Opinion | Our education policy may falter on ‘executive overload’
Lofty Indian goals are often left unfulfilled because of weak executional capacity at the ground level
As a well-known columnist recently remarked, “One of the besetting sins of policymaking has always been an excess of ambition. Policy is only rarely written for the actual constraints of implementation in Indian context." I have for long argued that our public policy ecosystem suffers from a chronic “implementation curse".