March 09, At the same time, the ruling dispensation is keen on projecting its pro-people image by providing relief in the power and water segments. The government recently announced a slash of 50 per cent in power tariff for households consuming units per month and supply of 20, litres of free water to every household.
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Take the initiative to participate and contribute your thoughts. Express your positive attitude towards providing the solution. Sep 5, I think privatization of higher education should be done so that quality of education may be improved. Aug 15, Most of the higher education institutes in the country are already owned by private individuals.
There are very few higher education institutes owned by government. These private institutes charge huge amount of fees and only a few of them justify with the amount charged by providing quality education whereas in government institutes fess is low and there are limited number of seats.
Also, admissions in government institutes take place on merit basis but this is not so in private institutes. May 9, According to me, due to the privatization of higher education, systematic teaching, discipline, regularity and quality education can be achieved compared to government sector at the same time to obtain above all advantages we have to pay for it.
Today private education becomes a business. From these activities, they reduce their fame. And these sector mixing business, politics with education this affects greatly on educational life of middle-class and below poverty line students.
Apr 3, Hello friends, According to my opinion, privatisation should be there in India to improve the literacy of increasing Indian population; but there should be a limit of no of privatised colleges to maintain the quality of education.
So, by this way quality education will reach to every area of the country and the power of government also get saved as colleges will get privatised. Mar 19, Hello friends.
In my opinion, the idea that privatization of higher education in India is not a good idea at all. Firstly, privatization of education simply means that government having less control over the higher education sector and letting the private organization work with autonomy.
Although the quality of education can be more refined however it limits the check on these organizations whose primary aim is business that comes at the cost of high-end fees, commercialization of education and even misuse of power. And I would like to bring to your attention the quote that says power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Hence I feel there are chances of misuse of the power given to them which may give rise to corruption and as well as lacking morality among the youths as business is the prime concern. Secondly, I feel that concept of privatization of higher education is completely against the constitution of India that on one hand promise to give everyone equal opportunities and the other no discrimination.
Because the scenario in private is the one handful of money has only better access to education and somehow it does give an idea that a son of a farmer cannot dream high or rather stay a farmer only the one with affluent family and more connections can carve out there path in fields higher studies.
It is like India depriving itself of people like Kalam, Ambedkar. Then we might have more of Isis terrorists. Hence we need no more left out eklavyas. Therefore I believe the state or central institutes for higher education should flourish it gives a platform to students from varied background to compete and improve their skills and provided with the equal resources thus paves the way for not just healthy competition but also healthy India, where the power rest not with the privileged one but the deserving ones.
Henceforth with the above points, I would like to rest my opinion. Mar 9, India being a developing country certainly have some rugged edges and the education system is certainly one of them. Firstly, the government institutions are very less in number and do not have enough seats to take in most of the applicants.
The private institutions see this as a chance to recruit the remaining students. Although they may be costly in terms of fees the students comply with it since they are the last resort.
With a large number of students resorting to private institutions for higher studies the private sector obviously is on the way of taking over the section of higher studies. Keeping facilities and fees in mind, along with better job placements in certain cases, the government sector is still ahead but that would be because of government funding which if provided to private institutions should be able to bring down their massive fee structure.Aug 01, · A Protest against the Campaign to Privatise Education Geethika Dharmasinghe, courtesy of the Daily Mirror, 27 July , where the title is “ Is Free Education a boon or a bane?” Recently we witnessed a prominent “civil society activist” expressing views in favour of the privatisation of education at a meeting organised by .
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Mar 23, · This is privatization. In transport and traveling services.
The private services have charged more than Govt. bus services. We have a right to ask our populist Govt. we can not ask Private co. The Govt.
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