India cannot achieve its real potential unless we have large numbers of people at the highest level of research in the universities.”

Mr. Karnik regularly talks about such issues and writes articles with flashy titles. However if you really look into the article, you barely find anything new. For.e.g. this article is a listing of issues and possible cliche and incomplete answers to problems. However he does make a couple of good points. One is given above in italics and second is about pulling crowd to Nasscom’s HR meet in Chennai.

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