This is the final post in the series I started a few years back when I left US and landed in India (see first part, second
Summarizing my entrepreneurial experience of last 7-8 months, part 3 of the series I have been writing since I came to India.
My recent talk with a 3rd yr student in a Greater Noida engineering college left me very disturbed about lack of quality and responsibility of such private colleges. My thoughts on what needs fixing, and what we can do about it.
By making the kids start preparing for IIT-JEE so early in their life (Class VI in some cases!), we are robbing them of their childhood, and setting them on a path to cramming, rather than developing joy of learning. It’s time we change this!
Managing Product experience requires asking 3 questions: Are you seeing enough? Are you capturing what you see? Are you making good decisions based on on captured information? My take on how to give good answers to these.
When I received the following mail in my Inbox, I was excited: ” Dear Alumni, We are glad to announce the elections of new members