where the breadth of the “T” is heterogeneity, diversity, different specialisations and the depth of the tree is inclination. So we started the programme as a prototype first and then in a full-fledged way.
Is the Indian education system on the right track?
We are gradually moving on the right track. People have started realising that we should get into activity-based learning. So the schools, colleges that are picking up this trend is a good sign. What is needed now is that teachers should go to the marketplace to see and learn what is happening there. For example, if a sandwich-walah sells 500 pieces of sandwich in a day, there must be some value in it. So teachers need to understand the market first and then educate the students. Such approaches are needed.