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Should FDI be Allowed in Higher Education

…ticular course due to interest or skill. Rest of them are there just because it is going to give them good jobs. India in the process of becoming a developed nation needs to be technologically independent. Right now, India is dependent on other nations for technology. We are not spending a lot on Research and Development. In fact, if we see the track record in many sectors we are dependent on technology imports. Like India is the largest importer…

New Pattern: What is JEE?

Confusion Among Aspirants about JEE The whole structure of the two major engineering entrance exam in India changed in the year 2013. After much debate, meetings and suggestions, finally ministry of human resource & development have come up with a plan to enhance the importance of 12th board. Now, the marks of 12th board will not only be a cut-off, instead it will impact the rank. The sudden change in the whole pattern of admission have crea…

Hopes Beyond IIT

…able for engineering department of Railway. It is a very royal job with large prospects. It is also the toughest exam at 10+2 level. There are just around 10 vacancies each year. Still lot of people sits for its exam. Also, your salary will start just after passing this exam. It is the dream course. ISI: Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) is a very old institute of mathematics, statistics, economics and computer science. It is best institute in I…

India Spends Too Much On Its Defence

India is the largest importer of defence equipment in the world. Currently, India imports close to 70% of its weapons requirements largely from Russia, Israel, and more recently, the United States. The country’s defence expenditure will be around $112 billion by 2016. In July 2010, India signed a contract for six new submarines with Russia for $11 billion. It was the highest such contract in the south-Asia till now. Over the next one and a…