The director of IIMA says some people have concerns not about what is written in the bill, but how it will be implemented
If the proposed bill on Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) is used to bring about centralization of key processes, it would be bad news for these institutions and their autonomy, believes Ashish Nanda, director of IIM Ahmedabad (IIMA) India’s best-known business school. In an interview, he said some people have concerns not about what is written in the bill, but how it will be implemented. Nanda spoke about his vision for the school, and his efforts to take it to the global stage. Edited excerpts:
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