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No Need to Shut Coaching Centres

January 11, 2022 |

The decision of the civil administration to shut coaching centres is going to have an impact on serious studies of students who have been denied proper schooling for almost two years now since the lockdown was announced in March 2020. Notwithstanding the merits or demerits in form of charging fees by the coaching institutes, the fact of the matter is that they continue to engage students to study in a proper format otherwise the students would for sure be at a loss due to their failure to cover the syllabus on time since most of the private schools have now developed a ritual of mailing the entire syllabus to parents and put ball in their court. This cumbersome process of covering syllabus is taxing not only for students but for the parents as well who rush to deposit fees on time otherwise most of the private schools struck the students from the rolls reflecting upon the scenario of education in non-governmental sector where money means results and marks cards while the government schools which offer free education to girls and boys from the marginalized sections of society and where the best among lot are teaching. Pertinently, the government teachers are recruited from a regimented screening process on merit while private dispensation have no such mechanism to derive their lot from merit. In the private sector, the qualification matters but there is no entrance process to see the meritorious in. The moot point is that the administration could have devised a plan for coaching centres wherein the number of students admitted per class would be less with Covid Appropriate Behaviour observed strictly but closing these centres means pushing students to online mess as they as usual would engage themselves in games rather than studies as evident from the past record. The number of students who are forcing parents to hand over mobiles for games have increased dramatically with the result the impact is more on health. The government and in particular the education department should conduct a survey on the use of mobile phones by students and seek responses from the parents on a real time basis. The sampling of the survey could be used as yardstick to analyze the trend of cellphone addiction assuming alarming proportions due to continuous viewing during the online classes as they keep the classes on live mode while the teacher delivers the lecture as directed by the school authorities. Surprisingly, the Sunday market in Srinagar was thrown open for the public who thronged it in droves throwing CAB in the dustbins as the rush peaked from morning to the evening as vendors were seen winding up their business late Sunday evening. Even Srinagar streets or mohallas are not adhering to the prescribed norms in the wake of spike in cases.

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No Need to Shut Coaching Centres

January 11, 2022 |

The decision of the civil administration to shut coaching centres is going to have an impact on serious studies of students who have been denied proper schooling for almost two years now since the lockdown was announced in March 2020. Notwithstanding the merits or demerits in form of charging fees by the coaching institutes, the fact of the matter is that they continue to engage students to study in a proper format otherwise the students would for sure be at a loss due to their failure to cover the syllabus on time since most of the private schools have now developed a ritual of mailing the entire syllabus to parents and put ball in their court. This cumbersome process of covering syllabus is taxing not only for students but for the parents as well who rush to deposit fees on time otherwise most of the private schools struck the students from the rolls reflecting upon the scenario of education in non-governmental sector where money means results and marks cards while the government schools which offer free education to girls and boys from the marginalized sections of society and where the best among lot are teaching. Pertinently, the government teachers are recruited from a regimented screening process on merit while private dispensation have no such mechanism to derive their lot from merit. In the private sector, the qualification matters but there is no entrance process to see the meritorious in. The moot point is that the administration could have devised a plan for coaching centres wherein the number of students admitted per class would be less with Covid Appropriate Behaviour observed strictly but closing these centres means pushing students to online mess as they as usual would engage themselves in games rather than studies as evident from the past record. The number of students who are forcing parents to hand over mobiles for games have increased dramatically with the result the impact is more on health. The government and in particular the education department should conduct a survey on the use of mobile phones by students and seek responses from the parents on a real time basis. The sampling of the survey could be used as yardstick to analyze the trend of cellphone addiction assuming alarming proportions due to continuous viewing during the online classes as they keep the classes on live mode while the teacher delivers the lecture as directed by the school authorities. Surprisingly, the Sunday market in Srinagar was thrown open for the public who thronged it in droves throwing CAB in the dustbins as the rush peaked from morning to the evening as vendors were seen winding up their business late Sunday evening. Even Srinagar streets or mohallas are not adhering to the prescribed norms in the wake of spike in cases.


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Owner, Printer, Publisher, Editor: Farooq Ahmad Wani
Legal Advisor: M.J. Hubi
Printed at: Abid Enterprizes, Zainkote Srinagar
Published from: Gulshanabad Chraresharief Budgam
RNI No.: JKENG/2010/33802
Office No’s: 0194-2451076, 9622924716 , 9419400056
Postal Regd No: SK/135/2010-2019
Administrative Office: Abi Guzer Srinagar

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