Why scientists are less paid in private Universities/Institutes in India?
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Private Universities and Institutes expect its faculty to bring funds, publish, teach and perform so many other duties and at the same time faculty are paid very less salary. Once they get any projects by their hard work, they are stuck, because they can't take that project anywhere, so exploitation starts. How can this be changed? Answer is very simple but no one dared to do it, but hopes are sprouting in the wake of Modi's rise as a powerful leader. To create a salary competition among private Universities, the Government should make a rule that ALL the EQUIPMENTS, CHEMICALS, CONSUMABLES brought in a funded project (completed/ongoing) to move along with a Principal Investigator (PI) if at all he/she changes job. Exactly the way how it is done in western countries. That is how talented scientists get importance. This makes sense and logical. Private institutes should share their earnings from their massive profit that they make.
Currently, all the equipments, chemicals, consumables earned by PI belongs to University after the completion of project or in case PI leaves the job, IT IS ABSOLUTE EXPLOITATION.
Can we have this change please............ Please share this to as many people as possible.
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