Well friends, another one bite the dust. Treating you all with another itch, an article.
Dedicating my post to the younger generation, who are the future of every parent as well as each country.
So without speak much, I straight away bounce on the topic. Here we Go…………..
Is this The Education We Wanted/Want For Our Children
I was shocked when some months back, I came across a News…”Admission racket in DU busted, three arrested”
Well I was not shocked at the news, but at what was inside the news…A girl aspirant who had scored 91 per cent in Class XII, gets fake caste certificates for Rs. three to five lakhs for getting her admitted in B.Com course in the institution.
Hey, I mean after getting 91%, she still has to get fake caste certificates to get admitted to a Good College…. Isn’t it ridiculous…. At one end we talk about stopping corruption and at the very start of our children’s career they or we have to corrupt ourselves/themselves…. What sort of Education is this? What short of Democracy is this??????
Its time that the youth rises up, understands their potential, breaks the shackles and protests against all this Murky Business…otherwise…that day isn’t far when Humanity, Luv, Honesty, Hard work and Generosity would just be words only found in books, loosing their actual meaning and essence..
I am an educator, and I just love this profession. But today’s news has just…left jitters in my mind and heart…. Well if the seeds which the Farmer sows…start to rotten up in the beginning only, then how can their be a good yield…
The students who are the future of our Country, study hard to score good marks. And even after doing so they are not getting good colleges…Thanks to the system of merit and quota ………The same students who dream to be Engineers, Doctors, Managers, Singers, Dancers, and Photographers…etc…fight at bottom level with one another…..for the best opportunities……and when things get tougher…..they indulge into corruption…..like…the few students did in the above-mentioned news……
I feel so pained and would strikingly ask the prevailing system that, “Kambakhton Kam ke Kam Students Ko to Baqsho….. and let them study peacefully in an healthier environment, to make a better country.”
Being an Educationist, I feel its our responsibility to vouch for our younger generations, who really want to Make A Difference. Well I am doing my small part and I promise I won’t stop.
At the end, I am forced to ask all the Parents and Elders that, “Is this The Education We Wanted/Want For Our Children?”
Please request all to take 15 minutes out of your busy schedule and read the complete note and ask your friends too, to read, share and comment so that a small roar can be heard…
That’s it for the day. Have a nice ride through mythoughtjunction.
Will be treating you all with some more stuff…..very soon.
Till then, parking my thoughts.
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