Should FDI be Allowed in Higher Education

…of fees to tackle commercialization of education which will definitely deter entry of quality foreign universities, reared in an environment where commercial success and good service quality go hand in hand. It provides for government monitoring on admissions criteria which again might deter entry by high quality foreign universities which believe in using their own set of criteria. A clear cut government regulatory policy which balances the…

How to Prepare for JEE Mains After Appearing for 12th Board

How to Prepare for JEE Mains After Appearing for 12th Board

…figure out, where you made the mistakes. Next, try to solve the unattempted questions. If you gave the test in first half, then try to solve the unattempted and incorrect ones by the end of the day. If you solve it in second half, try to do so by the next day first half. If you need to refer some books or notes, do so. This whole process will improve your latency and no. of questions attempted. Step 3 (3 days): Till now, you would be totally…

Corruption is The Price We Pay For Democracy

…ining six non-democracies are small city-states (Singapore, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain). In contrast, about 60% of the 60 most corrupt countries are autocracies, including Russia, Iran, Venezuela, Belarus, Syria, Sudan and Burma. Nearly all the 30 most corrupt countries are autocracies. India in this list is at 84th position. These data show it very clearly that corruption is in every popular form of government….