September 2023 Newsletter

September 2023 Newsletter

Your Greatest Teacher –


The partial failure of CHANDRAYAAN-2

was used for the success of  CHANDRAYAAN-3.


Don’t Miss Out: Dates to Remember

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5th September 

Teachers’ Day (INDIA)

8th September 

International Literacy Day

15th September 

Engineer’s Day (INDIA)

  Celebrating Milestones

Sivanath Sastri College

Collaboration for Software Training 

Ecofunomics LLP entered an MOU with Shivnath Sastri College, Calcutta University to train their students with Statistical and Data Analysis software.

Ecofunomics went green

Going Green 

We went green again by collaborating with Rural potters and Rural Women for our corporate gifts.

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Joining our global reader community

We extend a warm welcome to Eswatini and Turks & Caicos Islands. Delighted to announce our knowledge-sharing now reaches 140 countries.

Trending Topics Unveiled

Transformative Learning

Transformative Learning in Business Education

The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2020, published by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (2020, p.2) expresses a disconcerting fact that ‘the world is not on track to achieve the Global Goals by 2030’. The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres asserts that ‘global efforts to date have been insufficient to deliver the change we need…’ and therefore, ‘…a transformation is required in the financial, economic and political systems that govern our societies today to guarantee the human rights of all’.

Public Policy after COVID

Online-Education: An educational pitch or a technological glitch?!

Online-Education happens to be our only hope in this chaotic world of COVID-19. Whether a student of a kinder garden or a Ph.D. candidate, everyone is web-knit in online classes. So, how far will this mode of study serve our society?! Let’s take a look at it with the goggles of knowledge.


5th September is celebrated as the birth anniversary of the first vice-president of India Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a respected teacher and philosopher. 

It was on 26 October 1966 when UNESCO declared 8 September as International Literacy Day to remove worldwide issues of illiteracy.  Indian literacy rate has grown to 74.04% (2011 census) from 12% at the end of British rule in 1947.

man wearing welding mask covered in welding smokes

Engineer’s Day was chosen to honor India’s first civil engineer and 19th Dewan of Mysore, Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. For his industrial, economic, and social projects, he was also called the “Father of Modern Mysore”

In today’s rapidly changing world, adaptability is a valuable skill. Continuous learning and a fearless approach to failure enable individuals to adapt to new challenges, industries, and technologies more effectively.

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Article curated by Ms. Jyoti Agarwal, Research Associate.

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