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is the rampant growth of business schools in india a boon or bane

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 3/11/2008 Category: Education
Updated: 9 years ago Status: Voting Period
Viewed: 948 times Debate No: 3184
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4sam4

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many colleges r offering various business courses, or r planning to. reason, the demand for such courses is very high as it helped in getting a lucrative job with high perks very easily,and may be a job even before the completion of the course. thus this trend has shown the highway 2 earn money for various educational institutes. they r providing this degrees with or without any recognized technical approvals, with or without meeting the desired standards as specified by the recognized technical body. thus in present scenario it is less a boon but more a bane
rnsweetheart

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More boon than bane actuallly because people are still learning things and getting something out of it. I want people to vote for me because I got this debate off the site.
Debate Round No. 1
4sam4

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rnsweetheart

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Debate Round No. 2
4sam4

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i would like to tell u with this so called boon colleges have just found a new business to book their profits. i would also like to bring in your notice that a survey in Wallstreet journal clearly showed that less than 60% of b-schools in India r not technically (A.I.C.T.E) approved. And out of approved ones more than 70% does not fulfill the AICTE norms like 7 permanent faculties etc. Adding more to this a B-school which was AICTE approved was found to be run from a local house in Delhi(report published in hindustan times and other newspapers in the year 2007). This clearly shows that colleges don't have proper tools to teach than hw can you say that students are getting educated and learned. it is just a prank with their lives. Students r willing to pay just bcoz they are gone crazy about courses like MBA,PGDBM,BBA etc. as they generally belive that these courses can fetch them a lucrative job,with a high salary and perks and a job even before the completion of the course. But these r just half truth and white lies. colleges advertises about the things what they are not like 100% placement, foreign tours, free laptops etc.. and for all this lies colleges r charging huge money. And this is not only causing financial burdens as well as mental dis balance of the people. and i don't know hw can such colleges and such people will be productive . so now also would u like to call it as a boon. May be but i would definitely like to call it as a bane.............
signing out .... @ sandeep srivastav (MBA IIsem, SVIM, INDORE)
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Posted by KarlMarKard 9 years ago
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I'll debate you if you explain what technical approvals are needed or what the "technical body" is.
Posted by 4sam4 9 years ago
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help me finding a solution
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