Though there is increase in number of graduates and postgraduates, still there are bunch of parliamentarians (including well educated) who behave in an uncivilized manner during parliament sessions. How many MPs work in a productive manner? Another bunch are lazy dudes who are least bothered about the sessions in parliament and their constituency. Shame on them. Disgraceful people
Re: These educated MPs failed in parliament
by Narender Sharma on Apr 12, 2009 11:44 AM
do you know Half of them have faked their degrees? hence they behave like that. Getting degree certificate does not make a person well mannered and non-currupt.
Will Rediif clarify, how they counted the qualification of Sonia Gandhi? Is her English language 30 hour diploma from unrecognized evening school (which is closed now) in Cambridge considered as post doctoral work or what?
Re: How rediff reached these numbers?
by Deshbhakt on Mar 27, 2009 07:46 PM
Besides qualification does not mean patriotism or good leadership skills. We havefhools like Dr Manmohan Singh, who carries a label of Doctrate on his name. But we all Indians know that he is a obidient slave of that pho rangee Italian. This jewker justifies the British colonial rule over India and says Ess lamist have first right over Indian resources. Same goes for Chidambram, Montek Ullhowalia, Pranab Watermalone etc who are nothing but Ghulam's of the madam. By this logic Missa Bharti, daughter of Ch@rachor scam Laloo prasad who topped Bihar University exams would the most eligible for PM post from the UPA side. Now we all Indians know how true those qualification and degrees are
What we need is culture.This may or may not stem from formal education,having seen the mushrooming of educational institutions, universities,colleges and whatnot that offer all kinds of graduate & post-graduate degrees & doctorates distributed with ease regardless of the actual quality of knowledge gained and imparted, no wonder why we have millions of graduates & a few hundreds who are capable of actual application of the same. So nk culture is important. What cultural background and knowledge do our politicians have? Do they know our traditions,art,our crafts and history?What can they do to safeguard these & the downtrodden people who form the backbone of our culture?Are they given the dignity & respect deserved? Are our politicians capable of looking back to lead the country forward? The answer is a dismal NO. The IT industry came up DESPITE the government & politicians.Now they act as if success was due to them!IT sector is only ONE part of India.What about the rest?Where do agriculture,farmers &d craftsmen who have invented, created and shaped our history & culture? They have no place amongst the computers and call centres. Why is begging for handouts from the West considered the only goal for Indians? We don't invent anything or respect learning & knowledge s hidden in our past, ignored by the crass politicians. List us politicians and their qualifications,let voters decide from their achievements.
There is no difference between literate and less qualified, in accumulating wealth beyond proposition. It has become quite common to concentrate on personal/family wealth than giving back to society. The MLA's/MP's to introspect what they give back to society worthwhile. Please have serious plans to safeguard future youth to take India to attain allround growth, self-sufficiency, employment generation, preserve nature, concern on global warming, reducing use of plastics, afforestation etc. Think on welfare of your near & dear. To come out of self centric attitude. BEST OF LUCK
Re: is Rahul one of them
by Manoj K on Mar 26, 2009 12:24 AM
He represent youths especially from influential family. So there is no need of any formal degree. However, if he want to be a graduate he can buy one from any of indian universities except few reputed one, which admit through only entrance examilation.