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J Liaquat Uni Med Health Sci. 2007; 6(3): 92-93


TECHNICAL COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES AND MEDICAL RESEARCH

Peter Baillie.

Abstract
There are no South Asian universities in the top 100 in
the world as assessed by the stringent objective Peking
criteria.1 There are many reasons for this but the
most important understands what a university does as
opposed to a technical college, which is unclear to
many senior academicians but is easily correctable
and has a profound influence on the type and quality
of research carried out by universities.



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