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No autonomy in IIM bill: IIM-A chief

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Jun 26, 2015, 11:37 am IST
Updated Mar 28, 2019, 6:26 pm IST
Mr Nanda feared the Bill could be used as a tool to “micro-manage” the IIIMs
IIM Ahmedabad campus
 IIM Ahmedabad campus

New Delhi: The proposed IIM draft Bill is creating a controversy as several directors have opposed the government’s alleged move to encroach on the autonomy of institutes. IIM Ahmedabad director Ashish Nanda on Thursday voiced concern over erosion of “autonomy”.  

Mr Nanda feared the Bill could be used as a tool to “micro-manage” the IIIMs and warned that there could be an adverse fallout on the standards, if certain freedom was not granted.

 

Raising similar concerns, IIM-Bangalore director Sushil Vachani said,“If the Bill turns out to be that a lot of decisions by the Boards are subject to government approval, and the government has uniform norms, then that may or may not be best thing for certain IIMs.”

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