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Reflections on Blended Learning in Management Education: A Qualitative Study with a Push-pull Migration Perspective

Reflections on Blended Learning in Management Education: A Qualitative Study with a Push-pull Migration Perspective

Jaya Gupta, Kapil Garg

COVID-19 pandemic is a major disruptor for education today. Its onset has necessitated innovations in design and delivery of teaching and learning environment with extensive technology integration. The present study aims to scan the factors that are bringing about major transformations in management education in current times. The study extends the demographic push-pull (PP) migratory model to explain and analyse the factors that can enable a smooth transit to a technology enabled virtual teaching and le...

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Impact of COVID 19 on Indian Migrant Workers: Decoding Twitter Data by Text Mining

Impact of COVID 19 on Indian Migrant Workers: Decoding Twitter Data by Text Mining

Pooja Misra, Jaya Gupta

The Coronavirus pandemic has induced a huge economic crisis. The norms of social distancing and consequent lockdown to flatten the curve of this infection has brought economic activity across the globe to a standstill. A mass exodus of workers from major urban centres of India to their native villages started. Mental, financial and emotional agony inflicted due to job-loss, lack of job and livelihood opportunities led to this. A massive macroeconomic crisis for the country with serious ramifications has ...

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Technological disruptions reshaping management education: a qualitative study of stakeholder perspectives

Technological disruptions reshaping management education: a qualitative study of stakeholder perspectives

Jaya Gupta, Baishali Mitra , Kapil Garg

The technological revolution has disrupted the business ecosystem. This calls for a paradigm shift in the essential skill-set of managers. Management education, therefore needs to transform itself to remain pertinent to the changing context. It is important to identify the management skills required of future managers and systematic reforms needed to imbibe them. In the present phenomenological qualitative study, management students, faculty, recruiters and practicing managers, the key stakeholder's, rec...

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