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|Shaik Inthiyaz said: (Dec 23, 2016)|
|Govt. shouldn't subsidised management studies, if it is given, then it should conduct a test for the students.
It should look background of students not only marks but economic status.
Real and true beneficiaries should be identified by this way.
|Sanjay Kumar Yadav said: (Sep 23, 2016)|
|Hi, everyone. I agree to the fact that management education should be given a subsidy because there are many talented students who can not do management studies because of lack of money in spite of having good talents they thrive in studying in good management institutions. So the student should be given subsidy not in terms of factors like caste and religion but in terms of merit and talent of the student.|
|Anand Gupta said: (Jul 27, 2016)|
|Hello everyone, management education should be subsidized on the basis merit list as well as it also has a criteria which includes the family income of the student. Because there are many students who belong to middle class and poor family. Their children have talent buy the parents don't have money to pay the fees for their higher education in the institute.
If we include both the option for giving subsidy to the students then the management seats are occupied by the talented people.
|Shivam said: (Jul 19, 2016)|
I would like to say that the management education should be subsidized because there are many students who never get the chance to study due to the high fee structure but on the other hand it should be done properly as - exam should be conducted for entrance and the students who qualify the exam and belong to poor family should be grant subsidy.
|Ganesh said: (Jul 14, 2016)|
|Hello, friends, there is a problem relay over the topic.
The words "management education" states two things here, one is private joining of institution apart from attending counselling and the another is management courses (Education).
So first of all conclude what it really states.
|Samara said: (Jun 17, 2016)|
|Management education should be subsidized. The fees of top B-schools range from 30-40K. It becomes difficult for the student to directly apply for management studies after graduation. Many are forced to take hefty educational loans from the bank. Although placements are guaranteed in Top B-schools but the first 2 years of their earning goes to pay back the loan.|
|Jitz said: (Sep 11, 2014)|
|Hello everyone ! management education has different perspective too. Students are inclined towards MBA's just because of placement figures. Students are interested to pursue management education for hefty pay package. So according to me, unless and until a student has a passion for a particular educational course, he should not go for it. As far as subsidizing is concerned, management education need not be subsidized. As such flexible loans are available, there is no need for subsidy as it will just incur a cost on government expenditure. Subsidies are given on essential facilities, and according to me MBA is not only way to build your career. Thank you.|
|Abdul Ahad said: (Aug 27, 2014)|
|In my opinion management education should not be subsidized. Because a idiot student who is belongs to rich family can get any big institution by shelling money. But a poor student who can get this institution by work day and night. So whats difference between two if any one enter by subsidy?
So its better to only marks&admission test he should get in to particular institute.
|Shubhra said: (Apr 15, 2014)|
|Hello everyone I like to be little diplomatic regarding this point here people are saying subsidised education should be given to those who are meritorious and not financially uplifted and people who are rich gets easy admissions through management quota I simply want to ask in this whole process where that students lie that are average that do not fall under the merit list but they are not that poor also in their academics and one more point I want to say is most of the families in our country are middle class so what those students do who are average and belongs to middle class background.
There should be criteria, merit list should be made but in that merit list the average deserving candidate needs to lie and there should be fees relaxation according to the income of family.
|Laxmi said: (Apr 10, 2014)|
|Hello friends, I feel that management education must be subsidized because if we look at the present scenario there are most of the people who are talented enough but unable to pursue higher education since money falls as a constraint. I strongly believe that educational institution must considered such candidates by subsidizing or providing them financial support which will help them to improve their career to face all the challenge of the world.|
|Bala said: (Jan 31, 2014)|
|Management education should be subsidized because in India there are lot of students with all talents but they don't have money to enter in a higher institution the institution should help those people to get participated in developing economical status of our country.|
|Sandy said: (Dec 30, 2013)|
|Hello Everyone! I would like to put some light on this topic. I think yes the management studies should be subsidized, but in a more organised manner or rather with respect to the merit, Not to all the students, what I mean is a kind of a barometer or a merit limit has to be set by the institutions, so that the meritorious students who successfully falls under that coveted merit limit should be eligible for the subsidized tuition fees. And the rest who does not fall under the merit limit can study but should not get subsidized fees. This method might provide both transparency and credibility of a particular institutional body.|
|Zaheer said: (Dec 17, 2013)|
|I think that Management education should be really subsidized because Subsidizing them is nothing but helping the people who are pursuing management courses financially. Also during the process of subsidizing the criteria should be merely based on the talent, subject and other traits the person is showcasing.|
|Renjini R Nair said: (Feb 17, 2013)|
|Hai friends. According to me, management education should not be subsidized, because any one can get an admission in any institution but we cannot assure that they all are enough talented. So merit should be the criteria for getting admission in the right institution.|
|Srujan said: (Jan 8, 2013)|
The topic in which the discussion is going has vast depth and many related issues. Subsidizing the management will lead to good impact for the poor. This is what the govt even had implemented. At the same time the universities have increased the number of seats to fill their pockets, which led to the dilution of the value of the course. Who ever has passed a degree are opting for a Masters in business administration for the sake of having degree, irrespective of their technical background which is resulting in producing MBA with empty brains. This not we want with the system of providing Subsidized management education. The value for an MBA graduate is lost. Once upon a time all the companies are very keen in taking an MBA into their organization. But now a days the scenario is totally different. An MBA graduate is working for 5000/month. Is this the result of subsidized education. Why do we want a system which dilute the value of a course. There should be any other alternative in spite of providing education in subsidy.
|Sanjay Gupta said: (Jan 1, 2013)|
|Hi friends !
I think in management, medical and engineering subsidies should be given to the all poor students who wants to study those course!
We should not create difference on the basis of merit or demerit.
Because even an mediocre student have dreams which can be achieved by them!
|Rishi said: (Oct 14, 2012)|
|I think management education should be subsidized. There are lot of deserving candidates who cannot fulfill their dreams of pursuing management education because due to lack of money and opportunity. Money is the only factor which kills their ambition and dream. They should be given scholarships or subsidy based on their merit only not because of their caste, for which a lot students are already suffering. All the students should be given equal chance of showing their talent who cannot afford high admission fees but this should be only given in terms merit and talent.|
|Rupali said: (May 21, 2012)|
|Hi, friends, its true that all are not financially strong so that they could afford good institute, as the fee structure does not allow them to do so, students should be selected according to their merit and talent, and merit student should be given concession, which will increase the competitive spirit. So in my view subsidy should be provided on their merit and talent basis so that a deserving candidate be the right choice of the institute.|
|Latika Sehji said: (May 17, 2012)|
|Hi friends, according to me Merit should be the criteria for getting the management education rather than by granting any kind of subsidy. Intellect of an individual cannot be compared and measured in terms of money.|
|Soumya said: (Mar 30, 2012)|
|Hello friends I am agree with all of tour view but I want to add some little point on it.
As all of you know that most of the people in India is below the poverty line and they can't afford so it should be subsidized and find out some new policy for better education in India. India has many student who are highly talented but due to financial problem they are unable to get a seat.
|Shobhit said: (Nov 26, 2011)|
|Hi friends, according to me the management education should be subsidized because it is very costly for those who haven't money they can't afford. Every institute which have management courses has high fee students who want to do management related courses are not able to afford and those have money or sources get admission which is prevailing in India. I am supported that this based on marks or marit basis.|
|Nkk said: (Feb 20, 2011)|
|Hello friends, I would like to kick start the topic.
I would like to say that , management education should not be subsidized.
Even a idiot can get into any big institute by shelling out money.
Few people work day and night to get into top institutes and whats the difference between the two if one enters by subsidy?
I feel that only according to his marks, he should get into a particular institute.
Should Management Education be subsidized?
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