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IIM autonomy row unnecessary. 1-year degrees are standard courses, UGC needs to catch up

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The tension between the government and IIMs over the autonomy of the latter is unwarranted. IIMs are fine institutions and have earned their independence with great difficulty. They have a reputation to safeguard. One-year degrees are standard courses in many reputed global colleges. It’s UGC that needs to catch up

NRC affidavit in HC reeks of politics ahead of polls. Revisiting NRC will reopen more wounds

NRC Coordinator Hitesh Dev Sarma’s affidavit in Gauhati High Court with 4,795 “ineligible” names, which he himself says isn’t final, smacks of politics ahead of assembly polls. The NRC list of 31 August 2019 was final, Supreme Court said. Revisiting it now will cause unnecessary chaos and reopen more wounds.

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  1. The Economist recently did a story regarding India and Modi. It’s an influential and reputed publication and it would be pertinent for The Print to share with its readers the details on what The Economist had to say and their own take on the matter. Looking forward to this news and opinion piece.

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