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"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.what are its pros and cons?"

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29 Jan '10 05:31 pm
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These measures are directed towards achieving a quality higher specialized education and also attract interested foreign students. Evidently much proliferation has taken place in B schools and Engineering colleges thereby rendering the qualifications obtained thereof to "run of the mill". Prof. Manmohan Singh himself being a scholar extraordinare.. would like to see quality managers and technocrats coming out in abundance from India.
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Answered by Chandra sekhar Krishnan, 29 Jan '10 05:41 pm

 
  
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