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Hello Abhijit Bhattacharya,
I am with Pon w.r.t. your statement/opinion.
Also, I think you haven't read thru the initial comments/remarks in this thread--where the focus has been differentiated between 'degree' & 'knowledge'
If one generalizes based on exceptions, then I am afraid we only end-up with a lop-sided view, and consequently lop-sided decisions--whether in careers or organizations.
We can take many similar examples of exceptional individuals--closer home Dhirubhai Ambani being the most notable & further equivalent to Bill Gates being Steve Jobs who expired today.
Suggest you to re-read ALL the initial responses in this thread--would clarify your queries to a large extent.

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Friends,
Well, the topic is much open for discussion. In my view degree matters if see in our Indian context. They are many people in the universities without having much experience. But I can say that experience we can gain at any point of time but degrees not the hot cakes to buy from the market.

From India, Bangalore

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