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When Should I Start Preparing for IIT?

| March 9, 2014 | 0 Comments | Total Views: 932

…It was to be The Early Bird. Aim early, take time and then take the shot. It was to start preparing for IIT from 9th standard itself rather than 11th. The concept was not totally new. I remember in 1999 when I was in 9th standard Brilliant Tutorial had a Foundation Correspondence Course for IIT JEE. But, it was not a popular course. Once the director of my coaching class told me that he gets 1 or 2 student each year who comes to join the coaching…

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The impact of economic reforms has been that rich people have become richer and poor people poorer

| November 12, 2012 | 0 Comments | Total Views: 1,293

…to implement the reforms. These reforms were mainly focused on liberalizing foreign investment and privatization of loss incurring government corporations. Some latest results have revealed that the scope and pattern of these reforms in India’s foreign investment and external trade sectors followed the Chinese experience with external economic reforms. The impact of these reforms were seen in just few years as the total foreign investment i…

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How to Prepare for JEE 2013 After Appearing for 12th Board:Part 1

| January 20, 2013 | 16 Comments | Total Views: 27,021

…ging. Since 2000 I am following it. Every next year there were few changes with respect to previous years. Level of question changed, pattern changed, type of questions changed. This year even the name changed to JEE (Advanced). But, style never changed. IIT always asks tricky questions. An IIT JEE aspirant of year 2000, can appear for the paper of year 2012 and get the same rank, just by preparing for not more than 10 + 20 days (10 days for goin…

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Should FDI be Allowed in Higher Education

| January 7, 2011 | 1 Comment | Total Views: 2,326

…deemed universities, 5 institutions established and functioning under the State Act, and 13 institutes which are of national importance. Most of these institutions are public funded. Some of these institutions have been globally acclaimed. However, India has failed to produce world class universities like Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge or MIT. The state of higher education is very bad in India. The education system in India is often critici…

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