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Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid Dispute-The Question of History

Secondly, the very principle that universities should be alike is wrong. There are enormous differences between universities in India, in the quality of teachers, the standard of students, the availability of books and journals, and so on. JNU can and should require its MA students to read much more than Agra University. Of course the standards of Agra University should improve but this can best be done by analysing its own problems and resources; and of course outside help (not just money) should be available.

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