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Re: wrong talk!

Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
Dear Dr. Sablok,

I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the words you have put forward for
the students of VGSOM, IIT Kgp. Being an ex-student of the VGSOM and also
had the honour of studying under Prof Subroto Roy, who has helped me shape my
life to a very large extent, I am very grateful and ahonoured that an eminent
person like you has endorsed my B-School.

Thanking you once again,

Abhimanyu Chatterjee

"Dr. Sanjeev Sabhlok" wrote:

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> Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
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> Charu,
> At the VGSOM, IIT, Kharagpur, I spoke on a bunch of issues, apart from this
> thing of transparency. This current talk (formal) was at Shillong last week.
> My quick assessment: Your alma-mater is dying. The MBA students at VGSOM,
> e.g., are good, but they are facing the consequences of the decadence of
> West Bengal. While MBA schools across India are getting so many offers that
> top ranking companies are going without getting any recruits, this one is
> suffering from a shortage of offers.
> IIT KGP may no longer be 'the best and brightest.' IIT Kharagpur degrees
> are now devalued across the world in comparison with other IITs, and would
> soon reach the level of a local degree college, if the rot is not arrested.
> BTW (please don't spread this secret!) W.Bengal is the most amazing
> society. If ever there was true de-industrialization in the world, that
> must have been in W.Bengal. Marxists have achieved the remarkable wonder of
> destroying the most sophisticated state of India. The entire state is
> practically a pot-holed ruin now.
> With brilliant folks like Subroto Roy residing in their state, they manage
> this dismal performance by relying on some ancient dogma!
> At 05:13 AM 03/03/2000 -0800, Charu wrote:
> >very curious about what kind of response you got from the
> >audience [supposedly the young, best and brightest] of my
> >former alma mater?
> >
> >-charu
> >
> >Sanjeev Sabhlok wrote:
> >B) The draft of my talk is below. Quick feedback will be appreciated.
> >
> >
> >>
> >> Dr. Sanjeev Sabhlok, 2.3.2000
> >
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