My India

India
March 25, 2011 5:22am CST
Most 'First Class' students get technical seats, some become Doctors and some Engineers, some of the 'Second Class’ take admission in ‘Master in Business Administration, and pass MBA, become Administrators of many concerns; they control those ‘First Class'. Some go for IAS, IPS, IFS examination, they run the administration. The 'Third Class' pass, have no job; they enter politics and become Ministers, the best choice because they get very high salary, perks, even pension after remaining in power for just five years; they control the doctors, engineers and administrators. But the failed ones, join the underground world of mafias and control all the above. [b]What is the situation in your place? Please responses clean and friendly, we are not here to fight. Please share your opinion.[/b] Professor ‘Bhuwan’. . Cheers have a lucky day ahead.
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@Sreekala (24341)
• India
26 Mar 11
Hello sir, I can’t agree with you sir, as you mentioned that the ‘failed people’ (who failed on academically) joins mafia. The brilliant people also join with terrorist groups. There is nothing to do with education there, as failed people are failing only on studies; there are plenty of opportunities for them in other sectors. Those who join as a terrorist may have different background, like nobody there to care, lack of guidance, some wanted to be rich in quick way etc.
• India
26 Mar 11
Hi Sreekalni I am happy to see your response, i agree what you speak about terrorists.. Thanks for sharing your opinion Cheers. God bless you, have a nice day ahead. Professor ‘Bhuwan’. .
• Janesville, Wisconsin
26 Mar 11
I am a minister, and I earn no money at all for what I do.. we have the middle class is normal working citizens. lower class is poor.. and upper class is all the rich people.. the middle class is slowly fading away as they keep making things stricter law wise taxing us doing away with the middle class.. cutting taxes to the rich and raising them on the middle class.. and poor is becoming harder and harder for them to get help..
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• India
26 Mar 11
It is the middle class that suffers friend, glad to you are minister.. Thanks for telling Cheers. God bless you, have a nice day ahead. Professor ‘Bhuwan’. .
@2004cqui (2823)
• United States
25 Mar 11
Wow! This was the trend I noticed back when I had to consider college myself! My parents wanted me to go into medicine, I found that bankers make more money. I finally won. My friends make less money than I do, have terrible hours, have an unbelievable tolerance for blood and an unpleasant working atmosphere. It appears we have an upside down income pyramid. It appears there are no geographical boundaries when it comes to the value of an occupation and the income it generates. I recently switched fields to marketing. More income can be made by planning and managing a marketing project than actually being able to do the job. Even though more talent is required to actually do the project, being the administrator of it pays more!
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• India
26 Mar 11
Glad to know you switced to marketing.. Thanks for sharing Cheers. God bless you, have a nice day ahead. Professor ‘Bhuwan’. .
@thesids (22351)
• Bhubaneswar, India
25 Mar 11
Sir, As per the current scenario of education and the competition and also something to do with the trends this seems so very correct. But I would differ in the last one - those who fail as students - all do not take up the underworld. The reason for this classification however rests in the mentality or attitudes - Say for example, I were an Engineering student where my parents spent lakhs of rupees and I could not succeed in getting a dream job (or even a decent job) I would not try to drive an auto rickshaw - because the society would say - "oh so your son is now an auto rickshaw driver after studying Engineering" - In India we are yet to realize the dignity of labor and as long as we dont relaize it on a mass scale there are quite high chances of remaining unemployed, and often taking to the other (unsocial stuff). For me, I was an arts graduate, never wanted to make it to politics or even the high paying jobs, I always wanted to be a good person. So when the opportunity came, I opted the job of a Trainer and am quite happy that I did my role as someone who helped a few students get to great future in computers. I still miss having a technical degree as that would have helped me to stay with better colleges but today, as I am home stuck, I am happy that I would never have been using that degree.
• India
26 Mar 11
Hi sids I agree here there is no dignity of labor Second any job is good if we earn money by decent means Thanks for detailed response Cheers. God bless you, have a nice day ahead. Professor ‘Bhuwan’. .
@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
3 Apr 11
hi professor, i have found my bully classmates of high school now as policemen, firemen and guards of politicians. yes true! they earn good. most of the medalist have graduated in commerce major in accounting and engineering. two i know of came back from libya because of the war going there. now they are jobless. getting a job i guess is just technique. its how you handle things. but of course, professionals have a much higher chance. have a great day. ann
@JenInTN (27564)
• United States
27 Mar 11
Are the classes based on grades or something else? I can answer you better how things are here in comparison if I know that.