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  1. Anonymous
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    >even MBA education is no less expensive right?It might cost less than an MS but definitely more than M.Tech(unless otherwise one makes it to FMS)…

  2. Anonymous
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    >True!Here in this case, a major part of the mistake lies with the student himself. How can a 20 year old student enroll himself in a course without even knowing whether it is matching his/her goal or not?It is highly ridiculous. Infact, he/she should get rid of the sheer laziness that they carry, and try to do extensive research from various sources like Net/Magazines/Faculty at their campus etc etc.

    If we look at the education system in the western countries, the student is completely independent and he doesnt take his parent for counselling at a graduate level(Ofcourse it is not a mistake) for god sake!He/She knows with clarity the course to go for, the funds to be managed as a part of course fee etc. I think this is partly attributed to the way in which an Indian child is brought up!

    Overall, a good topic to discuss: Also request you to focus on the hefty fee collected by primary schools. (Read somewhere that they are charging Rs. 40k to 80k for LKG :D)

  3. BRAT
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    >@ Anonymous 1: yeah, tht depends on the insti u get into.. Once into the IIMs or such, you don need to worry about your expenses for the next two years.. The bank loan (issued without any guarantee) takes care completely!

    @ Anonymous 2: totally agree that the student himself is to blame. The student is now an adult, in his/ her undergrad, and is expected to make decisions on his own, and also make ways to reach his dream. The fault, as you said, probably lies with the way he/she is brought up!!

    Yaar, why anonymomus posts, with such good comment.

  4. abhishek banthia
    abhishek banthia at | | Reply

    >Hey dude nice one…it will surly give some info to ppl runnin around things they really dont want,…

  5. Gagan
    Gagan at | | Reply

    >Quite right BJ… and this commoditization of education, as you chose to call it, is prevalent not just at coaching institutes, but at all levels of education in India, starting right from school. Even institutes like IIPM which market themselves very aggressively mislead and make false promises to students. You might be interested int he following article: http://careers360.in/lead-story/iipm—best-only-in-claims.html .

    As for students allowing parents to make decisions, the sad fact is, for whatever reason, not everyone who has attained the age of 20 becomes an adult mentally, or is confident enough to make major decisions himself / herself. More often than not, parents force their wards to agree to whatever they decide simply because they control the funds!! Sad, but true.

  6. Gagan
    Gagan at | | Reply

    >Oh, and you might want to have a re-look at the template you are using… the entire right panel is half cut off for some reason.

  7. BRAT
    BRAT at | | Reply

    >@ Abhishek: Thnx dude!

    @ gagan: yeah, agree with you on the parents controlling the funding part!! Sad
    n yeah, wil work on the template part.

  8. praveen kumar g
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    >trully hapening…. once i went to Cl vizag where a guy who came for icet was given lots of gyan by the cousellor there and finally the counsellor succeeded to join him in CAT coaching.

  9. BRAT
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    >@ Praveen: Exactly, the point of this article!!

  10. Anonymous
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    >True.. Scientist is sold off to become a mediocre manager.. would just lyk to give an instance of a batch mate during MBA.. A genius guy..Has research brains.. .. given paper presentations in various conferences abroad.. But joined 2 do an MBA.. Courtesy…Parents.. who think there is no growth in financial terms in the field of research…. Who is to b blamed!!! Parents simply wouldn't let him get into research…

  11. BRAT
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    >@Anonymous: I know, and the system is to be blamed for tht no doubt. but, one thing to realise here, is that a guy – fit to b a research guy, wil not necessarily excel in managemene, and for sure wil not enjoy his work as a manager!

  12. Miss ' A'
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    >also to add,the myth of general applicability of MBAs everywhere,preferably the IIM grads .
    even the recruiters think the same way !

  13. BRAT
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    >@ Miss 'A': Yeah true. Should probably write on tht.. n try clearing tht myth to some extent!!

  14. Avanija
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    >Commoditization of education I think, is a byproduct of the "mob mentality" that people have developed towards education. It happens right after class 10. Most of the people join engineering coaching and the "corporate" colleges milk the craze. How can we forget the asilmetta junction when the EAMCET results are announced. After engg, it is the CAT and all this not because the students want to become engineers or have the aptitude for management. It is just because it works out for some people and everyone else wants to just do it mindlessly

  15. BRAT
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    >@ Avanija: totally agree, and well hav been seeing these campusus over campuses built over the years by these coachin insti's!!!

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