Such an initiative is necessary because, at the end it is the student who needs to pay the larger amount of the fees and not anybody else. The government needs their country’s youth to study and grown up to build influential business and get employed at top posts in multinationals and in a way serve the economic growth of the country. This is natural because if a business grows in a country, the government will also earn hefty income in the form of taxes. On the other hand, all the universities who are attracting bright students to come and study in their campuses, are also looking to boast about their individual teaching and research materials which is made of an exquisite value for the students. Moreover, the universities also want the future entrepreneurs to have their name on their profile advertising and promoting a university’s name worldwide indicated by business owners often mentioning names like ‘Harvard Graduate’ or ‘Oxford Graduate’ and so on. So the universities also take pride in having their name displayed by a student who goes ahead and builds a large multinational business. This has two disadvantages; one, the government is becoming more and more dependent on the university taxes that it earns including intellectual property registration by faculty members, and two, the universities in their pursuit of only producing bright students are losing their hold on the ideology of education for all as being their foremost and only motto while teaching students. This has also made the universities increase their fees substantially and this gives rise to many bright students intellectually who could never afford to take admission in a prestigious university and take teaching from a renowned faculty.