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Good evening readers :)
Been a while since I blogged, eh? Well, don’t have to miss me anymore. Pallavi is back! ;)
Well.. Today there has been a lot of talk about our elders’ responsibilities towards us, around me. Unfortunately, I could not join all those discussions, thanks to some technical issues with my FB profile 8-| duh! But here I am now :D
Straight to the issue - my two cents on that!
It is true that, parents, teachers and our elders are our decision makers. Our parents gave birth to us. They would always want the best for us. I feel that, in wanting the BEST for us, they have sorta pushed us into a path that is no less than a pressure cooker. True, we have resources in abundance now. But, the competition is even more fierce.
It is here that the educational institutions and colleges come in to picture. Their view of competition has changed from being the best in quality to being the best in business. See the large hoardings, posters and advertisements daily on the route from Koti to Naryanguda, from SR Nagar to Ameerpet, from Malekpet to Dilsukhnagar - it looks like a market of colleges. Is this what it has come to?
Competition is a healthy sport to bring the best quality from within us. Somehow, the educational institutions today have forgotten that. Their focus has shifted from being the best in student grooming, to being the best in name and fame.
Little do they realize that real value comes from practicing something real. Our educational institutions need to realize this pronto! Parents and other decision makers of students need to support each other and work towards the betterment of students.
Pallavi thinks - A collective effort is required to make something happen.
Blogging out now! xx
Seriously.. I hate my job. I get no happiness from it. I have no productivity from it. YES! I HATE MY JOB!!!
The only thing I think about on my job is when to get the bloody hell out of the office. ~x(
It may be fun for some. But it is not fun for me. This is so seriously assed up ridicule…
I just became (by the virtue of some luck) a Graduate. But somehow deep inside i don’t feel like one. There are a number of reasons for that. One of the primary reasons is the apathetic behavior of Mumbai University towards its students. I can compare it to one of the many Black Holes in space…