It’s time to create a breed of talent that questions the ordinary and disrupts to create a new order
Information technology (IT) has been one of the sunrise industries in India. However, while we have been offering technology services to the world, we have never harnessed our skills to innovate. While we have grown significantly over the last two decades, we have bred inefficiencies in our workforce. If we step back a little, at a collegiate level too, our students have never been able to shake off primitive theories and largely irrelevant curriculums. Let me run through both these areas.