Faculty Press Articles

E.g., 2021-06-12
E.g., 2021-06-12

Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattanani

Published in
Navhind Times

August 12, 2020

COVID-19 and the silent suffering

Death happens to everyone; but except in about 10% people where death comes suddenly it happens with slowly progressive illness which allows for healing of the survivors wound.

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattanani

Published in
Greater Kashmir

August 12, 2020

COVID-19 and the silent suffering

Death happens to everyone; but except in about 10% people where death comes suddenly it happens with slowly progressive illness which allows for healing of the survivors wound.

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Authored By
Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi

Published in
Times Of India

August 10, 2020

Girls shine in schools, but lose lustre in careers

The recent board exam results are splashed in the newspapers with scores of smiling faces of young girls performing exceptionally well and, as always, the pass percentage of girls is higher than that of boys across the country. Every year, these girls give interviews explaining their ambitious plans of lofty careers and bright futures with some hoping to achieve similar heights of success in their chosen field of work.

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Authored By
Dr. Hemant Manuj

Published in
Businessworld

August 10, 2020

Will The Restructuring Of Loans Help Small Borrowers?

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced a few developmental and regulatory measures as a part of its recent monetary policy statement. While the intent of the RBI is much appreciated, there are some fundamental lacunae in the formulation of some of these measures. Let us look at one of them.

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattanani

Published in
The Free Press Journal

August 10, 2020

COVID-19 and the silent suffering

Death happens to everyone; but except in about 10% people where death comes suddenly it happens with slowly progressive illness which allows for healing of the survivors wound.

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Authored By
Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar

Published in
Livemint

August 06, 2020

Opinion | India’s inflation outlook isn’t as benign as it may seem

How would covid, which has driven commodity and oil prices lower and deeply affected the labour market, affect inflation? One would expect inflation to be well within limits, if not actually slip into the deflationary zone.

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Authored By
Prof. Ananth Narayan

Published in
CNBC TV 18

August 04, 2020

The omissions and commissions of India’s MPC framework

Does the core premise of this framework, that policy interest rates can control inflation in India in the conventional sense, hold water? Monetary policy is known to influence other parameters, such as the external

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Authored By
Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi

Published in
ET (HR World)

August 02, 2020

Introverts Vs Extroverts in the digital workplace

The pre-Covid world belonged to the extroverts who are generally known to communicate and persuade better than their more reticent counterparts. In keeping with the chaos around in the world today, where a host of theories have been debunked or nothinged, it is perhaps poetic justice that introverts are enjoying their moment in the sun.

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Authored By
Dr. Vidyut Lata Dhir and Rishabh Kochhar (PGDM 2020)

Published in
People Matters

August 02, 2020

Creating safe workspaces at home

One of the biggest impacts that employees have felt is on mentorship. With mentors no longer available just across the aisle, it has become increasingly hard for employees to seek their guidance

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattanani

Published in
Deccan Herald

July 26, 2020

Green Shoots, says PM. Really?

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Authored By
Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar

Published in
The New Indian Express

July 13, 2020

The narrative of beauty has to change

One of the fallouts of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ campaign in the US—essentially a campaign led by a global organisation of the same name established in 2013 in America, UK and Canada, whose mission is to “eradicate white supremacy and build local power

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Authored By
Prof. Ananth Narayan

Published in
Money Control

July 13, 2020

A relief and recovery blueprint for India’s economy

Considerable uncertainty persists on how the COVID-19 pandemic will pan out. Mercifully, there are a few silver linings. The containment of the spread in Mumbai’s congested Dharavi offers us hope and pointers.

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