Vikas Gupta is the Managing Director (MD) of Wiley India. He is an award-winning Writer, Speaker and Thought Leader in the Education and Learning Industry.
BW Education, Business World, July 2018
Conceptual Learning has long dominated the landscape of Indian Education, and perhaps, this is the reason we find ourselves at a standstill. The prevailing disconnection has significantly capped the prospects of a job for a graduating student and its effects multiply for degrees such as engineering, which demands technical or contextual experience to succeed in the industry. My thoughts on how we can bridge the gap between Conceptual and Contextual Learning, in Business World’s July 2018 Issue.
Hindustan Times, June 2018
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Industry 4.0- the era of automation and the use of cyber-physical things and cognitive computing is here and our students, the future workforce needs to be prepared for it. To tackle this problem, we should start where we can bring the most concrete change- College Education.
My thoughts on this topic, in Hindustan Times.
Business World, May 2018
For India, like most other developing nations, education is at the heart of almost all the social objectives. Be it better access to medical services or jobs; education plays a crucial role in defining our future. There is a dire need of new education models and latent methodologies in our education system. My views on the same, in this Business World Article.
Print Week India, March 2018
John Wiley and Sons is bullish on India, its third largest market in Asia, and will continue to invest in the future of research and learning here. The global major recently celebrated its 210th anniversary worldwide. Vikas Gupta, Managing Director, Wiley India, said, “As part of our continued investments and engagements with our stakeholders, Wiley has recently shifted to a new office space and will be hosting local forums as part of our growing market presence. We foresee India as the hub of innovation where new means of learning and content will be developed for other parts of the world.”
Higher Education Review, March 2018
India is currently facing a crisis of job-ready and outcome-oriented education. The millennials want education to be available anytime, accessible anywhere and personalized. I shared my views on the Future of Education with The Higher Education Review Magazine.
Deccan Herald, March 2018
In the library and information science landscape these days, the community is abuzz with terms like digital libraries, electronic libraries, and hybrid libraries. The future of libraries, as an institute, is in our hands – authors, publishers, and readers. Disruptive technologies will continue to emerge and change our behavior. Read my full article on the topic ‘How Digitisation is disrupting Libraries’, covered in Deccan Herald.
Analytics India Magazine, February 2018
The book launch event of one of the most noted names in the world of Analytics and Data Science — Sameer Dhanrajani took place in Banglore. Peter Wiley (Chairman Emeritus, Wiley), Matthew S. Kissner (Chairman of the Board, Wiley) and Vikas Gupta (MD, Wiley India) were present during the event.
All About Publishing, February 2018
Future of Publishing lies in how well publishers can create a solution that can go up the value chain. I shared my views on the Future of Publishing in this story with All About Publishing. Go to Page 10 to read the full story.
India Today Aspire, January 2018
The path to innovative thinking is through the exposure to a diverse set of experiences. From traveling to absorbing different cultures, from meeting new people to encountering challenging ideas, each new experience gives us a fresh new perspective and isn’t that what innovative thinking is all about? Read more about my thoughts in the India Today Aspire Story.
India Today Aspire, September 2017
From talking about the new learning models for the future of education, I shared my views on a variety of topics in this interview with India Today Aspire.
Mint, June 2013
Management book covers are a study in the art of conveying more with less. Read more about my thoughts on the perfect cover of a Business Book in this Mint Story.
Business World, February 2011