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Old June 23rd, 2014, 08:52 AM
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Whatever talent you have, it's not easy to get into something you are interested in. You sacrifice a lot for a good job, regardless of the work that you are required to do.
I get that, but what if somebody didn't try at all..? and of course many times one has to change the path mid-way for better prospects.

I mean I don't care as long as they are happy doing it.. but I am in support of full fees at IITs, IIMs, RECs, etc not subsidized fee. Grant them easier to pay study loans, but don't just waste money training America's MNC workers, everybody doesn't do to America but some definitely do. Doctors are made to work in villages after completing studies, why no such mandatory measures for Engineers?
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I get that, but what if somebody didn't try at all..? and of course many times one has to change the path mid-way for better prospects.

I mean I don't care as long as they are happy doing it.. but I am in support of full fees at IITs, IIMs, RECs, etc not subsidized fee. Grant them easier to pay study loans, but don't just waste money training America's MNC workers, everybody doesn't do to America but some definitely do. Doctors are made to work in villages after completing studies, why no such mandatory measures for Engineers?
I agree that there should be some mandatory service period for the students of all the places which dish out subsidised education. The sad truth about the service in rural areas is that the doctors are posted in PHCs (Primary Healthcare Centres) as a part of their internship for a period of 2-3 months and that qualifies as fulfilling the requirement.
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Re: Indian tech degrees go global

So, their own MPs are urging the govt to scale down the price hike: http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/ca...-lateststories
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