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Text Preview "No, I want my child to study. I want him to get what I did not get in my childhood. I will give him education even if I have to pay a huge amount of money to the educational institutions" These are some lines which are said by the parents of this modern era. Every parent tries their level best to provide quality education to his ward and to fulfill their dreams they spend a lumpsum amount of money so that their ward is able to study in the best educational institution. Schools, coaching centers, educational institutions, etc., are prospering day by day. It seems as if they will give rise to a new industry named educational industry. They charge lumsum amount of money to provide education and the parents blindly spend such amount to educate their ward. But the question is--

ARE THESE INSTITUTIONS PROVIDING EDUCATION OR THEY ARE DOING BUSINESS IN THE NAME OF EDUCATION?? Education was something that was always driven by devotion and thought. Helped by their own volition, teachers were successful potters moulding men and women into the embodiment of an intangible divine force, of rectitude. Sadly though, the twin foundations of money and lust have penetrated the department of education as well, subverting it, leading to the establishment of a commercial education system that manufactures solipsists but doesn’t nurture altruists. While it is true that education must evolve as time passes but commercialisation of education is the worst thing that could ever have happened. Depressingly, we are not averse to the idea of commercialisation. India has become a dirt-pool where ‘educational’ institutions proliferate like mushrooms. And there is none to cleanup! Central to this issue is the changing equations of the role of the teacher. The most sacred and the most important job in the world is that of the teacher.A teacher, hidden in the shadow of the student, must guide him to move ahead and resurrect our broken society. From the time when education started its first... Show More

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