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We have consumed from Earth in seven months what we should have in 12! How did we manage to this? Both global and local (glolocalization) factors have contributed to this over consumption. Let us look at globalization.The present version of globalization has promoted intra-industry trade that hassled to convergence of incomes among trading partners. Trade […]View Blog Post
360-degree leadership is different from a mere exercise of bureaucratic power. Most important, it is a matter of practice and the practice pathway is hourglass shaped, different from the conventional funnel-shaped in which leaders start as generalists and progress to specialize in some broad domains. Administrators start in the lower bulb of the hourglass and […]View Blog Post
While working in the child development clinic at All India Institute of Medical Sciences ( AIIMS), I came across a five year old child with an undetected hearing disability. Although universal screening is mandatory at the time of birth, in a resource-poor country like India, which has extensive demand-supply gaps in health care, there are […]View Blog Post
Culmination of a contest by MyGov, CSC-SPV and Intel India to celebrate the efforts of Village Level Entrepreneurs for their contribution in making India digitally literate. Despite living inn on-urban regions with limited facilities, many of our citizens have taken it upon themselves to contribute meaningfully towards the government’s Digital India vision. These Village Level […]View Blog Post
OrthoHeal, is a medical-technology start-up based in Gujarat, incubated while we were still in college, in IIT. That is when we had realised the several gaps in orthopaedic care in India which could only be met by providing robust unique health-tech solutions and founded OrthoHeal. OrthoHeal’s mission is to provide standard products with new designs, […]View Blog Post
Success stories, case studies and learnings from schemes and programs - organised in an attractive, easy to use and disseminate, digital eBook format.
Participative governance is a paradigm where the citizens and government come together to collectively deliberate all aspects of national development. In this section, senior officials of the Government of India and acknowledged experts in different domains, will periodically deliberate and discuss their vision, ideas, mission and goals with an aim to enrich the national discourse.
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"A picture is worth a thousand words" is an idiom which completely captures the notion that complex ideas can be effectively conveyed through well crafted pictures or images. This section aims to convey various aspects of national governance, in simple to understand, use and disseminate info-graphics.