Buoyed by the success of several sting operations of opposition leaders that have resulted in his party gaining momentum in Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal is all set to start India’s first college that will teach students the art of making a successful sting. Speaking exclusively to Faking News from Delhi he said, “Although we have come up with several videos in the last few years our country basically lacks skilled manpower in this field. I will thus be opening a college in Delhi to teach students the basics of a sting operation.”
The three year Bachelors degree in Applied Sting Operation Science has been approved by the HRD ministry and the admissions will begin from the year 2015. The college will be set up in a sprawling 4.5 acres of land near Dwarka. Arvind Kejriwal has declined to comment on the funds he received for setting up the college while his party has gone on the defensive stating everything is put up on the party website and that it is an opposition ploy to tarnish their leaders image. Students though are ecstatic to hear about such a course coming up in India. Prathamesh Duggal, 23, a final year Engineering student says, “I will never get a job with my Btech degree. I plan to take up this new course next year which has so much scope in this current scenario.”
The top brass of the HRD ministry are optimistic regarding the future of such courses in India. They say after years of policy paralysis which had brought about a halt in staring new courses in several universities , ‘Acche Din ‘ have finally arrived. One such official on condition of anonymity said, “Yesterday ,we cleared a proposal for starting two year course in taking selfies which had been unapproved in the previous UPA regime.”
The talks doing the round is Arvind Kejriwal will be the principle of the college and another important leader Shajiya Ilmi will be his deputy. Aashutosh looks certain to be the training and placement head due to his contacts with powerful media houses. The opposition, who had been on the receiving end of such sting operation fear the emergence of professional in such fields will only deepen their misery. They chose not to react on the issue.