[Ilugc] About Linux advocacy in colleges (failed in CEG)
- From: prasannadavid@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Prasanna David)
- Date: Mon Jul 5 22:12:40 2004
2. There are professors here who have had decades of industry
exposure. Industry here refering to top of the line establishments,
organizations, companies etc.
No use at all. All bogus / bullshit guys.
3. It doesnt matter if they do part-time business or not. What matters
is when they are in college, they dedicate their time to the
welfare of their students.
It does matter, your business is to teach and that's what u are paid for.
you cannot think about business in your college. infact you can't even do
business as it will affect you mentally.
legally also it's not allowed.
In my opinion, it will be good if the professors/lecturers
involve/consult in real business/industries. Because, by doing so, they
can really be up-to date with the current trend. Not only that, what
they teach in the class will be from their own industry experience,
which will be of great help to the students.
On the other hand, all that a professional professors/lecturers can do
is just to read a book (or a few) and interpret them. Only a very few
try to stay abreast with the current by properly browsing web, reading
mails from mailing lists, newsgroups, etc.
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