A word of advice from my best friend:
Statutory Warning : agar tune mere liye ladki dekhe bager shaadi ki to teri bivi ko hi line maarunga!!
Typos are very important to all written form. It gives the reader something to look for so they aren’t distracted by the total lack of content in your writing.
– Randy K. Milholland
Advertising may be described as the science of arresting human intelligence long enough to get money from it.
– Stephen Leacock
The scientist in India are plain stupid, but also lie and mislead. Thousands of crores are spend each year to fund their crazy research, yet their yeild is zero.
Tell me the last technology, invention, product we developed. ( I am not talking about opening 2000 year old Veda and listing out its achievements)
We tried building cryogenic engine (30 year old technology) it still has its problems.
gas turbine engine ( 60 year old technology) still no success.
tank (WW1 technology)… all we are able to create is something which cannot tolerate water logging of Kutch. will freeze/turn brittle in the snow of north, whose rubber parts will melt in deserts of Rajasthan.
The only success story of Indian scientist is reverse engineering. They reverse engineered Tetra-Pack packaging to create a ready-to-eat food products. etc.
This can be excused, but telling lies and misinformation can never be.
India has absolutely no Uranium. The Jhankand mines are almost depleted and the protests by tribals has made it impossible to mine it. The condition was so bad that 6 months ago, the moment the first draft of the Nuclear deal was signed, we had to clandestinely impost huge quantities from Russia just to prevent out existing plants from shutting down. But no scientist will ever mention about it in his protests against the deal. If this deal does not happen what are you guys going to do?
India imports most of the good quality coal. Yet you fill all the text books saying we have the largest reserves of coal.
India (Kerela) has huge reserves of Thorium. But Scientists are too incompetent to use it viably.
Oil prices are rising, coal produces too much smoke, we are not being able to import gas…… how do you think we are going to produce electricity???
If you oppose an Idea, suggest an alternative plan…. Else keep your mouth shut.
I have always tried to write about deficiencies in our education system
choice and passion
pre-british education system
But now i feel that it should be entirely scrapped and rebuilt. That is the only way we can modernize it and align it with the requirements of the present day India.
Firstly, policy makers are Babu’s who have never stepped outside their office. Hence they do not know what the world is. They just think of churning out more clones of themselves as the way to educate India. They always talk about opening a 100 more IIM, IIT etc. But is it what India needs?
1) IIT typically cost government 600 million each year to maintain and yet 90% of the students either move abroad or join IT industry (and hence unlearn what was taught to them)
2) A typical IIM graduate is like an IAS for the private sector. He thinks the world owes them a living. They will not work in traditional industries, sales or marketing jobs or production jobs which MBA is all about. Instead they will always long to migrate or look for a number crunching desk job at an I-bank on wall street. I can never understand in what world is tracking stock Indices requires an MBA skills.
Vocational studies. Unfortunately we are so much engrossed in churning out bots for Call centers and IT/ITES industry that we forget to have a cadre of skilled labor. In India getting a simple crane operator is almost an impossible job. You need to pay him 15k + overtime still you will be lucky to get an applicant.
The Policy Makers Babu do not see their kids attending so they never concentrate on them. Unless a company has its own training program, it is almost impossible to get a experienced factory worker. Probably that is the reason why manufacturing sector is lagging.
I was looking at an ITI syllabus.
All cast iron furnaces have been closed 30 years ago. yet a large part of the curriculum deals with it Why?
Composites/ plastics/ handling CNC and automatic machines is never even mentioned.
IT/Software will not fuel the growth for long. For a country to have a perpetual growth all areas need to be focussed.
Open up a 100 more schools to train factory workers and machine operators….. and not a call center operators.