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A roadmap for change

Universities need to reinvent themselves and the curriculum to stay ahead says G Viswanathan, Founder and chancellor, VIT University.

The world is changing and so are the needs of the modern day industry. And this requires a modification in the approach and teaching methodology of educational institutions. The curriculum, the learning outcomes, the academic processes and the ambience need to change as well, and the institutions need to prepare students to be ready for the current job market.

What role can the government play in

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