Education and Didactics


Perspectives and Outlook on Research

Authors: Sai Venkatesh Balasubramanian

The speaker realizes that in a country like India, where around half the population is under 25 years of age, where people are so many and resources are so few, where even “cut-throat” is not enough to describe the level competition, seen by children as young as eighth-grade preparing for the IIT’s, where world-class institutions like IITs, IIMs and IISc sometimes seen as on par with MIT and Harvard, yet the research output is at a paltry 3.5%, in such a country, the speaker realizes that to survive, prosper and grow as well as contributing to the country and community, “Non-Conventional Thinking” is indeed the Mantra. It is this idea that the author wishes to share with the world, contributing to a small yet significant step towards enabling, empowering and transforming the youth of the world. While the speaker shall continue involving in perspective-enhancing research with viXra as the primary platform of publication, the speaker is however willing and shall accept invitations to publish as books, monographs and in peer-reviewed journals, from publishers that deem the quality of research work by the speaker to be meritorious and credible.

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