We must be bold, courageous, and enthusiastic to become street SMART: Prof. M.M. Goel

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New Delhi,  22 September : To work without worries for needo-governance in institutions of higher learning, we have to be soul-conscious with devotion and not just commitment, believes Prof. M. M. Goel, Former Vice-Chancellor known as Propounder Needonomics School of Thought superannuated from Kurukshetra University. He was addressing the participants of the leadership capacity development programme for the senior academic administrators of the universities/ Principals of Colleges under the Indian System of Medicine conducted by the National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA) Delhi in collaboration with the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM),. His topic was “Good Governance and Ethics in Institutional Management”. Professor Mona Khare Head Dept. of Educational Finance delivered the welcome address and presented a citation on the achievements of Prof. M.M. Goel.

The challenges of modern society call for creating a system of governance that promotes sustainable human development with gender-neutral literature needed today, said Prof Goel.

To make the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 sufficient as needo-education for needo-employability, we must adopt a well-defined Public-Private –Partnership (PPP) model ensuring good governance for minimizing the challenges in its implementation believes Prof. Goel.

For every ill in the Indian system of educational governance, there are Vedic pills, and Gita and Anu-Gita are the panacea, told Prof. Goel.

For enhancing the effectiveness and efficiency of government in improving governance, we must understand and adopt Gita-based needonomics, explained Needonomist Goel.

To create a work culture in India, there is a need to convert holiday culture into a holy-day culture with fasting including digital fasting once a week, justified Prof Goel.

To script a new narrative of good governance with cooperation (not competition), we must be bold, courageous, and enthusiastic to become street SMART (simple, moral, action-oriented, responsive, and transparent), explained Prof. Goel

Empowerment and enlightenment to play with the paperweight need a decentralization approach, said Prof. Goel.

To get the best from others, we must give better than the best in our endeavors, said Prof. Goel.

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