Should FDI be Allowed in Higher Education

…he main aim for the students here is to get certificate. Corruption and negligence could be easily found in the examination conducted by these colleges. Some private universities have started operations in India. But, most of them are not giving the quality, they are for money making. In the recent years, many of the new private institutions have opened in India. But, most of them are for engineering and B-schools. The scenario is this that India…

Indian Economy: 2009 Vs. 2010

…s based on public ownership and protectionism with slow growth rate. Since 1991, India changed its policy and reformed it to a market-based economy. The currency of India is the Indian Rupee. As of 30th Dec 2010, 44.8 INR equals to 1 USD and 1 EUR equals 59.34 INR. The major stock exchanges in India are Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE). India‚Äôs GDP accounts for 57.2% service industry, 28% industrial sector and 1…

What is Backorder

…od comes closer to ending. The domain owner is given reminder to renew it. Due to some reason if the registrant forgets to renew the domain name, the registrar waits for renewal confirmation for some days (40 days for .com). This waiting period is called Grace period. During this period, the DNS, mail and other features of the domain will not work. If registrant renew during the grace period, he will not be charged any extra amount as the late fi…

IIT JEE: What should be Strategy for Partial Droppers?

…core somewhat poorer than a regular student in the college course exam. This in some way hit their ego and transforms them to perform well in the next semester exam. This means, it acts as a strong force of diversion from IIT JEE for partial droppers. Seeing the friends around enjoying the college life sometimes demotivate from giving ample time for IIT JEE preparation. When partial droppers notice that their friends are enjoying the college life…