Competition for university study is becoming increasingly strong. Why are universities becoming more competitive? Is this a positive or negative development?
In the contemporary world, the pupil had enormous chances to learn as per their desired subject online and offline from numerous educational institutions. They played a vital role in supporting students in getting their electives, which will help them reach a better level in their lives. This situation has both merits as well as demerits but, definitely, the benefits overweigh the drawbacks.
To begin with, rather than any other educational system, universities had provided highly rated and qualified faculties interacting with the students. Their years of experience delivers outstanding knowledge in the relevant fields. In addition to this, for both practical and theoretical learning, upgraded systems are providing to the students. For example, faculties for IIM, JNU, IIT’s required a doctorate and more than fifteen years of experience for the particular streams.
Furthermore, these universities create a chance to interact with leading business tycoons, politicians, and prime members of particular countries. The faculties also literally believe that it is a lifetime opportunity to assist the same universities—for example, our Prime Minister and the President MR. Warren Buffet and Mr Bilgates were visiting faculties in our reputed universities.
Moreover, once they complete the degrees from the universities, the future is stable and concreated because the previous educational history was rock solid and highly competitive for them.
On the other hand, the first and foremost thing is academic expense is huge compare with any other institution. In addition, there was an awful comparison between these two groups. Secondly, competition for university pass-out professionals may cause brain-drain.
In conclusion, in this competitive world, professionalism is highly targetable, and for this, universities help their students to achieve the same.
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