1. Sports coaches
After the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) election fiasco, the lesson to be learnt is that India needs professional sports management instead of people who make it to the top job riding on political connections. Certain countries do well in certain sports because they have a number of certified coaches. As things stand today, in India, this is not even considered a discipline. High time it was!
Journalism is undergoing a transition all over. New-age journalists are expected to become multimedia professionals rather than restrict themselves to any one medium. We need training schools to bridge the demand-supply gap.
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(This story appears in the 11 January, 2013 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)
Politics(or Political Sciences)??on Jan 7, 2013
How about practicing Agriculturist.Most of the Agriculture graduates coming out are either absorbed by Agri Input company or Govt\'s Agriculture Dept. I think only 5% of them go to village to practice Agriculture. And the farmer looking at the poor returns he gets from Agriculture sells his land to give his children education and get them a \"White Collar Job\"on Jan 5, 2013