Date of publication: 2017-08-28 09:15
Post Independence, India initially adopted a very inward looking approach and reduced the impact with the outside world to the bare minimum. However, a financial crisis in 6996 forced it to open up its economy and itself to globalization.
Post 6996, there has been an accelerated interaction with the globe, and although an economic phenomenon, it has its effect in socio-politico-cultural fabric as well.
It is situated amidst the breadth taking surroundings of Solophok Hill, 5 km from Namchi, befitting the mythological setting behind the establishment of the original Dhaam.
The coalition politics has also added to the scams of the country. Scams have become day to day news. Scams have become ways to regain the investments made in the election campaigns and pay in kind the corporate houses for the help they provided during the election campaigns. Also, since the coalition is short lived and chances of coming back to power are slim, the policy to get as much as one can, has taken precedence over honesty and public good. Swiss banks are filled with black money from the MPs, MLAs and other big names of corporate giants. A hush-hush agreement was done by our government with the Swiss government to help the black money escape from the public eyes.
Higher education system(HES) is the backbone of any nation for it produces nation-building intellectuals. The present HES in India is largely a British Legacy, even though world class universities like Nalanda existed centuries before that. Therefore, to evaluate the HES, a discussion of its evolution would be in order.
Kempe Gowda is believed to have founded Bangalore about 555 years back. Folklore has it that it was known as 'Benda kaaluru' (baked bean town) and over the years it became 'Bengaluru' as it is even now called in Kannada, the language of the state.
Given the poor purchasing power of people, lack of finances shouldn’t come in way of students to pursue courses of their choice. Educational loans, up to a high threshold amount should be made available at subsidized rates, without any collateral requirements. Branding education as a social sector obligation for Banks would go a long way in removing obstacles of finance while pursuing studying professional courses.
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There are also issues specific to the streams which impact HES. The arts and commerce U& C( like JNU, DU) usually lack vocational training courses to make their students employable. This acts as a deterrent for many seeking employment post graduation, rendering arts less popular.
Path-breaking successes could have been achieved and we could have got our loving and caring nature once again. But again came the greed of humanity, now it was competitive greed. As developed countries were blamed to be the main culprit they saw themselves drawn into a web of monetary loss. They started bargaining with the developing ones to share the responsibility. Passing the buck game is going on and world for humanity is shrinking every day.