I firmly believe that all children have a right to education and it is our duty as educationists to provide them with the same.
According to Amreesh Chandra education, no matter where and how, should make a unique individual, not a conformist; it should furnish one with an undying fire to tackle the big challenges; it should allow one to find values which will act as a road map through life; it should make one spiritually rich so that :
You can love whatever you are doing, wherever you are and no matter who you are with.
For him education should teach one what is important, how to live life sensibly.
From the very onset, Amreesh knew that expanding innovation in higher education is critical and the world at large is driving innovation to boost institutional performance while even improving quality. Yet he was aware that innovation is too rarely taken to scale in higher education. His goal was to ensure that in a knowledge-based, globally-competitive economy, higher education would not be a luxury.
I'm not sure how this is possible but I have a vision which I have initiated with a great sense of humility.
Designing a good Higher Education System is a big, complex challenge, and I also know that there are a lot of tough questions we will need to answer first.
Amreesh is very well aware that the challenges to the higher education system can only be met through a shared partnership, with clear responsibilities.
I know there are no silver bullets or easy solutions here. But I also know we can't let the difficulty of the challenges facing higher education become a discussion-ending excuse for inaction.
However this does not deter him. Amreesh Chandra for one is committed to ensuring that higher education continues to thrive, grow, and strengthen our generations to come, matching the best in the world.