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Question of the Day (17-Oct-20)

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The law of supply and demand tells you that increasing the quantity of something tends to reduce its price. But not, it seems, in management education. Every year with scores of new B-schools coming up, people wonder if this will be the year that management education starts to lose its value—and every year; there is no sign of it happening.
Which of the following helps resolve the apparent paradox in relation to management education and its demand?
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 1)There are over 750 B-Schools in India and their fees are on the increase every year.
 2)Some of the premier B-schools fetches phenomenal salaries to students even though they do not deserve that much.
 3)The corporate rewards the management students well for the time and money they invest in education.
 4)The government has slashed the funding of most b-schools and this has caused the fees to increase.
 5)With many graduates to choose from, employers increasingly reject anyone who does not sport a degree, no matter what the job’s requirements.

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