Last week, XLRI-Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur, organised a session with Prof Anil D Sahasrabudhe, chairman, AICTE, on the future of higher education. Addressing it, Prof Sahasrabudhe said, \u201cEducation should be output-based, not input-based \u2026 academic curriculum alone is not enough.\u201d He noted that managers should look beyond business and profit. \u201cThey should be imbibed with moral and ethical values \u2026 an ethics course should be compulsory,\u201d he said. He also highlighted upon AICTE\u2019s initiative Marg Darshan, or mentorship, wherein faculty from institutes struggling to achieve standards of excellence are invited to the cream institutes to observe their teaching policies and methodology, and implement the same in their institutes. \u201cThis practice of competition and collaboration can help in expanding the quality of education beyond the 100 best B-schools,\u201d he said.