A Double-Blind Peer Reviewed Online Journal Published by the Rashtram School of Public Leadership
A Double-Blind Peer Reviewed Online Journal Published by the Rashtram School of Public Leadership
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Authored by Vinay Hejjaji  Research Associate, Centre for Civilisational Studies, Rashtram School of Public Leadership  Volume I, Issue 2 | May 2021 Download the review by submitting your details
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The advent of new media technology and social media has revolutionized political communication. Such platforms have been capitalized by political actors not only for electoral victories but also for democratization of the ‘public sphere’ in the truest sense. Citizens can now contribute to public discourse and challenge mainstream narratives. It is against this background that...
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This paper explores the style of “leading from behind” in workplaces – also known as servant leadership (SL) -- and how it impacts behaviours in an organisation. At some point in the history of an organisation, a servant leader will influence employees, thereby leaving an indelible mark. Self-serving leaders will not find their place in...
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Without going into the merits or demerits of the alleged “digestion” (Malhotra, 2013) of Indic ideas into Western scholarship, this study proposes something new for a more transparent exchange that will do justice to both Indian and Western sources of knowledge. Given the vast scope, breadth and width of Indic knowledge systems, it introduces the...
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This paper briefly surveys the political developments at the beginning of the twentieth century and examines how those developments played a part in the Bengal Famine of 1943. The Bengal Famine of 1943 is arguably one of the worst man-made famines recorded in human history. There were a multitude of reasons behind it, each of...
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Satyabadi Bana Vidyalaya was a school established by Utkalmani Pandit Gopabandhu Das, a freedom fighter, scholar, educationist and social worker from Odisha, along with his colleagues during the British rule in the village of Satyabadi near Sakhigopala temple, in the district of Puri. The residential cum day boarding school was popularly known as “Man Manufacturing...
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Universally, higher education is observing mounting escalation in both learner participation and categories of educational contributors. A major aspect of this expansion is an enhancement of student diversity: governments are expanding access to higher education for students from conventionally underrepresented groups. On the other hand, this raises questions about whether this quick augmentation may compromise...
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Bhārata, has been blessed with several historical leaders, whose lives and personalities have been sources of tremendous and timeless, deep learning. Their exploits and victories have been references and stories of motivation for generations across millennia. These leaders have demonstrated a set of similar traits, along with those unique to the individual. While they have...
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Kautilya's Arthashastra
Kautilya (alternatively known as Chanakya or Vishnugupta) is a name familiar to us as a statesman, advisor and author of Arthashastra. A lot has been written about him and his work, and through this paper I analyse the instances in which Kautilya and his Arthashastra has been invoked by the Indian judiciary and law/constitution-making bodies....
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One of the foremost as well as earliest leaders of the Indian nationalist freedom movement, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, dedicated his entire life morally, spiritually, and politically, to serve the country during the freedom struggle. His life’s work has inspired countless Indians to join the independence movement and fight for the nation. Tilak was a public...
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