Bits and Pieces

Tuesday, July 12, 2005  

Elections. Politicians. Bureaucrats.
After toying with all of the above, Mr.TN Seshan is into education. Educating future leaders, that is. [What of the current crop?]

Q | MIT School of Government (MITSOG), Pune, which will have the formidable former bureaucrat as its chairman and dean, claims to be the first institute in Asia to offer a full-fledged post graduate course in social and political leadership. "The aim is to empower the next generation of politicians to master the complexities of government and to equip them for a serious career in politics and bureaucracy,'' said Mr. Seshan | Q


posted by pradeep | Permalink | (2)


Ill reserve my comments for until some results of either good or bad things to happen as a result of the creation of MITSOG. But an interesting experiment nevertheless.

By Blogger The Last Blogger, at 7:40 AM 

I see it as a remarkable step forward. Dont think there exists even a minimum requirement in terms of education, to be a politician. This could make up for the huge void.


By Blogger pradeep, at 6:14 AM 

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