Monday, July 31, 2006
Large does not mean low quality
That is of course a possibility, but if Vedanta University sticks to its goal of having the quality of Harvard/Stanford/Oxford/Cambridge then just aiming for 100,000 students will not make it a trade school.
As an example consider the following large universities in the US:
|Arizona State University, Main Campus||51,612|
|University of Minnesota, Twin Cities||51,175|
|The Ohio State University||50,504|
|University of Texas, Austin||49,696|
|University of Florida||49,693|
|Michigan State University||45,166|
|Texas A&M University, College Station||44,910|
|University of Illinois, Urbana||41,862|
|University of Wisconsin, Madison||41,447|
|Pennsylvania State University, University Park||40,709|
All of the above are quite good universities and most are better
than any existing university or other institutions (such as IITs or IISc) in Asia. Most of them have nobel prize winners. Among them the University of Texas at Austin which has 50,000 students is ranked 15th best university in the world.
If Vedanta can be like any of the above university then that would be great for Orissa and India. Finally, I do not think Vedanta is planning to have 100,000 students immediately or even in 5 years. Its goal is to reach its maximum size in 2025. I think by that time a couple of the above universities, especially Arizona State University (the university I work at) will have 100,000 students.
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