FE@CAMPUS MASTERMIND: QUESTION FOR FEB 11-17
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- PM Modi to meet his ministers today ahead of likely cabinet reshuffle
- India test-fires new surface-to-air missile from defence base in Odisha
- TKA Nair kin part of firm being probed by Income Tax department
- Hafiz Saeed’s No. 2 refers to ‘lions’ who ambushed CRPF bus in Pampore
The FE MASTERMIND QUESTION for FEBRUARY 4-10 is:
SHOULD ENTITLEMENT PROGRAMMES LIKE MGNREGA, FOOD SECURITY, RIGHT TO EDUCATION A GOOD IDEA?
FE MASTERMIND: HOW TO GO ABOUT IT?
FE@CAMPUS MASTERMIND is a contest we shall run for the next 15 weeks with thought-provoking questions aimed to learn the views of our youth.
You must be a student of a Business School to take part in this contest.
Every week a smartphone sponsored by Zopo will be given to the winner whose entry garners the maximum 'likes' on our website www.financialexpress.com. The second prize is a gift hamper worth Rs 3,000 from Oxford University Press.
So what are you waiting for? Share with us in not more than 250 words your views on this week's question: SHOULD ENTITLEMENT PROGRAMMES LIKE MGNREGA, FOOD SECURITY, RIGHT TO EDUCATION A GOOD IDEA?
Send the entry to firstname.lastname@example.org. Responses received will be hosted on our website www.financialexpress.com. Get your friends to 'like' your post. Remember: The entry with the maximum 'likes' wins!
What's more? ALL entries will be posted on our website as well as our Facebook page facebook.com/thefinancialexpress. The contest will also be advertised in 'The Financial Express' newspaper.
Please clearly write your name, the name of your institution and the admission/student number in your entry.
The name of the winners will be announced every Sunday. The two best entries handpicked by our editors, will be published in FE@Campus section of The Financial Express.
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