ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Marking Time

September 20, 1969 would appear to be one of the ways out. Once the problem is stated to them, consultants should be left alone to complete their assessments; they should furthermore be instructed to freely admit and note their shortcomings if they have affected the assessment. The consultant will thus be subjected to a self-assessment and will presumably take steps to correct his lacunae. It may happen, in very special cases, that there are only one or two really competent persons in a given technology, and they are themselves promoters. In such cases, too, a consulting firm which deals with a similar subject can make a better assessment than non-technical bank staff. In the process, the country benefits by getting a few more people acquainted with the new technology.

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