Should FDI be Allowed in Higher Education

  The ‘India Vision 2020’ envisages the transformation of India into a knowledge superpower. To achieve this vision, the higher education sector has to play a key role. At present India is producing highest number of doctors and engineers every year. But, if one considers the quality and quantity of higher education in India. It is worse. In US and UK, percentage of enrolment in higher education is 82.4 and 60.1 respectively….

India Spends Too Much On Its Defence

…planes have advanced features like AESA and cost roughly $100 million apiece. So, even though India is spending more than normal it is getting less. After Bofors scandal in late 80s, there have been very few defence deals in India. More than 70% of inventories of Indian Armed Forces are 20-plus years of age, and needs to be replaced as well as augmented with the sophistication of modern technology. A major portion of India’s current…

Hopes Beyond IIT

…o doubt this course needs creativity. Without creativity, you may not perform well. But, yeah this is a high paying and booming sector in India. NLSIU: National Law School of India University (NLSIU) is the best institute in India for Law. As economically, India is developing rapidly. Lots of MNCs are coming each year in India. All of them need law personnel. But, students in India are crazy about engineering and management. Other courses…