This is a composite pic made from two different ones- the one on the right is from Vignana Jyoti Institute of Management at Hyderabad, where I worked from 1992-1995. The one on the left is from IMT Nagpur, where I was between 2009-2013.
The journey to this point is full of learnings. I have found that I like the cosy small classes better than the industrial, large ones. Not much one can do about it, though.
I have also found that learning mostly happens by doing, much more so than by listening to someone talk, though a combination might work. This, one can do something about.
Projects which take you into the field are almost guaranteed to teach you something new.
Exams should make a student think-not a professor, about how he will grade them on time.
Bureaucracy is stifling-wherever it exists, and is probably the single biggest reason that creativity gets stifled anywhere- a country, an organisation.
Selection processes are critical in maintaining quality, both of students and teachers.