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Created by : Aneesh Koattayil, Accounts & Logistics, DJSONS  | 12 21 2009 13:22:30 +0000
Keywords : politicions
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"Does a politician require a minimum qualification" Government and governing a country like India is also a huge Chain Of Management. Even for a small job Minimum qualification is required and he had to report to his superior, who is qualified better than him. Isnt it time to have qualified leaders....?

 
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Not only education. Age, attitude and certain aptitudes should form part of the criteria for candidature. He should also be evaluated in terms of emotional intelligence and other relevant traits. 


By Resmi Maxim, GENERAL MANAGER - OPERATIONS, SI PROPERTY (KERALA) PVT.LTD.,  12 23 2009 08:22:41 +0000
 
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Although every politician knows how to survival in poltrics & acheive itself as a representative.so, don't under estimate(poltriks)power off the politician..
By Rahul Jain, B.Tech/B.E. student, A.K.R.G  | 04 02 2014 15:39:00 +0000
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Yes, they need to be qualified person... they should have good knowledge,attitude, personalities etc... since they are the representative of people.......


By Santhosh A, Domestic Private Banking-Executive, IBM  | 01 19 2010 09:01:36 +0000
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Education certainly gives a person who si not educated.

Minimum qualification for a politician should be there so that he can understand things better.

To mangage anything first a person should study the matter so that he can understand.

A qualified politian can deliver better.

 


By malladi madhukumar, Senior Manager- Marketing, Cement company  | 01 06 2010 14:15:44 +0000
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yes a minimum qualification of getting a degree certificate from a renowned institution will help... 


By Bhavana Menonq, B.Com student, All Saints College  | 01 06 2010 13:53:42 +0000
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I am of opinion that only qualification, reputation etc be the criteria for the candidature for all ministerial elections, politics should be banned, if so political fights amoung us can be eliminated. 


By RAMANATHA PRABHU N, Chartered Accountant  | 12 23 2009 06:08:02 +0000
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AN IDLES MIND IS A DEVILS WORKSHOP....does it suits for them...?


By Aneesh Koattayil, Accounts & Logistics, DJSONS  | 12 21 2009 13:51:19 +0000
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yes of Course. The time had already been exceeded to had to have a minimum qualification for each and every seat a politician stood for. Dont you ever thought the amount of frustration to be worked under a person who's less qualified than you..?  If this came to exists many who just pass their time only creating issues, strikes and who makes much public losses will think to work will know the value of work and how it strengthens our society and there by our country.  Our country will remain developing country to developing country only still such changes wont come.


By Aneesh Koattayil, Accounts & Logistics, DJSONS  | 12 21 2009 13:22:30 +0000
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Of course not. A politician requires rapport with the public and understanding of the social & economic problems. No formal education is necessary for this. Neither should age be a factor. What matters is commitment to the nation and people.


By K.R. Manish, Mechanical Engineer [Mainetenance], NTPC  | 01 07 2010 15:06:23 +0000
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