Indian anger at promotion `caste system.'

Jayaraman, K.S.
November 1998
Nature;11/26/1998, Vol. 396 Issue 6709, p299
Academic Journal
Looks at reaction to India's decision to limit the opportunities for promotion for scientists working outside the strategic departments of space, atomic energy and defense. How researchers working in either of the three areas will continue to enjoy a fast-track promotional system; Non-strategic government departments which will have to wait three and five years before being assessed for promotion; Rejection of a suggestion that all scientists receive uniform pay structure and promotional opportunities.


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