Can an Indian university occupy a top spot in global rankings?

(Nandan Nawn teaches Economics at TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi. This article first appeared in Hindustan Times’s June 22 edition.)

  • It may not be an exaggeration to state that the priorities in the indigenous and global ones are worlds apart. For an Indian university, catering to the requirements of all accreditation and ranking agencies warrants allocating considerable resources. For a resource-constrained university, this can mean some serious trade-offs …

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