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Will foreign university campuses boost India’s GER?

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has recently announced the draft norms for foreign universities willing to set up their campuses in India. But the success of this policy hinges on attracting th...

Mode 1 offers exponential growth prospects for Indian services exports

Dr Pritam Banerjee, Logistics Specialist Consultant at Asian Development Bank and Member, Committee for Advanced Trade Research, TPCI, discusses exciting prospects for India in Mode 1 services  expor...

COVID has taught us the importance of herd quality in healthcare

Dr Atul Mohan Kochhar, CEO, NABH reminisces how the accreditation body coped with the unprecedented challenge of COVID-19, and the lessons learnt on the role of technology and standardization in healt...

Functional integration of Ayush and Allopathy is necessary

Dr. D C Katoch, Senior CMO (Ayurveda), CGHS, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, believes that through 75 years of diligent efforts, India’s AYUSH sector is well poised to bridge critical healthcar...

Digital Banks: The new paradigm

On July 20th, 2022, NITI Aayog released a new report on digital banks in India. It has recommended a new framework, regulatory regime, and licensing of digital banks. This article discusses the NITI A...

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Standardization of yoga can enhance its global reach & export

Dr Arpita Mukherjee, Professor at ICRIER, is of the opinion that yoga exports can be a part of traditional and preventive healthcare exports. For this, there is need for standardization of practices, ...

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Services sector post-COVID: Shifting gears for the next ‘wave’!

The services sector has been India's mainstay for over three decades post the economic liberalisation in 1991, when it comes to both GVA contribution and trade. However, with the rise of digitisation ...

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Reinventing India’s creative economy in a digital era

COVID-19 has led to a sharp increase in the consumption of creative products and services on one hand, but also exposed the sector's vulnerability on the other. Improving demographics, better access ...

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Cross-border e-commerce: Is India missing out on a big export trend?

Export stakeholders in India are still looking at cross-border e-commerce (CBEC) as a fringe export business, unlike China, which has been pushing CBEC exports for over a decade now. This needs to cha...

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Vaccine passports will act as a tourism booster

Fenil Bhayani, MD, 99DESTINATIONS, opines that measures like the creation of vaccine passports, a common platform to get passports clubbed with the COVID-19 vaccine certificates & a common mobile app ...

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