Ravishankar Gopal (name changed) thought all was hunky dory when lockdown was announced and he was asked to work from home. Working for a leading IT firm in Chennai on a project, he was paid his March salary in full and on time. Things will be fine in a couple of weeks as the lockdown controls the spread of Covid-19, he thought.
Author : | Source : The Week | Date : 14th September, 2020.
We are living in a stormy and unprecedented time and business schools too, like any other industry, are not immune to the uncertainties. The year 2020 has posed some grave strategic questions for business schools and to have a discussion on the same lines, BW Education held its Wednesday Wisdom
The pandemic has hampered the plans of many aspirants who were planning to study abroad this year. While the majority of universities in the US, UK, Australia and other countries are offering online classes until January 2021, the students are not quite willing to opt for the same due to the lack of exposure and hands-on learning.