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The Indian Knowledge Industry

The Indian Knowledge Industry Satya Deva ONE of the vital issues that confronts us nowadays relates to the import of techno logy. Thus it is being discussed whether the proposed National Silicon Facility should be established with technology obtained from Hemlock. It is obvious that continued import of technology through multi-national corporations tends to make the country more and more dependent: this dependency then has repercussions in the wider economic, political, social and cultural fields. Hence it is important to examine the factors leading to it. In the following we shall look at the set up of our higher education from (his point of view. While our discussion will relate mainly to the social sciences, it will have some relevance to the natural sciences also, as we shall see.

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