Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India; ‘Proclamation of Emergency’; Fazal Ali Committee; Composition of Rajya Sabha; Administration of Union Territories in India; Question hour in the parliament; Sovereignty of Indian Parliament; Election Commission; Composition of the Legislative Council; Financial emergency under article 360;
Special Majority of Parliament; Article 105; Article 194; Committee on Privileges; Breach of privilege; Liberal Democracy; Electoral Democracy; Electoral Autocracy; Closed Autocracy; ‘Portfolio System’; Indian Councils Act, 1861; Reasons for Adopting Parliamentary System; 61st Constitutional Amendment Act of 1988; Article 3 of Indian Constitution; Consultative committees of members of parliament (MPs); Composition of Rajya Sabha; Features or principles of parliamentary government in India;
Shadow pandemic; SAMADHAN Challenge; Surge in domestic violence; Corona bonds; Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI); Export of hydroxychloroquine; Delhi’s ‘5T’ war; WTO Agreement on Safeguards; General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 1994; Whole genome sequencing; Human Genome Project; Genome India Project; Swasth ke Sipahi; Ujala Samoohs; Enhancing Overdraft facility
India is witnessing a massification of higher education, with the establishment of more universities and an increase in enrolment. Under such circumstances, what merits examination is whether universities are producing knowledge for knowledge’s sake, or training individuals to fall in line with a neo-liberal nationalist agenda of economic development.