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Higher education challenges: Why middle class families are worried

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sreenivasan ramasubramanian
Education business
by sreenivasan ramasubramanian on Dec 12, 2015 09:53 AM  | Hide replies

All institutions in the private sector have made education a business.Govt.Should step in to make it a service again. It is the responsibility of the Government to impart good education at low cost to all.

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Vineet Saxena
Re: Education business
by Vineet Saxena on Dec 13, 2015 09:30 PM
Most of these institutions are run by Netas directly or indirectly so don't expect anything from Government.

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Kundapur Kumar
Crasze for School of Aristicracy
by Kundapur Kumar on Dec 02, 2015 08:13 PM  | Hide replies

Once people of high society used to join Aristocratic schools like Doon School of Dhradun. However there is no outstanding outputs from such schools. Most of the outstanding successful students came from village based ordinary schools.

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Ramesh Koushik
Re: Crasze for School of Aristicracy
by Ramesh Koushik on Dec 10, 2015 09:36 PM
Schools which are called aristocratic, often produces good generalists while middle class schools turn out people more suitable for Engg, Medicine etc. Generalists are the ones who can provide leadership(the problem is: they often do not respect people with specialised knowledge)

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AswathaKumar K
Government Schools and colleges
by AswathaKumar K on Dec 02, 2015 07:43 PM

Afraid this is due to absence or insufficient number of local/central government run or aided schools (like Kendriya Vidyalayas) and professional colleges (offering ITI certificate and Engg degree or medical courses across the country.
Is education is priority for Government?

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jatinder nayar
Only High marks gets jobs
by jatinder nayar on Dec 02, 2015 03:01 PM  | Hide replies

There are HR policies that ensures that only candidates with high marks will be short listed. this HR professionals themselves will have low marks but have framed policies that will marginalise a candidate for a mere 4-5 marks (not percentage). even if a recommendation from a higher up who has analyse the candidate based on his aptitude will not be accepted by hr citing policy paralysis.

As far as fees are concerned it is a fashion to put one's child in a school which charges high fees, cause it has become a status symbol.

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Vineet Saxena
Re: Only High marks gets jobs
by Vineet Saxena on Dec 13, 2015 09:31 PM
I appreciate your comment about HR personnel.

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School Fees
by Abhinna on Dec 02, 2015 10:46 AM

Higher fees in Schools now days is actually a symbol for high standard Schools for people who rate the school performance based on the fee.You definitely know that higher fess in schools is just the indication that our politicians and Industrialists are now getting in this bussiness of education for just the purpose of earning money.If you ask the students that how many of them have aim or target to become teachers or professors then you will find negligible numbers of students willing to go in teaching profession.Today everyone is targeting to become Engineer, Doctor or MBA not for they have liking for this feild but just for the higher package expectation for a luxurious life. If one pursues the feild of his interest nobody can stop his success in life. We have examples of some top business mans like Dhirubhai Ambani, Dr. Subhash Chandra of Zee Network have shown that higher class education does not guarantee success but its only your will power and firm commitment that will lead to success

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sohan modak
school fees...
by sohan modak on Dec 02, 2015 09:54 AM

This is happenning and allowed to happen to promote schools run by politicians and their cronies by way of downgrading public school system...

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Same case accross
by hinduhindus on Dec 01, 2015 06:55 PM

In Bangalroe its same case. one has to sell out much much money for education. Government is haplessly looking and

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Sanjay Tomar
These school need to punish for making education commercial.
by Sanjay Tomar on Dec 01, 2015 06:53 PM

High Fee doesn't future guarantee it's criminal offense these school need to punish by government . Fees guidelines must be issued by the government from minimum to maximum per class. Every necessary thing can't be push for commercial profit without any logic . Sky rising price of school fees is crime have no control of government.

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Agree with the
by Muhammed on Dec 01, 2015 06:01 PM

statement "How could the son possibly earn enough as a doctor to justify this kind of cost of admission? (1.5 Crores) - Math simply doesn't work out!

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