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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IJSPL 6
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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The article examines the historical and broad theoretical issues of governance central to the organisation and functioning of society, surveying the earliest experiences and ideas that date back to the ancient Greeks as well as more contemporary reflections. It also evaluates the politics of India’s governance historically as well as in the period following Indian...
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Public leadership is a popular theme of discussion in the world of politics and public sphere at large. It encompasses a set of activities and interactions that people in positions of power engage in. The famous Greek philosopher Aristotle once opined that a government should be based on laws and not men, yet men can...
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