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Dr S S Mantha

Former Chairman AICTE and Adj Prof NIAS, Bangalore.

Latest Articles By Dr S S Mantha

What Is ‘Metaverse’

Dr S S Mantha

Can ‘Metaverse’ take us from real into unreal and the other way round like ‘Advaita Vedanta does for us? Let’s find out.

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World Class Institutions

Dr S S Mantha

The country needs massive investments in education so the quality bar is raised manyfold

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No Guts: No Glory

Dr S S Mantha

‘Agniveers’ will imbibe various military skills, discipline, physical fitness lifestyle, leadership qualities, courage and unconditional patriotism, all essential in nation building

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Our PM: Our Captain India

Dr S S Mantha

“Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate and doubt, to offer a solution everybody can understand"

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Barters And Digital Money

Dr S S Mantha

In the future, with a cashless economy ticking in, can a government enforce a transaction tax on every person-to-person payment? Or can it conduct a more effective mass surveillance and prevent certain individuals from buying anything or earning any money or restrict the type of consumer goods that can be purchased or sold with a certain amount of money?

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Is Uniform Civil Code Really Contentious?

Dr S S Mantha

This has been debated for over a hundred years in the country. One cannot deny that it is an important issue for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) though one may ask why? On the other hand, one may ask why at all it must be as contentious as one makes it out to be?

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Rising Inflation: Can We Buck The Trend?

Dr S S Mantha

As we move into a new norm post pandemic, our expectations may change once again pushing the inflationary trends

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A Digital University: For Sharing

Dr S S Mantha

A job market, lukewarm at best, lack of quality faculty, poor networking, poor leadership, rising number of students, rising costs, inadequate curriculum interventions, infrastructural deficit, painfully low teacher student ratios and a woefully low planning quotient, both in the public and private education space, they all contributed to an alarming fall in quality levels in our education system.

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Digital Fraud And Shared Responsibility

Dr S S Mantha

Whatever be the security followed, it is necessary that the users are adequately educated and are responsible enough to follow the guidelines.

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Semiconductors Are Amazing

Dr S S Mantha

Our manufacturers must think vertical and not develop IP blocks, but buy them if they are available.

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