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IITs as White Elephants

IITs, which have thrown in the country as an uninterrupted address of technology in the country, have been on the push for many years. Now the humanitarian ministry's policies are more and more like them. They have been considered as the most important higher educational institutions in the country. Now they are seriously criticized from the people. In the top 100 universities of the QS Times World Rank Higher Education Ranking, this time there is a lot of criticism. The number of Indians ranked by the MHRD in 10 rankings is awe. IITs have been criticized for participating under the ngineering
Classification for World Rankings. Usually they are university students. People say they are sending engineering graduates to wealthy abroad with people's money, and there are people who criticize the graduates who have read there to help in the development of the country rather than the development of the country. UGC Chairman Ved Prakash expressed regret that it has become lesser and more common. The first IIT was formed in Kharagpur in the 1950s as per the recommendations of the NR
Sarkar Committee report released in 1946. Over the next decade, four more IITs were formed in Mumbai, Madras, Kanpur and Delhi. Jawaharlal Nehru, the designer of the designer, was considered as a field of industrial, scientific and technical producers of the country. He is also concerned about the technical expertise of the planned economy. They have come down to normal educational institutions that provide only the engineers of the Indian industry. The 1961 IITs Act has lost that
kind of luck. The aim of the job is to reduce the importance of research and set up the ideology behind the setting up of IITs. At present, IITs are losing ground in many areas, providing quality engineers. Instead of creating intellectual thinkers of present India's immediate concerns, they offer only technology technicians to the country. There are no educators who provide education to the illiterate country. Their failures are roughly the same: 1) The lack of scientific thinking among the common people. 2. The lack of human and sociological divisions is so prominent in bringing about the necessary changes to the society. Nehru predicted this plight so that it was a well-liked politician. He believes that these companies are fraught with relative tendencies based on technology alone. He pointed out that technicians should not only serve to industrial enterprises but also be able to shape men and women as good human beings. Defective higher education systems have led our way to the IITs. Apart from attending humanitarian vision to technology, our higher education system has been developed as an adaptive to the human perspective.Our economy has evolved from the agriculture sector to the developmental sector and the subsequent service. Starting in the 1990s, priority has been given to the creation of opportunities in economic policies. In the service sector, especially in IT and financial services, employment opportunities have become the source of our policies. Our economic
policies have also led to higher education and luxury lifestyle growth. It is true that the service sector has a large share of domestic production, but it has become an obstacle to the growth of agriculture manufacturing sectors. With this IIT students are less likely to get a chance. As a result of the long-term stalemate in agriculture and manufacturing sector, IIT students have become more and more job opportunities for job opportunities. In the field of services in the field of higher salaries, students have been abandoning key engineering and focusing on IT Engineering. IIT graduates also concentrated on the services sector. IIT education has begun when students begin to learn to pursue a field and learn what education jobs are needed to get the job done in the field. The media campaigns and social pressures of IT educational institutions have also been added. The Ministry of Human Resources recently decided to increase tuition fees for IIT students by slashing expectations for IIT academic institutions. Rs. From Rs 90 thousand The center has raised the fee for 2 lakh. It is wrong to say that society is more and more of a division of communities, sexes, and gender differences. In 2011, the UPA government ignored the recommendation of the Anil Kakodkar Committee fees. The UPA government has stated that many of the prospects of IIT education have been damaged by raising fees. The government also hoped that the decision would distance the students from the weak classes in the community. Today's government lacks. Now the BJP government has embarked on rising fees and strengthening education. The decision was made to facilitate the introduction of foreign universities into the country.

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