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Power Education

November 17, 2009

Its true that education is a power. I think teachers should be held in the highest esteem. A good education will open doors and never shut them. I have a college degree, but I think I might go back for a masters. I feel great when I am in a classroom, why not nurture that? A believe a teacher should be held in high esteem only if she is a good teacher… do u know teacher making rude remarks at students, how it damages them psychologically.

True education is that which makes us bow down in humility. It is that which shapes our nature and character. It can definitely not be the letters and the books we read but the realization that we attain from the same.

Teachers are responsible to a great extent in building the character of a student. Therefore, they should always be careful of the language and actions they use while teaching. Also, i feel teachers should always try to make lessons more interesting by adopting unconventional ways of studies. Like initiating debates, taking students to an educational trip etc … I think this really breaks the monotony of classroom study and makes the students more receptive.

India is so backward in providing education to all poor children. We the educated and more affluent must look into this problem and do something about it.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. dushyantmk permalink
    November 17, 2009 11:36 am

    Hello Bindia,

    Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving comments. It is nice to see your views about India’s educational system.

    One thing which is quite essential is that, in any developed nation, people who are way to high in academics take up the teaching profession and take the duties to pass the knowledge to another generation. while in India, the worst of the lot, unable to find any job elsewhere get the faculty department at the schools and colleges.

    what do you think?

    Nice to see you around!

  2. Braja permalink
    November 17, 2009 12:26 pm

    Hi Bindi….thanks for your comment on my post. I don’t write on WordPress often; my main blog is at —- I post there regularly 🙂

  3. November 17, 2009 4:42 pm

    A good teacher is a guide that walks with you hand in hand along your path, not pushing or shoving. They are rare these days.

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