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Adman Prahlad Kakkar in conversation with best-selling author Ashish Jaiswal for a fluid talk

Oxford scholar Ashish Jaiswal’s book 'Fluid', has emerged as the #1 bestseller in educational philosophy on Amazon

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Hailed as a revolutionary book by scholars from Harvard, Yale and Oxford, one of the key premises of Fluid is that failure, faltering and being uncertain in disciplinary choices is actually not a flaw but a stepping stone to success.

Ashish Jaiswal will be hosting the first 'Fluid talk' on November 2 at Crossword Bookstores — at 6:00 pm in a conversation with Adman Prahlad Kakkar and Chairman of Podar World School, Mr. Raghav Podar.

Fluid talk, like TED talks, is a path-breaking conversing platform. The fluid talk format features a panel of three people, they will discuss how we know whether we are good in arts or science while shattering myths associated with routine learning, thinking and specialisation. It will delve on the fact that our life is a sum total of several interdisciplinary experiences. Ashish Jaiswal will also talk on how crucial fluid thinking is during one's educational journey - especially for students at the time of applying to top universities of the world specifically in the age of artificial intelligence.

About the Author

Ashish Jaiswal is currently a fellow at the Oxford Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies, UK. His debut book True Dummy and his previous book How to Reform a Business School, have been well-received internationally. Ashish has spoken around the world on the new age reforms required in our learning and thinking in the light of mega changes currently being witnessed in technology, markets and human behavior. He is the founder of iHER (India for Higher Education Reforms), a community platform with over 100,000 students, educationists and policymakers with the aim to discuss transformative ideas on education.

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