Teaching is no ordinary profession. At stake is the future of society, state and nation.
Ask a million students who have studied abroad for advice and you’ll get a million different answers.
NEET was supposed to uproot the malpractices which it now stands accused of.
We have broadly identified three beneficiaries. Read on.
Who is to be blamed for this situation in 2018?
It no longer fits into the changing ethos of technocratic reasoning and religious nationalism.
What the authorities are trying to do is focus only on increasing enrolment in universities and colleges to make their political report cards look better.
The system degrades even the best talent put into it, into an embodiment of mediocrity.
The deeply-entrenched culture of obstructionism directed at research-oriented faculty may prove difficult to deal with.
It celebrates mediocrity and compromises the overall standards of higher education.