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4. In 2007, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in elaborating his vision for a revolution in the field of modern education declared the opening of 7 Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) and 8 Indian Institute of Technology (IITs), among other measures. With the help of facts and figures evaluate the implications of this decision. Will such measures help reduce the unemployment rates in the country or only add to the educated unemployed in the country? One of the proposals put forth has been to set some of the proposed new IIMs in the public-private partnership mode. Debate the feasibility, advanta

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Asked by SUSHANT VERMA, 09 Feb '10 02:26 pm
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There are many educated people in india but only few knowledeable. So no debate or discussion on this topic
Answered by Ketan Shroff, 11 Feb '10 01:20 am

 
  
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The policy will reduce unemployment.In the globalised era,employment opportunies r available only in the private sector.They r very choosy.They select those who fit in to their scheme of things.These professional institutions will study the requirements of the private sector n will produce graduates who can fit in to the scheme of things of the private sector.In other words,they will produce employable graduates,which in turn reduce the number of unemployeds.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 09 Feb '10 07:03 pm

 
  
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