Should Management Education be subsidized?

Should Management Education be subsidized?

Should Management Education be subsidized?:

Hello everyone ! management education has different perspective too. Students are inclined towards MBA’s just because of placement figures. Students are interested to pursue management education for hefty pay package. So according to me, unless and until a student has a passion for a particular educational course, he should not go for it. As far as subsidizing is concerned, management education need not be subsidized. As such flexible loans are available, there is no need for subsidy as it will just incur a cost on government expenditure. Subsidies are given on essential facilities, and according to me MBA is not only way to build your career. Thank you.

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Hello everyone I like to be little diplomatic regarding this point here people are saying subsidised education should be given to those who are meritorious and not financially uplifted and people who are rich gets easy admissions through management quota I simply want to ask in this whole process where that students lie that are average that do not fall under the merit list but they are not that poor also in their academics and one more point I want to say is most of the families in our country are middle class so what those students do who are average and belongs to middle class background.

There should be criteria, merit list should be made but in that merit list the average deserving candidate needs to lie and there should be fees relaxation according to the income of family.

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Hello Everyone! I would like to put some light on this topic. I think yes the management studies should be subsidized, but in a more organised manner or rather with respect to the merit, Not to all the students, what I mean is a kind of a barometer or a merit limit has to be set by the institutions, so that the meritorious students who successfully falls under that coveted merit limit should be eligible for the subsidized tuition fees. And the rest who does not fall under the merit limit can study but should not get subsidized fees. This method might provide both transparency and credibility of a particular institutional body.