The domestic investment and savings were both down, which is a complex situation. The demand had gone down despite all freebies do...
By GovernanceToday
In Art & Culture
Apr 1st, 2015
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Could you let our readers know about your works and art style, etc. Confronting my locus as an artist vis-à-vis the characteristics of the times, I find my major area of interest in working with real references and documenting my surroundings. My role as an artist is to work as a mediator between society and art. Thus, in my art, I try to execute things as they appear ...
By Rahul Trivedi
In Interview
Mar 5th, 2015
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How do you see the emergence of women entrepreneurs in India? Business even today is fairly male dominated especially at the leadership level with less than ten percent of enterprises being started by women. But there are definitely more women who are a part of the workforce and I feel that is amazing. Companies and industries are realizing that there are certain roles...