Right of admissionBy: Charu Sudan Kasturi, Hindustan Times

As India?s education czars battled with Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) teachers this May over creating a single national admission test for all engineering schools, neighbouring China was grappling with a similar debate: only turned inside out. Days ahead of China?s single national entrance test for admissions to all universities, images appeared online of rows upon rows of high school students on intravenous drips. The photographs of students injecting amino-acids into their bodies to restore energy to continue cramming for the sole entry test taken by millions of college aspirants forced the Chinese government to order a probe. It also triggered a debate on whether the single national test, called the Gaokao, is outdated.
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