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Rural education: Challenge or Opportunity for India

I was listening to a discussion on education today in Lok Sabha. Members appeared to be worried. Interestingly, almost all the MPs participating indiscussion were from the states of Bihar, UP, Odisha and Bengal and none from south. I myself … Continue reading

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Education: Advantage USA

Emma became five in July 9, 2012. Emma has started going to KG class in Turner Creek Elementary School. That is at a walking distance from our residence in the Harmony Community across the road in Cary. Shannon and Anand … Continue reading

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Higher Education –Some Myths

Indians in general must go for a change in perception about education and its various aspects. Some myths must die. Every student and more so his parents do everything to get his ward admitted in the best college, say IITs … Continue reading

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Higher Education: Yes or No

Americans are unique. One created a history by creating a company of $1000 billion last week. In process, he also created about 10 more billionaires and some millionaires too. One among them is a second generation Indian also. Peter Thiel, … Continue reading

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IIT-JEE 2012: Ultimate of Indian Aspirations

The results of IITJEE-2012 are out. It still excites me and reminds me of 1957. And that is the reason behind writing this entry while in USA. Over the years, many things have changed. Here are some salient aspects and … Continue reading

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Indian Scientists: Hope for India

Forbes India March2, 2012 issue, ‘Enough about Aryabhata’ may be a pleasant and inspiring reading to technocrats in India. It tells that cutting edge science is coming back to India. The issue also profiles and refers to many Indian scientists … Continue reading

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India’s R&D, Science and Mathematics

We had a lot of hope from Nilesh, the youngest son of my cousin Nirmal. He wasted a year in Kota taking coaching for getting into IITs and then took admission in a private engineering school near Agra. He has … Continue reading

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