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  1. 1. 3 Responses to "Illegal Bangladeshi immigrants inIndia…"Mangesh chakole Rating:said this on 02 Sep 2010 8:22:11 AM CDTthe topic is very excellent ...we need to discuss this topic ..because its a global topic ...as aindian citizen we need to look into it ...the government should take the strict action regardingthe bang immigrants...because its afterall about the distructing the integrity of our nation..andif we dont get worry about such situations then the time will not be away when there are thechances that we could loose our independence because we are already suffering a lot due tothe terrorist acts and if this devils get assosiate with each other then there can be a greatestthreat to our nation.(Reply to this comment)Mangesh Chakole Rating:said this on 02 Sep 2010 8:28:45 AM CDTthe very important thing is that the gov should try to improve the relationship with the bangbecause if we want to go global and if we think regarding the globalization then it is must totake the other countries along with u and u should try best to improve the relations with theneibouring country as we have always been trying to do with the pak..but if the matter is notin hand then the strict measures are need to be taken because nowadays the the bangactivities are increasing ....(Reply to this comment) deepa Rating: said this on 09 Dec 2011 1:56:07 PM CDT I liked the content on this site. Would like to visit again. Visit shilpbazaar dot com (Reply to this comment)Excellent topic to discuss.(Reply to this comment)NINNU Rating:said this on 15 Jan 2010 1:00:46 PM CDTWe cant say womens r better managers bt we can say womens r more successfulmanagers.From their childhood,they are teached to manage small-small things 4m theirwadrobes to kitchen to organisations.Management lies in the blood of womens,thus they canmanage better than a men.4 a men,its a duty n responsibility to get succed n to get fame-name-money,bt 4 a women it is a part of life.(Reply to this comment) UTSAV Rating: said this on 25 Aug 2010 10:37:40 PM CDT I do not agree with ninnu. women cannot become good manager,BZ they are very emotional. and manager requires must be control its emotions i.e becomes emotional inteligent; and this qualitiy have in men only. so, men can do that do not can do by women; BZ there are lot of difference between manage family and manage company. (Reply to this comment)
  2. 2. soniya Rating: said this on 29 Aug 2010 1:57:26 PM CDT i m totally disagree with utsav for example soniya gandhi who is managing our country not imotionlly she has a power n skills no doubt women managers can be better managers (Reply to this comment) snigdha Rating: said this on 01 Sep 2010 5:52:22 PM CDT Women as a manager are much more successful and better than man.There is a long list of women who hav set flags in d area of managing.Reason women are laborious,serious toward their goals.As far as emotions is concerned there exist no human in d world who hav no emotions, and If there exist such living beings den they are animals.Even animals too hav emotions.Managing skills require prpper blending of all d qualities and emotion is one of its ingrediant Managing is all about d proper utlilization of resources. and If u know dat U r gud manager.Women are much skilled in managing ,they think from all d angles,they are sincere ,serious . (Reply to this comment)surendra kumar rakse Rating:said this on 17 Jan 2010 4:52:04 PM CDTthis is absolutely rediculus, this is not truth, i accept that in comparision to men, most of thewomen are sincere but only in quantity, i.e. in large number, you see that in iims and iitsmost of the seats are filled by men, thats why men are more intellegent than women, in termof management still women are behind, women can only be a good manager, when she is agood human being, not jeleous of men, because I saw that women when gets a position, shemissuse it, she just think that, in this male schavenist country, she got a way to make men alooser.(Reply to this comment) ANURAG Rating: said this on 03 Feb 2010 10:40:26 AM CDT yes its true they feel jealous but it not only found in women it can be found even inside men. I agree to some extent wat you said but i think NINNU had thrown the light on chracteristics found in INDIA thus women from similar culture are said to be born managers. Now if we talk about Corporate world they are getting jobs on basis of looks as well as there management as they can easily solve conflicts as compared to men. Lady bridge in conflicts make conflicts solve easier thus reduces complexity. Even for managing tasks which requires less intelligency they are ahead of us.So wat you said of jealousy is not excepted. (Reply to this comment) dipti Rating: said this on 05 Feb 2010 8:20:06 PM CDT pathetic response.first of all, its scientifically proven that men n women have equal brains.infact women have 6th sense n have an edge over men.management means art of managing people & women are well equipped with this art.secondly, mens level of jealously goes upto killing his enemy.you are diverging frm the topic. (Reply to this comment)
  3. 3. deepak kuntal Rating:said this on 24 Mar 2012 8:30:12 AM CDTi liked your reply dipti,what do u do and where do u live?(Reply to this comment)midi Rating:said this on 07 Feb 2010 9:27:52 PM CDTthere is always the hand of a woman behind the success a man .and women are moreresponsible and have managerial capability than men .they never misuse their positionu can see the example of our president mrs.pritiba patil ,Indra Gandhi they alwysthought aboutthe development of our country. the development of india dont depend ononly men. If both work together and give their best then our india will be on the highestpeak of the growth(Reply to this comment)sakshi Rating:said this on 02 Mar 2011 11:46:26 PM CDTur comment in itself shows that how much jealous u r with girls progress...because ofpeople like women are still lagging behind in some fields..otherwise if given chancewomen can beat men in seconds....And iims and iits are the only place to judge menssuperiority....and because u were jealous of the women u saw going above ur level so uthought that she is jealous and trying to misuse her position but actually u r misusing urright of democracy by saying ill things abt her which is part of ur nature not her.....ihope u got it Mr Male chauvinist(Reply to this comment)sakshi Rating:said this on 02 Mar 2011 11:49:14 PM CDTur comment in itself shows that how much jealous u r with girls progress...because ofpeople like women are still lagging behind in some fields..otherwise if given chancewomen can beat men in seconds....And iims and iits are the only place to judge menssuperiority....and because u were jealous of the women u saw going above ur level so uthought that she is jealous and trying to misuse her position but actually u r misusing urright of democracy by saying ill things abt her which is part of ur nature not her.....ihope u got it Mr Male chauvinist(Reply to this comment)sakshi Rating:said this on 02 Mar 2011 11:53:56 PM CDTur comment in itself shows that how much jealous u r with girls progress...because ofpeople like U women are still lagging behind in some fields..otherwise if given chancewomen can beat men in seconds....And iims and iits are not the only place to judgemens superiority....and because u were jealous of the women u saw going above urlevel so u thought that she is jealous and trying to misuse her position but actually u rmisusing ur right of democracy by saying ill things abt her which is part of ur naturenot her.....i hope u got it Mr Male chauvinist(Surendar kumar)(Reply to this comment)Satyajit Rating:
  4. 4. said this on 20 Oct 2011 5:08:11 PM CDT wonderful view (Reply to this comment) surendra kumar rakse Rating: said this on 27 May 2012 10:09:57 PM CDT please ignore this para, thank you (Reply to this comment)Anu Rating:said this on 08 Mar 2010 10:24:27 PM CDTi agree to all the girls above. it is always said behind every successful man der is woman ,why do dey say dat , der must be some reason behind that phrase. men and women are equalin evry way . presently women are m0re hard working and successfullya said by midi.Earlier women were not given a chance to show their talent n now dey r .(Reply to this comment) Rasik Rating: said this on 27 Apr 2010 7:05:36 AM CDT Yeah i feel women could turn out to be better managers than men having given them chance to do so.....they could challenge us equally in every field.There are some mis- conceptions that we dot find much girls in mba colleges as compared to boys..the reason is they are encouraged to have early marriage which is more valid if we take the case of our country,india.And regarding your statement Anu "Behind every successful man there is women" i do not agree with this but yeah we could work together then we could do better as compared to doing it alone. (Reply to this comment)sudha Rating:said this on 12 Mar 2010 11:43:54 PM CDTi think surendra is not right,she has some personal renenge from womenn,nd the language isalso very abusive in respect to a women.(Reply to this comment)devendra Rating:said this on 19 Apr 2010 3:48:58 PM CDTI think skills and qualities are not respective to any sex.These are born as well asdeveloped.Therefore there is no need to quarrel on this topic. Both are excellent managers asit depends upon the person.(Reply to this comment)Midhun Rating:said this on 22 Apr 2010 2:53:35 PM CDTGuys, The topic is "Are women managers better managers…" and not "Are womenmanagers better managers THAN men…"(Reply to this comment)arun Rating:said this on 02 May 2010 10:07:24 AM CDTi do not agree this topic because women has not suitable for this job....besides man nd
  5. 5. women both r equal mind skills and other capablities..bt some work r only for specificgender.men already know that how to do work from other.women r only for clerical job notfor managing job..men r concious regarding his job..so we can say that managing job onlyfor mens not for womens(Reply to this comment) archana Rating: said this on 09 Jul 2010 2:14:30 PM CDT m not agree with aruns opinion because we hv seen so many examples of managing job that women r doing in our country like CEO indira nooyi ,kiran mazumdar shaw chairman & MD of biocon ltd, Ritu Kumar Fashion Designer.... etc etc all these women are leaders in their respective field.so making statement like "women r only for clerical job not for managing job" is ridiculous. (Reply to this comment)pradeep reddy Rating:said this on 05 May 2010 9:50:20 AM CDTthis thing called a job suitable for only a particular gender is not an existing thing in worldwell common man it is proved already that any job a man can do ,can be done by a womantoo and so come the woman manager so ,and only if the person has good leader ship qualities,a team player enough a woman can perfectly do it and we can see Chanda Kochar CEO ofICICI bank(Reply to this comment) golu Rating: said this on 19 Feb 2011 11:28:42 PM CDT hello frnz according to me women s good managers but cant say that better then men ok first of all we should have clear sight that managing in different field is different task if some people think that management in home is the only management then it is wrong i guess. although women are good in home coz there she have to manage her home only but one can easily think that a family without man suffers lots than a family without woman for managing household works women are good but for issues of outside home there need a man to solve them now in corporate world women are also doing good but as compare to men they have less guts coz the society is men society .and if we talk about fact and figures there is no need to compate that how big managers are men and how are women. and if somebody above saying that it is proved that women and men have same mine then it is not correct coz women are good scholars coz they have theoretical mind , they can cramp things easily but if we talk about practical mind or technical mind boys have more both cases have exceptions . so at last we can say that women are good managers and they are rising rapidly but we cant say that they are better than men managers (Reply to this comment)bhavitha Rating:said this on 13 Aug 2010 4:41:40 PM CDTWell this topic seems to be some what different because how come sincerity and successesdepend on a gender. Successes depends on person and his contribution to the work and theorganization it do sent depend whether a women or men leading the team i depends howgood a person is in extracting the work from his/her subordinates.(Reply to this comment)
  6. 6. Raviranjan kumar singh Rating:said this on 01 Sep 2010 9:53:26 PM CDTI think both contain the equal brain and no one can tale that who is excellent in the particularfield of management. Its a very fact that women to be much serious than men towards hergoal if she get the right opportunity but Its also the fact that men also contain an excellentbrain.. . it also depends upon the specific field of the management. both can do the best. italso depend upon the caliber and the smartness of mind . exception exist every were(Reply to this comment)Divya N. Rating:said this on 11 Oct 2010 11:14:44 PM CDTSkills do not depend upon gender. I hardly disagree with those stating that women can bebetter managers; or those stating the contrary. If one is dedicated towards his/her goals in lifethen there is nothing standing the way between that person and his/her goals. Reaching yourgoals is also a management in its own way. Women today are no far less off than men. IndraNooyi, CEO of Pepsico, Chanda Kochar, CEO of ICICI Bank - it clearly shows how goodwomen with men by their side.(Reply to this comment)Divya N. Rating:said this on 11 Oct 2010 11:14:45 PM CDTSkills do not depend upon gender. I hardly disagree with those stating that women can bebetter managers; or those stating the contrary. If one is dedicated towards his/her goals in lifethen there is nothing standing the way between that person and his/her goals. Reaching yourgoals is also a management in its own way. Women today are no far less off than men. IndraNooyi, CEO of Pepsico, Chanda Kochar, CEO of ICICI Bank - it clearly shows how goodwomen with men by their side.(Reply to this comment)sarah Rating:said this on 24 Jan 2011 7:50:55 PM CDTTHE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE RULES THE WORLD !(Reply to this comment) Raj Rating: said this on 11 Sep 2011 1:02:09 AM CDT I agree with ninnu that women are born manager and they have excellent skills to manage. i dont agree with utsav that women are very emotional and can bring problems on the contrary they get very rigid to do what must be done after they get a experience of in that field but one thing is sure that men are ahead of women in some ways that the women manager cannt handle the their female colleague as men can handle they get very easily jealous of there colleague. They also have a demerit especially in India that they have to carry household chores which leave them very less time in day to day activity which leave them with a few innovations in management unlike there other counterpart outside india. I believe if given equal oppertunity to women with men they certainly have a edge over meni feel that the issues regarding global warming are catching everyone eyes these days... sojobs like energy conservation measures are the ones to be looked out for(Reply to this comment)Raviranjan kumar singh Rating:
  7. 7. said this on 01 Sep 2010 10:01:45 PM CDTBpo/kpo will be the upcoming profession more than the other sectors because all categoriesare required for this if the common thing communication skill is good. we also know thatafter globalization due to bpo/kpo our economy condition and unemployment maintain morethan the previous season.(Reply to this comment)Pallavi Rating:said this on 01 Dec 2010 7:55:15 PM CDTI believe science research based profession and also legal based profession will be theupcoming professions as our country currently to go ahead need innovation and to protectthem we need the legalhelp in terms of Intellectual property rights .(Reply to this comment) Jaleel Hasfar Rating: said this on 06 Mar 2012 8:13:00 PM CDT Surely Science will not be. Contact me, If you will be in 2020. Thanks. +91-9003203040 (Reply to this comment) Sana Rating: said this on 24 Apr 2012 11:49:43 AM CDT How dare ull put ur mobile no. (Reply to this comment)Swayam Rating:said this on 17 Jan 2011 10:28:20 AM CDTI think things are changing day by day.software related jobs,jobs related with human life(asbiotech.,micrebio.,genetics etc) and the jobs which implements modern science(likenanotechnology,research in medicine etc.).but if we looks through previous decades wecould see the basic jobs like teaching, scientist, doctoring, engineering etc never faced asaturation.I think in future also these jobs will give us a better future.(Reply to this comment)siva Rating:said this on 20 Sep 2011 11:45:01 AM CDTsuperbbbbbbbb(Reply to this comment)Jaleel Hasfar Rating:said this on 06 Mar 2012 8:07:57 PM CDTAircraft, Civil, Electrical and Architectural will lead the world. I think those four disciplinesin Engineering will never get any upset in future. Source: Future Profession, Internet. Ph:+91-9003203040. Thanks All(Reply to this comment)dsw vouchers Rating:said this on 27 Jul 2012 4:13:03 PM CDTGreat site you have here but I was curious if you knew of any message boards that cover thesame topics discussed here? Id really love to be a part of online community where I can getopinions from other knowledgeable people that share the same interest. If you have any
  8. 8. recommendations, please let me know. Thanks!(Reply to this comment)reverse phone number Rating:said this on 29 Jul 2012 12:10:27 AM CDTThere are a few interesting points soon enough in this posting but I do not recognize if I seeall of themcenter to heart. There is some validity but Ill take hold opinion until I consider itfurther. Good writeup , thanks and then we want much more! Added to FeedBurner at thesame time(Reply to this comment)Do you think India is the biggest victim of Financial Crisis By Moderator .. Published 02/11/2010 National Group Discussion topics Rating:There are some arguments that India is not a victim of recession. These lines turned as illusionsaccording to United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) survey. Unitednations estimates that financial crisis hit India and make Indians lively hood worse.Spread The Word del.icio.us it Digg this Furl Reddit Yahoo! this! StumbleUpon Google Bookmarks Live Favorites Technorati15 Responses to "Do you think India is the biggest victimof Financial Crisis"zubi Rating:said this on 17 Feb 2010 9:35:48 PM CDTAccording to me india is not one amongst those countries which were severly affected by what wecall global recession , it offcourse has some effects but upto some extent , the main reason for this
  9. 9. is the policies which were done by the central government to handle such a pressure situation...(Reply to this comment) reghuramsreedharan Rating: said this on 25 Feb 2010 2:40:33 PM CDT according to my view i will not agree with th statement.i dont think that,our central govt seriously taken that as a danger and manmohans govt effectevely over come that situation (Reply to this comment)Monodeep Rating:said this on 15 Mar 2010 12:49:11 PM CDTaccording to my point of view indian govt shold think for the general and poor customer and as wellas middle level customer and handle the situation in such a way so that indian economy remainstronger and the price of daily use essential commoditis be in reach of general customer.(Reply to this comment)RIMIT Rating:said this on 08 Apr 2010 7:44:43 PM CDTexactly iam totaly agree govt shud think about the middle level at certain time here was somerecession,govt tried to tackle that but thier policies were not enough!!!(Reply to this comment) Surya Prakash Chaudhary Rating: said this on 01 Jun 2010 11:19:22 AM CDT up to a little extent am agree with you but i think that we common people are much responsible towards the government policies. if we dont waste our resourses with proper management then schenario would be different (Reply to this comment)
  10. 10. PARUL Rating:said this on 17 Apr 2010 3:56:55 PM CDTNOT EXACTLY , AS THIS GLOBAL RECUSSION HAS TREMENDIOUS IMPACT ON DEVELOPED COUNTRYALSO LIKE UNITED STATES .ALTHOUGH INDIA CAN NOT BE KEEP APART FROM THIS CRISES BUTCIRCUMSTANCES ARE NOT BEYONED CONTROL. GOVT HAS IMPLEMENTED REFORMS STRATEGIESTHAT HELPS TO TACKLE THE CONDITION TO SOME EXTENT. EVEN INDIA HAS PROVIDED RELIEF TODEVELOPED COUNTRY BY PROVIDINDG FUNDS TO WORLD BANK.(Reply to this comment)saranya natarajan Rating:said this on 03 Jun 2010 2:13:07 PM CDTas per my view in our country preference should be given to the poor pupil. even though the govtoffers many thing which ll be helpful to the poor but it doesnt reach the poor because of theirresponsible officials which makes the poor more poorer.(Reply to this comment)wert Rating:said this on 03 Jun 2010 2:17:28 PM CDTas per my view in our country preference should be given to the poor pupil. even though the govtoffers many thing which ll be helpful to the poor but it doesnt reach the poor because of theirresponsible officials which makes the poor more poorer.(Reply to this comment) Bandana Rating: said this on 09 Apr 2011 5:35:09 PM CDT Yes i am quite satisfy with you because every coin has two faces.Like as there is irresponsible officials activity but a part of that if some poor pupil got the benefits, they still want to sit and wait for the next helpful steps they dont want to grown up there situation so,i think both party should be responsible. (Reply to this comment)
  11. 11. shabnam Rating:said this on 01 Jul 2010 11:49:22 AM CDTyes exactly govt. has taken sevearl steps to overcome the situation n helpful hand to poor but itsnot reaching to them...govt should take care that there help must reach to poor(Reply to this comment) Richa Arora Rating: said this on 14 Aug 2010 12:53:21 PM CDT Inequalities of Income has religiously been a part of India. So the Global Recession has not hit India in that aspect as much as in other aspects. Because it originated in US the effects that have cascaded are more in terms of International Business getting affectewherein the outsourcedbusiness is being lost by India. Acc ording to me the worst hit is US not INDIA. (Reply to this comment)Sudha Rating:said this on 02 Sep 2010 7:58:16 PM CDTIts about how govt is handling the sitaution and how public is accepting it. But now a days nopolitician is bothered about people or country. And about recession - yes it affected india , cant sayif it was more or less. As many people from bpo were fired and were not getting any jobs.(Reply to this comment)sidhartha sankar parida Rating:said this on 05 Sep 2010 2:31:42 PM CDTin my point of view the main cause behind economic crisis is insincerity of workers,the selfishthinking of politicians and the misunderstanding between govt. and public.i agree with thestatement that india is suffering very much by crisis.because ,since it is not a highly developedcountry,and most of the Indian population depends upon govt and private services hence they getaffected during crisis.(Reply to this comment)kumarmanohar Rating:
  12. 12. said this on 07 Dec 2010 4:27:56 PM CDTya ,mainly in India IT Industries which are globalised and other just started growing for globalstandards have much impact of recession because people from India who recruited in USA hadfaced the recession effect and packed back to INDIA.so ,Manily IT Industries tasted deep the effectof recession(Reply to this comment)raj Rating:said this on 22 Nov 2011 6:13:43 AM CDTi agree that it industries are mainly affected by the recession. but india is able to save himself fromthe recession.Now india is able to help others country like USA to over come from the situation.india is still register growth in this critical situation. it is a strong point consider.Effect Of Western Culture On Indian Youth By Moderator .. Published 04/2/2006 GD TOPICS WITH ANSWERS Rating:” Effect Of Western Culture On Indian Youth "Replies:Posted By: pavani How there is head and tail for a coin, there is both positive and negative impact ofwestern culture on India and especially on Indian youth, In past in India men were our traditional dresses, but now it is entirely changed, nowthe Indian youth moving with jeans, t-shirts, minis, micros, etc., here we can proud of thatwestern culture, it bringing us with the fast moving world. But when we consider the pubs, it is the thing to be strictly punished. In pubs bothmen and women are in drastic stage, by taking drugs, it should be punished. And we need tofelt sorry for that. And there r many things to be taken from the western culture.Posted By: navedkhan05
  13. 13. THERE HAS BEEN AN ENORMOUS AMOUNT OF EFFECT OF WESTERNCULTURE ON US. IT CAN BE EASILY FELT BY THE FOOD, ATTIRE AND WAY OFLIVING OF CITIZENS.SPECIALLY ON DRESSES IT HAS MADE ADVERSE EFFECTS. SOIT IS NOT GOOD FOR OUR CULTURE.OUR YOUNG GIRLS ARE WEARING SKIRTS,MICROS, AND MINIS ETC. WHICH EXCITES THE BOYS LEADING TO SOME SERIOUSCRIMES SUCH AS RAPE ETC. BUT ON THE FLIPPER SIDE THE WAYS OF LIVING HASBEEN GREATLY ENHANCED WHICH IS GOOD FOR SUCCESS AND GROWTH OF THECOUNTRY AND HELPFUL FOR IT IN HEADING TOWARDS SUPER POWER AHEAD OFUSA. SO I FEEL THAT IT HAS BOTH GOOD AND BAD EFFECTSPosted By: ulty I Strongly believe that there is a substantial influence of western culture on Indianyouths. Mere mention of the word India signifies a place of cultural heritage as well asdiversity. But the cultural legacy that we are showing to the whole world is becoming a thingof history in metropolitan cities. On one side we enjoy our so-called rich culture and really admire it but on the otherside we find discotheques full of young guys and girls. Secondly, Joint family tradition; oneof the biggest assets of India is now vanishing under the shadow of the so-called westernculture. Nuclear families are taking place of many years old values. Youth of today is moreinterested in their privacy rather than enjoying their lives with others. Individualization hasbroken up the joint family system, paving way for the youth to fall prey to drug addiction.This stage is the most vulnerable period of life where the youth need guidance, counseling,education and care by parents. So how did we get part of their culture over here, you ask, their culture has becomeover popularized here, through electronic media that everyone wants to be just like them.Because of that India has lost her identity from all other countries. We’ve now become a copy– cat to all other nations and we may lose our individuality. The reason is because, we wantanother image, we don’t want to be the olden – day - traditional country, which still hasn’tbecome the so - called ‘modern’, even in the 21st century. We don’t want to look likeimposters to all other well – developed countries. If you have ever thought of that, erase thatthought because the image we’ve got planted in our minds is terribly wrong. India is not animposter to other nations, it never has been, but will if the people of today continue to doeverything they see on cable TV. India is an independent country now and has been for a while, with no suchproblems. The reason behind that is because our ancestors fought for us, so that we couldhave a future in our own way, not with any other way, which we are not used to. I’m notsaying that India should stop everything they’ve learnt from western countries, but to havesome individuality from other nations and to set an example to the other 3rd world countriesand give out the message that there are other nations to set an example on. So, for the people who fought for us, for India to keep her dignity and to be a leader toother countries, we the people of today must be our own country and not be some othercountry, which we’re not. Everyone is his or her own countryman - why can’t we be our ownas well?
  14. 14. Should the public sector be privatized? By Moderator . Published 03/24/2006 GD TOPICS WITH ANSWERS Rating:Should the public sector be privatized?Replies:Posted By: meenakshisekarYes of course privatization of public sectors leads to some healthy changes in an org. bswhen you take public sectors u can find some slackness (or a little bit) delay in their services.But in case of private since service is there first and foremost duty they act rapidly.Posted By: ssrkrajuHi All, Privatization of public sector. Lot depends of which sector we are talking about. Letme clarify few doubts in the primary stage. Can we expect all private hospitals in our cities inour town which do not have an entry for poor people, can we have only private sectortelephone companies, can we have private companies have complete control on oil reserves,can we have all transport be provided by private sector and RTC vanishes, can we expect anprivate sector to take care of our defense. In the same way we cant expect the government toset up an IT industry on its own, we cant expect them to handle all the load of flighttransport. My point over here is both are not mutually exclusive. We need to accept the factthat both are here to stay and we cannot make it without one. They do have their importanceand we need to deal this issue according to the context.There are some strategic sectors, which need to be under control of Indian government likeoil/gas sector. The subsidy we enjoy will be never provided by a private sector. Thegovernment in this case helps its citizens to a great extent and making them available to itscitizens. The ration card system is a great boon to the poor. Coming to some sectors like steeland mobile where both are present and a healthy competition among them always benefitsthe customers. It is also a point to be noted that Government itself cannot take the completeload just like it cant take the load of all flight customers where private sector is playing itshelping role. Then there is education sector, which also has good competition with CBSEmatching with any education system of either state syllabus or the schools coming up withtheir own syllabus. The public transport sector too is a mix of public and private and hereyou can see a striking difference. You can easily differentiate the profit motive of privatepersonal whose salaries depend on the profit to their owner. In autos you can see some 6-8people are dumped then starts the engine. I do accept that some services are best in privatesector as they fear their job loss and their owners do get the best out of them by making themto work more no. Of hours.
  15. 15. The lazy mindset of some public sector could be taken into account to convert it to a privatesector. I would like to suggest that counseling sessions for these to have a better future byworking for the organization would help it to grow better and be under the public sectorumbrella. We can take some examples by some of our previous strategies, which helped us torenovate dull companies, which lacked in performance. If a private individual is going to buythe company and could change its fortunes, why cant the public government do it? It can.Running away from a trouble is not a solution. Facing it head-on will produce better results.Posted By: mallika_pillai I totally agree with Mr.ssrkraju.... As he said it depends on which sector we are talkingabout. And both have a different importance of their own. Privatization has its own promsand public sector have their own. I think both needs to be there as far today’s development isconcerned. Taking the view it is right that the work at public sectors is not working the way itshould. But if everyone understands the responsibilities then it can also work the same wayas private sectors. Again I think for some sectors it is ok otherwise it should be done by therespected ones itself...POST YOUR VIEWS ON THIS TOPIC ......Spread The Word del.icio.us it Digg this Furl Reddit Yahoo! this! StumbleUpon Google Bookmarks Live Favorites TechnoratiRelated Articles Indian villages - our strength or our weakness? VALENTIN ES DAY!! Advantages & Disadvantages along with your opinion What ails Indian sports? Infosys placement paper 37 Infosys placement paper - 15 Indian villages-our strength or our weakness? Quality is a myth in India. How green was my valley..Are we paying the price of nature? Indian customs-are we in a time warp? US war on Iraq-justified or not Foreign Television Channels are destroying our culture
  16. 16. Bush trip to India - Advantages & Disadvantages164 Responses to "Should the public sector beprivatized?"yamendra Rating:said this on 16 Jan 2007 4:55:15 AM CDTgood(Reply to this comment) Harshit Jain Rating: said this on 09 Aug 2008 11:37:17 AM CDT Well friends, as we all know that most of the government units are known for their poor service level, that is why the private organisations are came in picture and even making huge profits out of the same customer base. The basic reason behind is the level of understanding, it means the junior level, middle level and the senior level management are not as much sharp or I should say not as professional as the private sectors all the level of management. Even the environment of the organisation is also matters. By this point i just want to say that at each level of an organisation there should be an educated and highly professional person needs to be there. If we look at the features responsible for the success of private organisations we came to know that they at every level of management you will find a highly qualified and professional manager, and they set-up all the problems at their own level, so it is nothing but the power dilution and even the highest authority is wholly responsible for all the actions taken at every level of management. (Reply to this comment) Rasik Rating: said this on 27 Apr 2010 6:09:33 AM CDT Yea i agree with you,but if we take case of india..80% of the population is rural so they will be able to afford to get operated in private hospitals.We need to improve our public service facilities and all that is needed is govt. to take a step forword so that we can expect better in future.So lots of pts needs to be considered before privatising market. (Reply to this comment)
  17. 17. nikhil Rating: said this on 14 May 2010 11:21:02 AM CDT this is the fact in rural area.people cant afford to pay (Reply to this comment) Nupur Rastogi Rating: said this on 26 Aug 2010 7:03:19 PM CDT hello friends, In my opinion,its depend on which sector to be privatised.Because if we talk about private hospitals a poor or a middle person cannot afford their medical services.But its true that good quality of services are provided by private sectors as compared to pubkic sector. Even some people who are working in public sector use rough language to the customers which is very bad.And in private sectors customers are treated in a very good manner and grievances are handled in quickly also. (Reply to this comment)anupma gupta Rating:said this on 02 Dec 2010 12:51:29 PM CDTi am agree with Nupur Rastogi b/c it have given the best exp to differentiate between them.itis true that private sector have good facility for all thing bt i cant ignore to public sector b/cmany of the poor person who have no money for mediciene they take the help to publicsector.so i think both are important in own position(Reply to this comment) Nutan Rating: said this on 17 May 2011 10:53:07 PM CDT i also agry with this point,both public & private scetors are important to their position (Reply to this comment) tara Rating:
  18. 18. said this on 19 Mar 2011 12:04:34 AM CDT good (Reply to this comment)Dinesh Rating:said this on 23 Jan 2007 7:40:31 PM CDTWell friends, privtation is a very contentious issue. Just take the example of Private Hospitals, therpoor cant even think of getting a treatment there and if we do make all hospitals private then I canfor sure say the people will die for treatment. And about the Power Industry, if its privatised, we aresure to get proper power supply but with increased rate per unit. The people of India made a hugehue and cry about the increasing petrol price and if the electricty rate are increased then look at thereaction.(Reply to this comment) dhanasekar Rating: said this on 01 Sep 2009 9:48:52 AM CDT nice (Reply to this comment) mayank Rating: said this on 20 Jan 2010 9:59:47 PM CDT well i totally agree with what dinesh said...its not about getting anything privatised...but its about how to deal with with the public sector enterprises. It is always benificial to have private sector units in a country but as we are still a progressing nation where still more than 30% of the population is below poverty line,will it be ethical to think just of profit.I think it will not be fair enough for the people who can not afford to pay for it. public sector units shall not be privatised only what needs to be checked out is management. (Reply to this comment) madhuri goel Rating: said this on 09 Mar 2010 7:03:18 PM CDT
  19. 19. well said mayank(Reply to this comment)pooja Rating:said this on 13 Apr 2010 6:11:20 PM CDTI am not agreed on this piont completely Government sector is known for its red tapism andcorruption.Dealing withthe govt. officers will definately bind you to go door to door.but onthe other side , private sector is dignified for its efficient managment and for making the bestuse of resources. for aspiring to be a devloped country , there is neeed for having a effectivemanagment strategy as we have a sufficient means and human resources like any developednation but need to make best use of it. In every budget , a large sum of money is alloted togovernment department but because of dormant and unoptimistic attitute of people , there isa very little impact on our economy.so if we can transformed this scenrio by aillance withprivate sector and if we have to pay a liitle a bit more for this then it does not matter.(Reply to this comment) Amit Kumar Rating: said this on 17 Aug 2010 2:27:56 PM CDT Well said pooja ,I agree with you what you have said ,but one thing I want to clear that private sector make all the things easier ,at the cost of what ? the answer is money ,at present scenario 70% people live in villages and they are not capable enough to spend huge money.suppose Train ,Hospitals,schools,colleges all become private then where these 70% people will go.By making all the sector private we just separating the India into two group i.e rich group and poor group .The thing is that India is still developing country.All we will need to do is that we have to stay unified and support Government to provide us best facilities .who make the Government definitely we ,then we have to faith on it.Once we allow to breed the private sector in full swing then we are completely in clutch of them and our freedom are lost.On the other hand I am not totally disagree that private sector is bad.The thing is that we need to have better administrator who have capability to manage the resource properly. (Reply to this comment) ranjeetkaur Rating: said this on 04 Feb 2011 11:10:48 PM CDT m agree with amit....as he said what will happen to 70% of people of our nation if every
  20. 20. sector gets privatised,if it happens then how the poor people, who even today thinkabout their 2 times meal,will survive? bcoz after privatisation of every sector,prices ofall things will definitely go up.we can think of privatisation but only after our nationbecomes developed.Need of hour is what that all of us must aware of our duties andwe must do every work dedicatedly so that even if we are working in a publicsector,people believe on the services of public sector.(Reply to this comment)siva sankar Rating:said this on 03 Sep 2010 1:54:26 PM CDTWell said pooja ,but we can not privatize all the sectors for getting the best outcomebecause we have to take the decisions which are helping to the people of India .Thenonly our developing India will become developed one.I feel the better solution is wehave to appoint a some Intelligent private committee for checking the working of Govtsector.Based on those results we will take appropriate actions.By coming to Hosptsector we have to give some rankings the Hospitals.Then there is healthy competitionin Hospitals like IITs in Indian Educational System.(Reply to this comment)akanksha bahety Rating:said this on 12 Oct 2010 7:16:11 PM CDTwell said pooja...m agree wid u..sooner or later one has to move on to private sectorfor better services which are not provided by public sector(Reply to this comment)payal Rating:said this on 02 Feb 2011 2:13:54 PM CDTcountrys development depends on individual development.. if everything goesprivatised how will the bpl population sustain further as 40%of the population is BPL.so its govt, management to be developed once this goes our country will reach itsdesired goal.. and private gives you wealth and takes ur health!!! u will have for eachrupee u f=get from it ie u need to play the role of a slave in a private sector.... where asfor public sector u can have a budget along with healthy relations...
  21. 21. (Reply to this comment) pooja Rating: said this on 13 Apr 2010 6:15:06 PM CDT I am agreed on this piont completely Government sector is known for its red tapism and corruption.Dealing withthe govt. officers will definately bind you to go door to door.but on the other side , private sector is dignified for its efficient managment and for making the best use of resources. for aspiring to be a devloped country , there is neeed for having a effective managment strategy as we have a sufficient means and human resources like any developed nation but need to make best use of it. In every budget , a large sum of money is alloted to government department but because of dormant and unoptimistic attitute of people , there is a very little impact on our economy.so if we can transformed this scenrio by aillance with private sector and if we have to pay a liitle a bit more for this then it does not matter. (Reply to this comment)nikhil Rating:said this on 14 May 2010 11:26:18 AM CDTactually the current situation is meangfully describe by pooja.(Reply to this comment)P K MAHATO Rating:said this on 05 Jul 2010 7:41:50 PM CDTi am totaly agree with this statement. but it should be done on sansad.(Reply to this comment)anita Rating:said this on 14 Feb 2012 1:34:27 PM CDTya pooja u r right.but as our country India is a poor country.there are many people underpoverty. so they can not afford the services given by the private sectors. so according tomy point of view private sectors r not bad but all public sectors like hospitals,
  22. 22. schools,transport should not be privatized. (Reply to this comment) arun Rating: said this on 16 Feb 2012 4:42:17 PM CDT very good (Reply to this comment) shama Rating: said this on 01 Jul 2010 8:16:21 AM CDT i agree with mayank...... (Reply to this comment) pratibha Rating: said this on 02 May 2010 8:37:58 PM CDT i agree with u very nice .. (Reply to this comment)cHJhdGliaGE=pratibha Rating:said this on 02 May 2010 8:46:37 PM CDTi agree with dinesh if there is priatisation is done then there only loss of those peoples who rnot able to pay.i thought that its not right.(Reply to this comment)shubh singh Rating:said this on 15 Jun 2010 4:01:24 PM CDThi.. Friends. i totally agree with the comment given by the dinesh.. if privatization is done inevery sector then this will really going to create big problem as normal or the poor people
  23. 23. cant survive in private sector.. n this will lead to change in the govt..and again the election will be conducted which result in the missuses of the fund deposited n the fraud politician can again fill their pocket n enjoy the situation.. so again here the poor people will become the target n they hv to face the problem.. so ,i think in our country its time to keep both the sectors working mutually in order to balance the situation n condition.. (Reply to this comment) payal Rating: said this on 02 Feb 2011 2:04:50 PM CDT i agreee with u dinesh coz if inflation occurs in case of hospitals the death rate would increase to such an extent such that we will not be able to control but we need to have some private and few govt. sectors but it ll be helpful for the poor.. (Reply to this comment)tehzeeb Rating:said this on 28 Jan 2007 3:56:27 AM CDTi agree that public sector should be privatised..in private sector all things are handled moreefficiently and effectively..more money is earned in case of private setor..hence we can hope toincrease our salary i.e. average salary of the country will markedly increase..which we can say to anextent that our country will develop at a faster rate..hospitals if privatised will result in bettermedical care..even if it is perceived as more costly as compared to govt. sectors..then let me giveyou an overview of things which are managed in hospitals...a patient if is poor is not dealt withutmost care and attention..is treated like a lowly thing...but had the patient been well off or hadministerial contacts then he will be given full care with all possible facilities..then wat is the use ofpublic sector handling various institutions????(Reply to this comment) prity Rating: said this on 12 Mar 2010 1:38:22 AM CDT no i think that public company should not be privatised because in public company there is mostly provisions for poor people but in private no relationship with poor.and in private sector company all the money are gathered at a place bt in public sector its spread among the public. our india is poor country so first we think about to remove the poverty of our country before anything.
  24. 24. (Reply to this comment) akhil Rating: said this on 19 May 2010 11:12:46 PM CDT excellent (Reply to this comment) anuj rana Rating: said this on 17 Jul 2010 10:08:24 PM CDT i m fully agree with u n wants to add tht privatisation also increase employment ,working efficiency.... (Reply to this comment)hari Rating:said this on 01 Feb 2007 1:30:17 AM CDTit is good(Reply to this comment)sirisha Rating:said this on 11 Feb 2007 8:10:35 PM CDTsir ur info is excellent.but i advice u to put the keypoints as first.bcaz if we want to search it takestoo much of time.so plz give key with as possible as short. thanks for give us this info bye(Reply to this comment)S.Anusha Rating:said this on 12 Feb 2007 11:30:19 PM CDTIT WILL BE USEFUL IF SOME MORE POINTS ARE DISCUSSED UNDER THIS TOPIC
  25. 25. (Reply to this comment) trimplek Rating: said this on 10 May 2008 3:17:17 PM CDT hi...i would like to add to all the above points discussed above whatever sector v talk about is not self sufficient. when we talk about raising of funds in such sectors...not all companies are in a position to raise money through public....hence, banking sector plays the most imp role here when funds r concerned every industry is dependent on it and vice-versa. in todays scenerio definitely i agree that public or nationalised banks are at a deterioriting stage but not all( eg: SBI, BoB, ) almost all banks have now realised the imp of services marketing and r working on it after facing threat from foriegn banks.one cant expect the most imp resource i.e. capital to be in the private or foreign hands.just for the purpose of growth of individual cos the entire economy cannot be handed over to the private sector.there should be a fair blend of private n public undertaking. (Reply to this comment) Harshit Jain Rating: said this on 09 Aug 2008 11:55:45 AM CDT Well my dear friend if you are talking about the public sector banks then let me tell they have the poorest management including SBI, as an evidence we can look at the growth rate, you will find that the private sector banks are growing at the higher rate then the public sector banks, and the day is not very far when private bank surpass the public sector banks, if they do not wake up now.......it will be very late. Even before some days you must have found the news that SBI is going to recruit 20,000 employees, but let me tell you it is gonna be a flop idea, cause the people they recruiting are either 12th standard passed or graduate only, the new era requires people having business intelligence, and believe me you will find the same thing that i am telling you. (Reply to this comment) shilpa Rating: said this on 17 Mar 2010 11:05:57 PM CDT yes, my dear friend you are right and i agreed with your views..today we need private sectors so much because there are more efficient people are worked with more efficiency like SBI well now the recuirtement seat is grower and be 25000..and everyone 12th passed individual can feel this form..so this is not so much good for public sectors and we should
  26. 26. need private sectors.. (Reply to this comment)VIJAY SINGH Rating:said this on 23 Feb 2007 3:30:46 AM CDTWELL SIR,YOUR COMMENT ON PRIVATE AS WELL AS ON PUBLIC SECTER IS GOOD ENOUGH BUT ITWILL BE MORE BENEFICIAL IF U ADD SOME DATA MATERIALS.I AM FULLY AGREE WITH UR POINTTHAT BEFORE TALKING ABOUT PRIVATIZATION THE VERY FIRST THING WE SHOULD DISCUSS IS THESECTORS WE ARE GOING TO DEAL WITH.AS OFFCOURSE ALL THE SECTORS CANT BE PRIVATIZED ASIT WOULDNT BE A SAFE DEAL.(Reply to this comment)Divya Rating:said this on 24 Feb 2007 7:32:53 PM CDTAny topic given in GD is in such a way that anyone can say its good in either way depending on thecontext.So what I think is its not good to say that privatization or public sector depends on thecontext. It shows that you are not confident enough to take a decision(Reply to this comment)ankit tomar Rating:said this on 27 Feb 2007 3:46:06 AM CDTi think a man need a direction for getting success,everbody works hard but it will not producefavourable result until our efforts are well directed towards the target.so this material will help a lot(Reply to this comment) laal Rating: said this on 04 Apr 2008 10:20:02 AM CDT dear ankit.. in case study u go with positive and negative both points..so whatever he said is good enough for a GD, as case study is a part of GD (Reply to this comment)
  27. 27. jayagayathri Rating:said this on 09 Mar 2007 11:24:31 AM CDTbetter(Reply to this comment)Anand Rating:said this on 10 Mar 2007 2:00:38 PM CDTyes i completly agree with mr.ssrkraju that privtization is not necessary in every sector.can youemagine when railway,airlines,oil componies and electricity will be privatised that time the cost ofevery thing will be incresed unbelivable and every indians will be suffered more.(Reply to this comment)pallavi srivastav Rating:said this on 29 Mar 2007 4:39:24 AM CDThi Privtation.....its sound very attractive.bt in India if you privtatise thn you hv to make all pplemployed with good salary.Bt inIndia its tk time or nt going to b hapn.if all public sector b privatisethn autimatically theafting,murder corpuction e.t.c will increase. n i dont thnk ppl want this.(Reply to this comment)Mohammed Aleemuddin Rating:said this on 30 Mar 2007 10:26:50 AM CDTIt was gud .everyone communicated verywell on the topic but including of some more pts will bebeneficial for aspirants.Thanx bye(Reply to this comment)ashutosh Rating:said this on 01 Apr 2007 1:31:27 PM CDTHii, everyone, as my friend ssrkraju has said can v have private telecom companies n all n all, i would
  28. 28. like to inform u Relience is private company recently Mr. Mukesh Ambani has established apetrochemical plant which is the second largest plant in the world.......n nt dat much only he alsosteped into a vegetable market....u must b aware wid the fact n figures how the price of petrol isincreasing under goverment but Relience petrol pumps are providing petrols on much cheaperrate......Mukesh has said when he wz there in Bang. on opening of vegetable mall there hesaid...vegetable rates r Fluctuating now a days bt it will not make any difference to this mall...hereprice will be same in all the situations.... now my point is nowa days private companies r providingmuch more facilities as compared to govermental(Reply to this comment)niyas Rating:said this on 08 Apr 2007 11:15:10 PM CDTyes i entirely agree with mr.ssrkraju that privtization is not important in every sector. it is veryusefull to freshers when they read it.thankyou(Reply to this comment)deepak Rating:said this on 23 Apr 2007 4:40:13 AM CDTgood one it was helpful(Reply to this comment)Jyoti Prakash Das Rating:said this on 26 Apr 2007 10:59:49 PM CDTGood Topic(Reply to this comment)sandeep Rating:said this on 16 Aug 2007 10:53:27 PM CDTgood discussion(Reply to this comment)
  29. 29. mridul jain Rating:said this on 24 Aug 2007 12:36:59 AM CDTi think privatization is very good for our country, coz in private companies employes give their 100%.(Reply to this comment) krishna Rating: said this on 18 Sep 2009 2:40:07 PM CDT i strongly agree with mridul jain but every sector should not be privatized. some sectors which should require the devolopment they should be privatized (Reply to this comment) mayank Rating: said this on 20 Jan 2010 10:17:00 PM CDT well mridul i would like to make a remark on your comment that in private companies the employees give their 100% for sure...but rather than giving 100%,more than 100% of them is taken out at the cost of handful of salary.Needless to say employees over there are made to be worked for more than 12 hours a day to achive their goal for the day.this is givin terrible consequences..divorces hav increased as couples are not able to spend time with each other under sever work pressure.Many new diseases have came into existence..all these consequences themselves say the story no need to comment that public sector is the favourite. (Reply to this comment) bhagyashree Rating: said this on 16 May 2010 11:45:02 PM CDT Well mayank i do agree with wat u said........ its true that privatisation may give good outputs n dat would b fast enough but not now....i mean v r still a developing nation...majority of d peple r poor n they do rely on public sectors for their needs....i think tat both of these sectors r equally important....they r both strong enough to improve the current position of India...the only need is that they work properly,take gud decisions on behalf of the company,the peple of India as well as on behalf of the nation inorder to make it another developed nation on the globe............
  30. 30. (Reply to this comment) abhishek rathi Rating: said this on 05 Jan 2011 4:39:50 PM CDT I agree with mayank on above points but let me tell u that it is the employee who is accepting & willing to work & thats why he is being paid lumpsum amount. also thr is no requirement ki u need 2 work for more than 12 hours. U are required to finish a task in quality manner & u do it asap. U get promotion. n every coin has two sides. If u expect money,fame, u have to devote time & even this happens wid couples. As u spend time u get closer. n performance matters. Privatisation helps to get things faster,smoothly. U talk of banking sector, tel;ecom, insurance,oil & what not,& govt is also thinking of privatising many sectors. for eg SAIL, moil,oilindia etc. So its the need to privatise public sectors. however, defense should not be done so... (Reply to this comment)swati Rating:said this on 08 Sep 2007 4:19:05 PM CDTyup! its ok.but not as good as 1st one is. some more posts must be on it.as earier keerthi wrote well,here should b some thing like.. .whatsoever it was ok.(Reply to this comment)bhushan Rating:said this on 13 Sep 2007 2:20:36 PM CDTi am fully agree with Mr. tehzeeb, there should be privatization in public sector,if we talk about thecurrent scenario all the private companies count the value of money and time,while in public sectorpeople are lazy(but they have good knowledge),they dont want to utilize the time and money. onlyprivatization can change there mindset if we talk about the poor people,there are lots of hospitalsand social organizations which provide help to these people In crux privatization is the best way forcountries growth(Reply to this comment)siluvaivendan s Rating:
  31. 31. said this on 26 Sep 2007 3:28:42 AM CDTusefull(Reply to this comment)ashwin zade Rating:said this on 01 Oct 2007 12:12:14 PM CDTWell friends, I think that selected public sectors should be privatized. The major sectors likerailways, oil& natural gas, mining etc. should be kept public. This is because these sectors belongequally to all citizen of India,because they use the natural resources of India, over which everycitizen has equal right. Private sectors are primarily driven by profit motive. They may not think ofpublic welfare. Second thing is that , if all the public sectors are privatized , then we must see thatmarket forces keep the price affordable.We must also ensure that monopoly doesnt occur. Finally, Ithink that from economically well settled citizens point of view,privatization should take place.Because he may get better services. But seeing from poor citizens point of view, he has publicsector services as last ray of hope(e.g. hospitals, education,ration, etc.) Majority of indianpopulation(30-40%) belongs to below poverty line.So, in that way, I think that at present time, notall public sectors should be privatized.(Reply to this comment)Amit Rating:said this on 03 Oct 2007 12:18:42 AM CDThello everyone all u said thats true but privatisation is necessary but there is some extent inprivatisation many mncs are coming to india and they earn profit for there own so it is beneficial butup to some extent(Reply to this comment)ginni bajaj Rating:said this on 07 Oct 2007 4:41:48 PM CDTbefore privatisation of the public sector we should not only consider only few sectors and givedecision for the whole . as told telecom in private hands is perfectly all right as we all k now thatreliance was the first one to lanch mobiles for rs 500 and call rates 40p all over india , so it dependson sectors(Reply to this comment)
  32. 32. aleesha Rating:said this on 08 Oct 2007 3:25:14 AM CDTwell i think privitazation is definetly gonna help us in boomin up with the salary system n willimprove the standars of living . but we should not forget dat publc sectors are unavoidable .. as oneof the person has stated a very valid point about ration card systems. private sectors have acompeting tendency n dey move along wid the flow whr as the publis sector is more concernedbopt the nation in whole n has to luk after the very need of all the category of ppl..(Reply to this comment)MITTU-ICFAI Rating:said this on 09 Oct 2007 6:08:21 AM CDTit is good why because we know importance of privatisation through last 5 years developmentprivatization will give effective production then we can get more revenue then automatically theshare share of the organization will grow you take simple example government hospital and privatehospitals in india the peoples are observe a lot of difference so friend i would like to conclude thatprivatization of governemtn organization is important(Reply to this comment)Ashish/Abhijit Rating:said this on 09 Oct 2007 6:12:58 AM CDTwell the topic is good for discussion but the discussion depends on the different sectors.(Reply to this comment)Asim Rating:said this on 09 Oct 2007 6:13:12 AM CDTJust remember that three people will not change the fate of India. Also if India looses its publicsector to the private players how will the country get money and income from which is used by thelow class people in the country. Then the only thing that is left with India is to increase the tax ratesor watch the country in the hands of private players and enjoy the profits which should be in thehands of JANTA.
  33. 33. (Reply to this comment)srikanth Rating:said this on 09 Oct 2007 6:14:47 AM CDTmany of them saying conversion public sector to private sector some extent it is good but it is notpossiable because if each and every compay, organization is privatisied it make trobules to poorpeople. There are some strategic sectors, which need to be under control of Indian government likeoil/gas sector. if this sector is privatisied we will never get the subsidy and this enjoyment neverprovided by a private sector. The government in this case helps its citizens to a great extent andmaking them available to its citizens.as like telecom companies in india facing computation becauseof that we r getting cheply high level products this one is good. take example of hospitals if it isprivitized poor people definitely face trobule(Reply to this comment)ruby and sandhya Rating:said this on 09 Oct 2007 6:16:21 AM CDTall the public sector companies should not be privatised becoz if all the private companies are set upwith a profit motive and 30-40% of people are below poverty line..so the public companies keepsthe ethics in mind...take eg of railways,electricity,hospitals for poor if they are privatised..(Reply to this comment)jayesh Rating:said this on 11 Oct 2007 11:25:07 AM CDTHello, Hasnt public private partenerships increased over the period of time? Rajiv Gandhi, thevisionary behind opening up economy gave a green signal to private players. Hitherto, ininfrastrucutre alone India has witnessed 86 PPP deals and over $51bn has been poured into thesector. WHat we need is development, and it has to come FAST. Pvt ltd should be approached forexploiting their core competencies and experiences. We dont want 100% privatisition since it wouldhave no regulatory / governing body, which could at times go against public favor as it is happeningin case of organised retail where even pvt player are bound to affect a set of community. Imaginethe situation where for eg a company like reliance would be free to sel gas all over india without anygovernance/partnership ? or Sify/hathway dominating broadband space without existence of VSNLwhich ensure that public intrests are safeguarded? SO hving pvt players all over would never make asense especialy in sensitive sectors like defence, DRDO etc..They should be set up where synergies rbounnd to be achieved
  34. 34. (Reply to this comment)ravi Rating:said this on 14 Oct 2007 12:29:53 PM CDTi agree at this point. public sectors should be privitised. in the public sectors 90 persent of thepeople are sitting idle. in some public sectror companies employees are playing cards. thisgeneration is rapidly moving to the sky. so we think that work hard and get sucess in the work. thenonly over nation flag is will high and high. so we should work hard. in public sectors there is workbut they cant do work since there is no boss and no dead lines if there is a dead lines also they aretaking a simple. learning and implimentation is not possible in the public sectors. so in the past daysmost of the doctors and engineers indians are settle in us and other countries, since here there is nogrouth. if it is a privitisation there is a some ristriction. so compulsory work hard. and think, learnsome thing, implementing something and achive a new things, so that in the w(Reply to this comment)Faiyaz Rating:said this on 17 Oct 2007 9:57:27 PM CDTIts true totally public sector is not converted into private sector Bcoz different sector has diffrentpons and cons which different level or category of the people. we dont forget that India is rich butIndian are poor. these poor Indian has go for only in the public sector bcoz there are coming inpoverty line. so i can say only that once u get the privatized the sector its increase the economygrowth but poverty line people will suffer wch is huge in number....(Reply to this comment)shyam awasthi Rating:said this on 18 Oct 2007 1:00:51 AM CDTits ok only private sector is providing good services,even public sectors org is providing goodservices we cannt forget S.B.I bank,ONGC,BSNL ETC.these companies providing beeter facility .(Reply to this comment)simran Rating:said this on 18 Oct 2007 2:42:45 PM CDT
  35. 35. hi to all, acc to me privatization of public sector will be very benificial nt only to org but also to thepeople. coz as v all know very well the diff bet the service provided by gov hospital and a privatehospital .. there is lot of issues in gov sectors which cant be solved there is no one who is deeplyinterested in development of gov sector so if they r organised in a better way they will be a boon tothe socity otherwise it is better to privatize them(Reply to this comment)yogita Rating:said this on 20 Oct 2007 1:05:25 AM CDTIT IS VERY WELL SAID THAT DECISIONS LIKE THIS ARE TO BE TAKEN WITH PROPER CONSIDERATIONOF THE IMPACT WHICH IT WILL HAVE ON POLITICAL, ECONOMICAL, SOCIAL,TECHNOLOGICAL ANDLEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE COUNTRY. A INDIAN ECONOMY IS NOT WORKING IN A VACUUM, ITNEEDS THE SUPPORT OF PRIVATE PLAYERS AND THE GOVERNMENT. WE CANT UNDERESTIMATETHE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT OR PUBLIC SECTORS AS THEY ARE THE NATION BUILDING FORCES.HOWEVER, WE CANT OVERESTIMATE THE ROLE OF PRIVATE SECTORS, AS THEY ARE WORKING JUSTFOR PROFITS. NO DOUBT PRIVATE PLAYERS ARE MORE ENERGETIC AND ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUTTHEIR SUCESS BUT IT WONT BE TOO MUCH TO SAY THAT THEY CAN OVERLOOK THE NATIONSCONCERN OVER THERE OWN. SO AT THIS MOMENT WE AS A CITIZEN OF INDIA, HAVE TO SHOWOUR ZEAL TO MAKE OUR COUNTRY A DEVELOPED NATION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BY EXPLOATINGALL THE OPPORTUNITIES WEATHER IT IS BY PRIVATISING SOME OF OUR KEY SECTORS.(Reply to this comment)NIR4ANJAN KUMAR SINGH Rating:said this on 31 Oct 2007 12:37:23 AM CDTAll the private sector should be privatised(Reply to this comment)priya Rating:said this on 05 Nov 2007 8:53:00 AM CDTthis topic is very nice and all d ppl gave very good conclusions...(Reply to this comment)
  36. 36. sahana Rating:said this on 05 Nov 2007 12:10:22 PM CDTwell i think we need to look into the competencies of both public n private sectors.. public sectorsare designed to serve all the citizens may it poor middle class or upper class... private sectorswherein promise a higher standard service... i think we need to motivate the public sector toimprovise the way they are functioning...so that it will help in overall development of the nation.instead of commenting and creating the perception that public sectors(SARKARI) are not a seriousaffair .. we need to create awareness and encourage the public run institutions to perform better.so its not necessary that we have to privatise all the public institutions(sectors)(Reply to this comment)priya Rating:said this on 18 Nov 2007 9:49:44 AM CDTthanx for provinding this kind of stuff. i m sure this is going to help me a lot and i can also getmassive knowladge out of it. thanx once again(Reply to this comment)GaganpreetKharbanda Rating:said this on 21 Nov 2007 10:36:08 AM CDTYes I appreciate most of the comments,I agree on this that Depending upon the sectors private andpublic identity can be given,One thing for the sure when we talk of privatization its the best inTodays scenario thereby leading to growth of world economy, meeting the standard of life ofpeople of India,why we people are poor due to un employment, which private companies areproviding nowin comparison to public enterprises,To quote an example, Be it Reliance, Bharti , oraditya Birla Group,with the onset of retail merchandising, things will be improved further, therebydecreasing the costs leading to price wars waiving the involvement of middleman(real earners) andproviding everything under one roof,so anyways coming up of Reliance retails, Pharma, Walmart isbeneficial for the development of or country keeping in prespective the development of mankindThanks to share with you all(Reply to this comment)kshitish Rating:said this on 27 Nov 2007 6:42:49 AM CDT
  37. 37. well i think we need to look into the competencies of both public n private sectors.. public sectorsare designed to serve all the citizens may it poor middle class or upper class... private sectorswherein promise a higher standard service... i think we need to motivate the public sector toimprovise the way they are functioning...so that it will help in overall development of the nation.instead of commenting and creating the perception that public sectors(SARKARI) are not a seriousaffair .. we need to create awareness and encourage the public run institutions to perform better(Reply to this comment)sarmisti Rating:said this on 04 Dec 2007 5:07:01 AM CDTyes my friends has told very valid points then wat is the need of LPG If itis privitized there will beValue for every thing (money ,time,eforts ) One more thing i would like share with u friends"SOMEBODY CANT DO EVERYTHING BUT EVERYBODY CAN DO SOMETHING" So we willtogether(govt &private) can enjoy taste of the success. thanq for giving me this oppurtunity to sharemy feelings with thanq bye(Reply to this comment)abdul Rating:said this on 06 Dec 2007 1:56:35 AM CDTAcc,raju there r few sectors which should not be privitised but even govt is taking necessary steps togive its best service.the attitude/feeling of people on public sectors should change for examplehospitals private hospitals cannot reach to rural villages,and govt is inviting private sectors to servepeople for better service.Any how we have a right to use public sectors (ex:rtc)under certain offers(ex:student pass)which cannot be given by the private sector at all.So it is a responsibility of a citizento use public sectors and take part in the development of the organisation(Reply to this comment)abdul Rating:said this on 06 Dec 2007 1:56:36 AM CDTAcc,raju there r few sectors which should not be privitised but even govt is taking necessary steps togive its best service.the attitude/feeling of people on public sectors should change for examplehospitals private hospitals cannot reach to rural villages,and govt is inviting private sectors to servepeople for better service.Any how we have a right to use public sectors (ex:rtc)under certain offers(ex:student pass)which cannot be given by the private sector at all.So it is a responsibility of a citizen
  38. 38. to use public sectors and take part in the development of the organisation(Reply to this comment)A.N.Hemamalini Rating:said this on 14 Dec 2007 8:45:20 AM CDTHi everyone,i say that eventhough there is both gov. and priv. sectors both r running for us withsome benefits and with some difficults but anyway gov. buses r providing free pass for students,butwhich the priv. sectors not do so...........(Reply to this comment)Nachiketa Gupta Rating:said this on 29 Dec 2007 4:18:12 AM CDTboth private and publice sector is two side of coin. country can not think development to left anyone sector. both are neccessary u cant say all public sector should be privatised if it is happen thangovt. lost his power.first we have to know for which sector we have talking about like we can notgive defence and railways to private sector because they are more in profit making rather thanserving to peoples but sick unit of public sector which goes in losses we privatise them.(Reply to this comment)vinit Rating:said this on 30 Dec 2007 3:31:42 PM CDTI think, all of the articles have been good from discussion point of view. What I feel is, making apublic sector privatized has different different things to be considered. It has some good as well asbad depending on the type of industry you are going to make private. If you look at oil services andLPG gas services, if they will be privatized it will be too costly for a middleman to bear the burden ofthese without subsidies provided by the govt. Presence of a govt company into the market alsocontrols the prices and regulates the market. Basic facilities like water and electricity are the oneswhich are good only when in hand of government because govt is not going to think about profitonly. It will also think about the future of that and will provide subsidies if needed. But the otherservices like telecom services, automobile services and IT services are good in hand of private sectorfirm because they will compete in this field and even they will have to keep their prices low at thesame time as they are not the basic needs of a person because if prices are too high, a middle mancan cut down the consumption of these services. The only way to come ahead will be quality andlow cost so public sector except the sector for basic requirements of the country should beprivatized which will result in far better situation of country. Let me take an example if all the
  39. 39. hospitals are being privatized, will every person of India be able to get the health care services? Willhe be able to survive in this situation? So there is no point in sectors related to basic services beingprivatized.(Reply to this comment)priyanka Rating:said this on 05 Jan 2008 3:14:41 AM CDTthe points placed by everyone is correct acc to them. i to agree with most of my frens that not allbut some public sectors which needs help from private sectors,whici are not efficient enough toserve the public should be given in the hands of private comp so that the services provided to publicare improved.....(Reply to this comment)shantanu purwar Rating:said this on 09 Jan 2008 6:31:54 AM CDTi favour and also disfavour this comment,when we are talking of services in less cost or subsidiesthen public sector should be followed.But in case of development like in field ofIT,Industries,exports and imports private sector to be followed.We require both types of serviceskeeping in mind that both not only help people but our country development also....(Reply to this comment)meenakshi Rating:said this on 09 Jan 2008 8:22:31 AM CDTi disfavour the comment. if all the private sector is privatized , the average salary of the peopleshould be increased. our country will developed soon. i accept it, but only 30% of the peoples inindia is enjoying the previlage, the remaining 70% are under the poverty line due to the rise in thecost of living.(Reply to this comment)Priya Verma Rating:said this on 18 Jan 2008 10:38:00 AM CDT
  40. 40. Yes ,i agree that public sector should be privatised. But some areas of bsiness shouldnt be becozabout 40% of population in India is below poverty line and they could not afford costly things(Reply to this comment)shatabdi roy Rating:said this on 23 Jan 2008 8:48:32 AM CDTit ws realy good. i got n excellent idea on the topic because i didnt hd ne idea. i came to knw abtmany things abt both private n public sectors. thank u.(Reply to this comment)ashish verma Rating:said this on 23 Jan 2008 11:53:07 AM CDTits very fine discussion.(Reply to this comment)priya baj Rating:said this on 24 Jan 2008 12:49:20 PM CDTnice discussions ,facts are less is the only weakness..(Reply to this comment)rahul t Rating:said this on 28 Jan 2008 5:54:29 AM CDTacc to me some of the sectors should be kept public ,,bcoz there are some sectors which directlyinfluence poor peoples or those which r below poverty line ,,if these sectors are privatise they effectthem ,,bcoz in private sectors they there main objective is to make profit for them then think ofothers ,,so acc to me some sectors shuld be reserved as semi private(Reply to this comment)santosh Rating:
  41. 41. said this on 29 Jan 2008 5:49:43 AM CDTpublic sectiors organisation have a mission not only run profitably but also to work for thedevelopment of people and social cause. if the public sector like hospital and school college will beprivatised then it will be difficult for most of the common people and specially poor people to affordthe cost of treatment in the hospital and afford the fees of the education.(Reply to this comment)SUDHA PURNIMA Rating:said this on 31 Jan 2008 8:04:34 AM CDTIT IS VERY NICE THANKS FOR GIVING THIS INFORMATION(Reply to this comment)adarsh kumar soni Rating:said this on 31 Jan 2008 1:07:28 PM CDTits been excellent this site is really excedingly helpful.(Reply to this comment)SREE Rating:said this on 03 Feb 2008 8:47:27 AM CDTits a nice topic and is excellent in the above discussions(Reply to this comment)anu Rating:said this on 10 Feb 2008 12:51:09 AM CDTit was avery fine article and i got tremendous information..like some of my frenz here,even i thinkdat all sectors should not be privatised.apart from profits,welfare of people should also be kept inconcern.dere r many better services provided by public sector also like sbi,vijaya etc.public andprivate sector go hand in hand...growth of country can be done by joint effort only.....(Reply to this comment)
  42. 42. vikram kundu Rating:said this on 11 Feb 2008 7:04:51 AM CDTprivetization is benifisial for those organisations those not performing well. whr people do notunderstand there responsiblities...(Reply to this comment)sindhura Rating:said this on 15 Feb 2008 4:39:56 AM CDTya this is very nice(Reply to this comment)Apeksha.Anand.Belsare Rating:said this on 19 Feb 2008 10:06:15 AM CDThey these points are really very helpful....it gave me 2 think in various prospects....thanks(Reply to this comment) jyothi Rating: said this on 22 Feb 2011 10:21:56 PM CDT super (Reply to this comment)gaurav Rating:said this on 21 Feb 2008 11:53:38 PM CDTI think that those departments from where the govt is earning money i.e. electricity board, incomtaxdept., water supply department, should privateized. bcoz in these depatments employes takebribes and the ppl bear. they mak the false charges against the general ppl and tak money fromthem. so that these departments are the root cause of corouption.
  43. 43. (Reply to this comment) joy Rating: said this on 29 Jul 2008 10:51:43 AM CDT i dont think so if people r payed better then why will they take bribe just bcoz of some people we cannot blame the whole institution i think the govt is doing a fairly good job (Reply to this comment)neha kumari Rating:said this on 11 Mar 2008 8:02:56 AM CDTIndia is a devloping country and most of the people here are very poor if all the public sectors areprivetized then where these poor people vl go.complete privetization is possible only in devlopedcoutries where people are rich enough to afford.its true that their is a all of corouption in the publicsector and people do sit idle as my frd gaurav said bt ths is not the only solution for theproblem.time has come we should understand our responsibility towards our work.the minset ofpeople must be changed.(Reply to this comment)ayon Rating:said this on 18 Jun 2008 2:13:41 AM CDTMr.ssrkraju...u said it well...there are some pints like privetization is definitely help full but not tothe extent of all public sector. as u already mentioned...about few sectors...another importantsector is railway...if railway is privatized completely it will definitely hit india badly though few thingin rail ways are already in private hand but...the main control is still under govt: and all over theworld no where it is successful by the private player such a great extent...(Reply to this comment)PARTHIBAN Rating:said this on 25 Aug 2008 11:31:59 AM CDThi friends,we should encourage the public sectors cos they r the backbone of india,if we take theprivate sectors, they r working for improvement of that particular company only,they wont botherabout the development of the nation.take birla group of companies they r concentrating only to
  44. 44. develop their branches allover the world.private players r concerned with the profit only.but thepublic sectors supports the people who r all below the poverty line,thank u friends..(Reply to this comment)aneef Rating:said this on 17 Oct 2008 12:38:51 PM CDTi accept private sectors.. bcoz ask rajesh.(M.G.R)..he s working mnc..(Reply to this comment) Thahir Rating: said this on 17 Oct 2008 12:43:07 PM CDT hi friendz.. To my view Government (public sector) are better when compared to Private Sectors. Both are Mutually Exclusive. (Reply to this comment)g.ashwini nachammal Rating:said this on 22 Oct 2008 7:36:32 AM CDThi!!! i accept that there must be a balance between both the sectors.it would be better if,inindia,there is an understanding between the sectors for the development of our nation i.e. publicsectors could implement new ideas and innovate new methods for the people`s welfare andcomfort whereas private sectors can improve the nation`s economy.(Reply to this comment)deepak hinduja Rating:said this on 15 Nov 2008 8:43:38 AM CDTi think govt.should also privatised rail way not fully but some part of it like 30% as it will be helpfulto govt. by getting monetary help from private side.the govt. will have the major power so the poorpeople will not be exploited.(Reply to this comment)
  45. 45. rashmi Rating:said this on 24 Nov 2008 9:45:21 AM CDTi think all above statements r right,according to my point of view public sector should not beprivatised because if pub. sector will be privatised poor people can not bye those services which isprovided by public sectos because of subsidy.pub sec provided services to that poor people who rusing ration card.(Reply to this comment)shreyash Rating:said this on 23 Jan 2009 8:17:24 AM CDTi think both sector are well.as private sector u do not have power against public sector.our country70% people are living in rural area he did not effort as private hospital,colleges etc. public sectorhave good salary, good living standard ,getting a good colleges study so many thing.(Reply to this comment)radhika Rating:said this on 20 Mar 2009 4:10:30 AM CDTit was simply gud nd it helped me a lot for my gd session(Reply to this comment)sachin Rating:said this on 20 Mar 2009 4:13:21 AM CDTvry gud(Reply to this comment)Ramesh HN Rating:said this on 15 May 2009 11:53:02 AM CDThey everybody, Ill start by appreciating some of you who have written excellent comments. Should
  46. 46. the public sector be privatized? we cant say generalize and say yes or no as it is pretty subjective.when we say the public sectors should be privatized Im sure were just considering the quality ofthe services or products of a private sector, otherwise we dont have any reason for privatizing thepublic sector. So as far as Im concerned we should prepare a list of the qualities which has madethe private sector very effective and efficient, for example.. 1.private sectors are result orientated2.employees are highly professional 3.Management will be really worried about the profit of thecompany which is directly related to their survival and profit and other compensation 4.Accountability and responsibilities... etc.. are few of them what obvious is, when we privatize all thepublic sectors chances off prices of going high is very likely.So, why cant we just say public sectorsshould be more efficient and result oriented so that we can ensure that well get all the benefits (good quality services with cheaper price) which will help underprivileged and middle class people,because after all India has very less percentage of upper strata or elite class people.... can we saypublic sectors should be efficient and effective, and start thing and debating how to do that????!!!(Reply to this comment) neha Rating: said this on 21 May 2009 12:33:23 PM CDT fantastic.. i totally agree with ramesh (Reply to this comment)Swapna Rating:said this on 23 Jun 2009 11:46:17 AM CDTI totaly agree wat Ramesh said, By Seeing all the Comments, I also wanted to share........., PublicSector should not be privitized, if it get privitized, the rates will go high where the middle classpeople and low class people cant effort such thing,, so........ instead of this, public sector shouldimprove their quality of service efficiently and effectively..... then everyone prefers public secotrswhere they can get good quality with the lower price, by this way we can improve the profit ofpublic sectors and people prefer to go public sector, this helps to the middle class people and lowlevel people... If anything wrong written........Please excuse me....(Reply to this comment)laxmi Rating:said this on 28 Jun 2009 9:45:25 PM CDThi friends, Ya though there are many dis-advantages or problems (related to delay of services,etc.)in the public sector, still people are benefitted in one way or the other through the various means of
  47. 47. public norms which may not be in private undertaking. So. i feel that public sector need not beprivatised as it may not benefit the people or if it is privatised the objective of privatisation may notthe reach the people correctly.(Reply to this comment)Dhruvi Rating:said this on 29 Jul 2009 10:52:23 PM CDTThanks, alot friends for helping me in clarifying the concept in a way to change my personal point ofview about should public sector be privatised or it shouldnt,(Reply to this comment)nehal Rating:said this on 10 Aug 2009 4:20:23 PM CDTit is indeed a good topic to discuss. i think that there should be mixed invovlement of both private &goverment in all sector ,, except few which are of prime importance like defence, finance, foreignaffairs etc. my idea is to incorporate private agencies in all public sectors giving them allresponsibilites. but they should be placed or headed by goverment authorities who shall regulatethem.(Reply to this comment)Mohit Saxena Rating:said this on 06 Sep 2009 2:36:10 AM CDTExcellent Performance and views(Reply to this comment)Thilaga Rating:said this on 08 Sep 2009 9:06:17 PM CDTThis article is very useful for my GD preparation.Thanks a lot..(Reply to this comment)
  48. 48. aseem Rating:said this on 20 Sep 2009 5:47:09 PM CDThello, In my point of view some public sectors should be privatized.coz if all the sectors areprivatized then there is hike in prices which in turn are out of range of the middle people and poorpeople. if all the sectors got private then this will lead to increase in poor population. and due towhich our economy will go down and increase in poor people . so in my view all sectors are notprivatized only some of the sectors like transportation, and banking gets privataized. thanx.(Reply to this comment)Dharmendar Rating:said this on 05 Oct 2009 11:43:59 AM CDTHi, If all department are convereted in to privataized, then the poor people has to suffer. Forexample, we can take Hospital, Normally for taking scan in Private hospital, they will charges fivetimes more than the public hospital. And also if there is no public sector, The private people takethis as a advantage and have there own rules. There will be no one to control.(Reply to this comment)Ankush Nowal Rating:said this on 15 Oct 2009 8:08:43 PM CDTi would like to comment on what Ashutosh said ......... that mukesh ambani is giving away petrol orvegetables at a lower cost.........but le me tell you the reason buddy , he is doing it cuz he is incompetition with the public sector and just think if public sector wasnt der, he too wouldnt havemissed the oppurtunity of rising prices and making more money outta it....personally what i feel isthat something missing in public sector is the fear of loss of job........so all needed in a public sectoris just that who is not working should be kicked out ............(Reply to this comment)alok vajpayee Rating:said this on 26 Oct 2009 12:59:55 AM CDTfuck off ..........its bullshit group discussion.
  49. 49. (Reply to this comment) Ashish Barn Rating: said this on 26 Oct 2009 1:03:54 AM CDT saale yaha gd karne aaye hai bhai...........mooh chodi karne nahi samajhe BHO...... (Reply to this comment)muthusamy Rating:said this on 07 Nov 2009 10:30:05 AM CDTiam not agree with that public sector be privatised. public sector is worked more for poor peoplethan for rich . the cost of service is very much nearer to poor. . what th egovt have to do to minimizethe corruption & increase the more service.(Reply to this comment)mansingh Rating:said this on 19 Nov 2009 11:41:05 PM CDTI disagree with the view that public should be made private , yaah its true that public organizationare little bit slow as the people working in it are working slow . But we cant be unfair to poor people, either as a customer or as a employee . Not every people are intelligent and not every people arerich . India is a secular country with every kind of people living here , we have to take all kind ofpeople together . We cant throw slow people out of the country , or snatch his job coz he is slow .Well private organization does that mostly , once you show -ve performance . they will kick u outbut not lke public organization . Public sector take needy step to hold their people . Not all publicsector are slow , our defence comes under gov organization , think if it goes private .(Reply to this comment)Viplove Goel Rating:said this on 29 Dec 2009 2:06:45 AM CDTI wish to bring customer and employee perpective view to this topic. Privatization leads to betterand efficient working as they are return oriented in their task, but they bring in such stringentclauses to the system that customers face the brunt of their interests. They are so much adamantfor their returns that they even lay down the average employees just to show profits in thier books.
  50. 50. This leads to chaos, which has multiple effects on whole economy. The benefit that we see can reapis the standardization that they bring in and the innovative and benchmark practices to thebusiness. We have seen that with advent of private players in the banking system we have a moreflexible and efficient banking system. Privatization of electricity supply has led to increasedrevenues, less theft of electricty. In the end i would like to say that we have to give the stick to thegovernment, as it will only be saviour if these private players manipulate the system.(Reply to this comment) Sudin Rating: said this on 30 Dec 2009 3:27:18 PM CDT As far as a nation is considered its progress depends on how well its resources are utilized. And whether this results reaches its citizen in terms of employment and better way of life. For efficiency to come one has to make right decisions at right time. And one of the limitation with the govt bodies is the bureaucratic system which drags the decision and action, if they change their attitude to work then only results could be achieved. As per the current situation pvt players are far ahead of the govt undertakings. Every sector will be privatized in future, if not completely but definitely a certain part would be. So privatization should be brought in with control and transparency so that results of efficiency can take the country forward (Reply to this comment)Ashish Pareek Rating:said this on 04 Jan 2010 6:41:35 PM CDTPrivatization of public sector. Lot depends of which sector we are talking about. Let me clarify fewdoubts in the primary stage. Can we expect all private hospitals in our cities in our town which donot have an entry for poor people, can we have only private sector telephone companies, can wehave private companies have complete control on oil reserves, can we have all transport beprovided by private sector and RTC vanishes, can we expect an private sector to take care of ourdefense. So as far as Im concerned we should prepare a list of the qualities which has made theprivate sector very effective and efficient, for example.. 1.private sectors are result orientated2.employees are highly professional 3.Management will be really worried about the profit of thecompany which is directly related to their survival and profit and other compensation 4.Accountability and responsibilities... etc.. are few of them what obvious is, when we privatize all thepublic sectors chances off prices of going high is very likely.So, why cant we just say public sectorsshould be more efficient and result oriented so that we can ensure that well get all the benefits (good quality services with cheaper price) which will help underprivileged and middle class people,because after all India has very less percentage of upper strata or elite class people.... can we saypublic sectors should be efficient and effective, and start thing and debating how to do that????!!!
  51. 51. (Reply to this comment)Anishabasu Rating:said this on 05 Jan 2010 11:23:38 AM CDTAnisha Basu.....Kolkata Every one is talking abt the highest salary but nobody is talking abt thehigher securities of gov. jobs....We sholud take few sectors for privatization...we cannot privatizethe gov hospitals.bcz they charge a minimal cost to all the citizens. Underpriviledged peple or thosewho are from below Poverty Line they cannot afford much to the private nursinghomes.... In case oftelecom industries also privatization shuold not be done..It is true that Reliance has introduced themobile facility first but the indian gov. also providing us better facility in respect of landline as wellas mobile at a cheap rate...further more Broadband facility is the most well liked facilty...(Reply to this comment)urvashi chauhan Rating:said this on 09 Jan 2010 12:53:37 PM CDTprivatization will definitely lead to higher growth, economic development and better facilities butthese could even be achieved by government on proper realization of their duties as they owe tothe nation and to the people and both public and private sectors are mutually active forces in theeconomy which leads to healthy competition and better growth perspective.sectoral differentiationis a must for deciding over privatization as a country like India has a mix of economicallydifferentiated class of people and the poor accounts for almost 40% of our population which has tobe provided which the basic necessities, ration, housing(public sector), medical care and also therest of the population are all not in a condition to afford to the rates of privatization so betterfacilities could also be provided by the government if we design a better management at all levelsand hire well educated people, train the existing working staff and reduce the existing red tapismacross the public sectors.The existence of both the sectors in the economy will efficiently lead todevelopment and growth.(Reply to this comment)avik mukherjee Rating:said this on 16 Jan 2010 3:51:54 PM CDTgood(Reply to this comment)

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