Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Business Standard on IIM Shillong

A day after my story on IIM Shillong Business Standard has done a wonderful report on the very same issue.

IIM-Shillong loses half its faculty over differences with director
Archana Mohan & Kalpana Pathak / Bangalore/New Delhi November 10, 2009, 0:31 IST

In slightly over a year since the inception of the Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management (RGIIM) in July 2008, nearly half the 13-strong faculty have left following differences with the institute's Director Ashoke Dutta...

The story made it to the front page on some editions :)

I do hope MHRD & the Board of Governors of IIM Shillong as well as other stakeholders find out the facts for themselves and take corrective action. The time to act is now!

27 comments:

  1. Rashmi Madam, you are doing better job as freelancer than the paid journalist in exposing these malpractices in 'non profit' sector of education. I really appreciate your voice of concern in IIM shillong case..

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  2. If Ashoke Dutta, an insane Director does not resign within 30 days, Rashmi I assure you to expose all his misdeeds by providing all the papers despite support from Ashok Thakur, Additional Secretary, HRD Ministry and Pankaj Chandra, Director, IIMB who had been enjoying his Golf and other related hospitality at the expense of tax Payer's money, Gallup David

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  3. Hi Madam!

    Pitty of Management Institutes who cannot atleast save their face before students...

    They people think only they know tactics and the prime stakeholders(students) are fools.

    Salute You Madam!

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