North Stars, Management Education, Gig Economy and Eating Out: Here's what's trending on ScrollStack this week

This week, we introduce Naghma Mulla speaks to Mamoon Akhtar of Samaritan Help Mission. "During the COVID crisis, students of class 12 in SHM came together as Youth Brigade and have formed three collectives - River of Mercy Foundation, Malik Sabka Ek and Let’s Smile Together all to help the neighbourhood in navigating the crisis of loss of income and food insecurity," she writes.

Meanwhile, Ritika Mahajan debugs the myth that Management Education is only for Business. "By limiting the spectrum of management education in India, institutions have limited job opportunities for students. Opportunities for developing viable business models and creating shared value in different sectors, even the ones related to societal development, are not given much consideration," she writes.

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North Stars ft. Mamoon Akthar by Naghma Mulla

Management Education: Is it only for Business? by Ritika Mahajan

Man United's Rorschach test and the case of the white elephant by Colin D'Cunha

Gig Economy: Experiences Of Women Workers In Home-Based Beauty Services by Shreya Batra

Eating Out by Rapchikonomics

Manchester United 3 Atalanta 2 by Aradhye Ackshatt