Mr. Prasad Chandran is the Founder Chairman of SEEGOS – a Social Enterprise for Ethics, Governance and Organisation Strategies. He is the former CMD of BASF in India and was the Head of all BASF companies in the South Asia sub-region.

NEP-2020: Will Need Good Governance

And for a a Friday after the release of the National Education Policy – NEP2020, some thoughts….. some musings….. After 34 years, we must welcome the new National Education Policy which hopefully will propel our coming generations into the higher Global orbit, better prepared and with much higher skill sets and competencies to take on…

COVID-19: Some +ve Thoughts

And for a Friday as India crosses a Million cases of Covid infections, some thoughts….. some musings….. Crossing the million mark must not alarm us. Comparatively we have done well for a developing country with gigantic population of 1300 million people, with densely populated cities and world’s largest slums (Dharavi in Mumbai with more than…

Padmanabhaswamy Temple: Truth Prevails

And for a Friday after the landmark Padmanabhaswamy Temple judgement of the Supreme Court, some thoughts….. some musings….. Monday 13th July will be unforgettable in Kerala’s and India’s temple history. On this date, Supreme Court overturned the 2011 judgement of Kerala High Court and restored the right of Royal Family of Travancore to manage and…

Education In Covid Times

And for a Friday IC (In COVID days), huge upheavals and challenges in Educational sector….. Most upper middle class homes in India have or know someone studying in USA, now in shock with the US Immigration cancelling /denying new F1 student visas to foreign students taking classes exclusively online due COVID-19. Harvard and MIT announced…

Strong Economy: Panacea For India

And for a Friday after the first time in free India, the role of HTP was nationally recognised….. some thoughts….. some hopes….. Our PM, in last weeks address to the Nation, thanked two entities – Indian Farmer and the Honest Tax Payer (HTP). This breed of HTP has always been important for the nation but…