Letters | Oct 15, 2012
  • Business is a Caste By Itself
    Oct 15, 2012

    Don’t care which B-school you went to (For That Boy In The Suit, Oct 1). If you are wearing a three-piece suit in India’s climate, chances are you’re a moron.

    Asa Harkavy, Hissar

    India’s brightest choosing management courses over science is why we see no one creating any real value. If the best brains continue to prefer finance over engineering, all that’s left for future generations will be the fuzzy knowledge that their ancestors lived in a golden age.

    Sandilya, Chennai

    Your survey of management institutes would have been amusing had it not had the potential to misguide the thousands who seek admission into such institutes. Your ‘objective’ data is questionable as is your reliance on it.

    Dinesh Kumar, Chandigarh

    How about releasing a ‘special issue’ on ‘India’s Best Money Minting Schools’ given the ‘paisa do, admission lo’ trend?

    Rajneesh Batra, New Delhi

    I wonder why the Indian School of Business (ISB) did not make it to the list or why Hyderabad was not included in the list of metros.

    D.L. Narayan, Visakhapatnam

    Outlook-MDRA’s survey of the Top B-schools in India is now just a yearly ritual. There’s little change in either the list or the order. What’s the point?

    Keshav Kumar, Pune

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