The nation that taught the world to count sensibly and how to use data for efficient management much before the Christian era has seemingly lost its way.
The country seems to be moving more and more into an examination based education system where the testing impedes genuine learning.
If our policy and curriculum makers take a little more interest, much of the learning of mathematics can happen in a trans-disciplinary manner around the discoveries from ancient India.
There is an onslaught of figures related to the Covid-19 being thrown at the public with no trends being spotted or commentaries on what could happen in such situations.
It should be clear that for a variety of reasons, India has been not as badly affected by Covid-19 as most other nations.
Schools and colleges can play very interesting, enriching and constructive roles through educational activities during the pandemic.
Looking at the data available, it seems like India shall have a very low number of Covid-19 positive cases given the slow rate of growth of infections.
The effort of most academics in the current situation is to see how best they can deliver learning material in a way that resembles what they have been doing for years in classrooms.
JNU, DU and Jamia are unable to make it to the list of the top 200 as they have refused to change and grow in the directions that are truly needed for India's economic journey.
Choose a programme of study that resonates closest to your heart without worrying too much about where you are enrolled.