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4) It is often pointed out that higher education in India not only lacks in quality but also is plagued by politicisation in appointments to important positions. Examine the magnitude of this problem and its implications, and suggest measures to address this problem.

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4) It is often pointed out that higher education in India not only lacks in quality  but also is plagued by politicisation in appointments to important positions.  Examine the magnitude of this problem and its implications, and suggest measures to address this problem. (200 Words)

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