1. Statement: Should all the colleges in India be allowed to devise their own curriculum and syllabus for the vocational courses promoting self-employment? Arguments: Yes. This is an important step to generate employment opportunities. No. This will affect the quality of education due to lack of uniformity in syllabus.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.29 am
    Clearly, colleges, if given a free hand, would through individual efforts come up with fresh, competent courses to draw in more students. This would open up new avenues for employment. So, argument I holds strong. In the light of this, argument II appears to be vague.
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