Wednesday, January 30, 2013


Comments of MILAN K SINHA (PATNA) in  
The Times Of India dt.30.01.13 11:39 PM

Your comment on the article ''B-schools increasingly loosing shine in India, Assocham says'' is now displayed on

''The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) paper on closure of many B-schools and Engineering colleges in the country is quite revealing. The assertion of D S Rawat, secretary general of Assocham that there is no quality control, the placements are not commensurate with fees being charged, the faculty is not good enough and there is no infrastructure are startling facts. It is very unfortunate that majority of students who pursued their management and engineering education in colleges of tier-2 & tier -3 cities of our country after spending sizeable money and time are not getting suitable employment.This in turn clearly vindicates the allegations that the authorities in HRD ministry, AICTE etc failed to monitor the quality of education being imparted by such institutions through out the country. Isn't this a well thought off racket by education mafias to play with the future of lacs of students so blatantly? Are HRD ministers/authorities at the centre & states listening?''

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Comments of MILAN K SINHA (PATNA) in  
The Times Of India dt.14.01.13 10:46 PM

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''The finding of CBSE is not a news to students and the guardians. In the name of modern and progressive education system in the country, the stress of children at their impressionable age is becoming heavy which, if not checked and corrected , would be disastrous in coming years. Four to six hours quality teaching at school is more than enough for the mental development of any child in this age of information and technological boom. In fact, in most of our schools, the teachers are not adequately qualified, what to talk of properly trained. Many private schools have become the commercial establishments making money by exploiting the guardians to the extent possible. If an independent survey is conducted to look into the sports facilities available to students in the schools and if at all available, how much time the students are engaged in such sports activities on a regular basis, it can very well be observed that our children at large are compelled to be away from sports activities which is so essential for the healthy growth of a child. And on top of this, the inhumane act of loading projects to be completed at home thereby keeping the children stressed further, sometimes beyond redemption for a number of them. CBSE authorities should take into account these facts while preparing the course curriculum as well as  guidelines for school administration to ensure grooming our own children as strong, sensible and responsible citizens of the country.''

                 Will meet again with Open MindAll the Best.

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