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My critiques says "I tend to believe everything I come across without observing the hidden facts behind it" 

To them I reply "Things about which I use to talk about are now appearing real in the fraternity of policy makers. This alone makes me believe that destiny is near and we are in right direction!"

Yesterday, with National Entrepreneur Network (NEN) I visualized that policy makers are now serious about transforming the outlook of Indian education from 'Job Seekers Centric' to 'Job Creators Centric' 

Even Sir Narayan Murthy explained that making mega corporations to create jobs of high disposable income will only solve the problem of Indian Civic system. i.e. an India free of terrorism, corruption and feudal mentality. If the upcoming youth of India gets a job where he/she can earn sufficiently to pay off his obligations towards his/her society vis-avis enjoys his youthfulness from the same income he gets from a job... He/she will never get persuaded by any extremist. Without young contributors ay extremist organization will not be able to survive... be it Hindu Saffron Terror, Maoists Terror, Jihad or Tamil or any such outfits for that matter. 

Problem of India

This is not a news to relax upon! we should not think that somebody will create mega-corporations and we will get job in that corporation and so will never think of becoming terrorists. We should swallow the bitter pill that 72% of population which lives in rural India lacks the resources and skills to create corporations. out of available population to get graduate degree only 6% are gracefully graduate! i.e. we 6% are lying with this opportunity of creating jobs! 

Learning entrepreneurship is the only option. This will enable us to learn everything else which will be required to be a successful money making, interesting works enabled respectful profession.

Solution of India

Friends! It's a crime that we manage to celebrate Diwali when we are capable to make 100 household celebrate their Diwali by our efforts and wit. Think it over! Jai Hind


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