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Here’s a new kind of MBA for those aspiring to populist politics


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Oct 10, 2011
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I loved Ramesh Srivats’s piece (The ‘Er...’ In Leader). I’d have applied to the school, except I don’t have a fancy surname!

A.P. Sinha, Gurgaon

The project ‘How to transport three truckloads of alcoholic beverages to voters, and four truckloads of voters to a rally, within six hours, given only two trucks’ is fantastic. Hopefully, sending two truckloads of fully drunk voters in two trips to the rally would suffice.

R. Kelkar, Nagpur

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Sep 17, 2011
04:06 PM

"The entire area is a hi-security zone punctuated by numerous metal detectors, but students are trained to bypass them."
|| ROFL Spot on Sir.. We expect many more of such columns. Keep writing. (Don't read it as Keep walking ;) Thank you.

Aaquib Naved
Mumbai, India
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Sep 17, 2011
04:40 PM

 I am sure the editor will feature many such columns from Mr Ramesh Srivats in the news magazine of the Raheja group.

Arun Kumar
Lucknow, India
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Sep 17, 2011
05:33 PM

Love it! Would have applied to the school - except I do not have a illustrious surname! I hope recommendations from Ramesh will work in this school.

AP Sinha
Gurgaon, India
4/D-65
Sep 18, 2011
02:00 PM

very pun-gent take.. and Sir Cawry can sell everything "cowrie/cowry ke mol"...

Harsh Rai Puri
Bhopal, India
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Sep 21, 2011
01:55 PM

The logistics assignment  (How to transport three truckloads of alcoholic beverages to voters, and four truckloads of voters to a rally, within six hours, given only two trucks) is truly impressive. There is a discipline called Operations Research which can utilize this in class rooms.

My favourite sentence- understand the correlation between the fall of the Rupee and the rise of the Anna. Close second - Any student who misses out on these is taken in by the Communist Party because they believe in people who are left.

Tearful Onion
Jhumri Talaiyya, India
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Sep 22, 2011
07:36 PM

The project “How to transport three truckloads of alcoholic beverages to voters, and four truckloads of voters to a rally, within six hours, given only two trucks.” is the ultimate one.

The answer should equally funny: send 2 truckloads of fully drunk voters in 2 trips to the rally

R. KELKAR
nagpur, india
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