Study in India

From the Outset of Independence, India has looked quite positive on making it a developed nation. Back then, the industrial and all the other commercial progress remained pretty low. Education seemed to fill in the gaps, taking India to a higher level of employment and also adding a crescendo to the... View More

0 246 Views | Posted 2011-10-08 11:31:33
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    Arvind Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-09 20:38:35
    Students nowadays are inclined to pursue "Higher" studies abroad.However, the reason for this mainly is to earn more and more money.An d this can be done outside India only.There is no moral responsibility left to return back to the country which enabled them eligible to study abroad. The ideal action would have been to come back armed with higher education, bear all the strains this country gives, and tr y to start contributing to the development of this country.

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