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Article Series: Ethical Responsibilities of Academicians

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What is the purpose of doing academics? What ought to be the ethical values which guide teaching, research, supervision and mentoring? How is academics relevant (or, how can it be relevant) in contemporary socio-economic, socio-political and cultural contexts? What is the ‘vocation’ of a teacher/researcher in contemporary times? Can we think about reorganizing and restructuring […]

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What is the purpose of doing academics? What ought to be the ethical values which guide teaching, research, supervision and mentoring? How is academics relevant (or, how can it be relevant) in contemporary socio-economic, socio-political and cultural contexts? What is the ‘vocation’ of a teacher/researcher in contemporary times? Can we think about reorganizing and restructuring academics so as to make it more inclusive, democratic and ethically committed?

Here are a series of articles on the topic that were received from our readers in response to the above questions.

  1. Ethical duties and responsibilities of academicians in a patriarchal and casteist Society by Tejal Barkhade
  2. Do the dark undemocratic paths pave the real future of science academia by Preeti Umarao
  3. The cost-benefits of raising ethical issues by Milind Watve
  4. Academician: a hope for a brighter future by Shambhavi Naik
  5. Undergraduate research, an approach to create sustained academic curiosity by Uthpala Ramprasad
  6. The Socratic oath of an academic by KP Mohanan
  7. Another Socratic oath by Tara Mohanan

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