Dec 08, 2023
Dec 08, 2023
More by : Dr. Varanasi Ramabrahmam
|Thank you so much Prof. Sidhu for the kind attention and learned observation and enlightening comments. REgards.|
It was a great delight to read your observations on the emerging private educational institutes and universities wherein teaching is devoid of true commitments to imparting knowledge. This is true that such institutes are no better than the shops for marketing fake goods, cheating customers and doing a great disservice to the nation and society. The teachers too don't enjoy any respectable status and honorable position in these modern business dens promising a rosy future. It is in fact a deplorable situation. It is immediately desired that some regulatory measures are initiated and enforced to discipline these erring institutes and universities.
Congrats for taking up the issue!
Prof. BS Sidhu
|Thank you so much Sri RKBhushan for your kind attention and learned response. I am encouraged and inspired. Regards.|
|Dear Dr. Varanasi,|
You deserve a full-throated compliment for courageously exposing the masters exploiting the modern bonded labour. Your analysis of the situation is absolutely correct and requires urgent correction. Suerly, the teachers, qualified, highly qualified or otherwise are suffering unwarranted disgrace and humiliation at the hands of the mercenaries. This is a direct outcome of the liberalization of edcation in the country and even the political masters are hand-in-glove with their beneficiaries.
Of course, we are passing through a grave crisis in the whole process of governance and we are helplessly watching the game they are playing in connivance with a mass of our fraternity.
In the past five years, I have been working in such institutions, though maintaining dignity and decorum quite reasonably, after serving for 37 years in so-called well-organized and well-managed institution where also things are far from satisfactory. Love of knowledge and scholarship is a remote reality. Human and educational values are weighed in the same scales as commercial values.
Let us do our bit and carry on with the missionary zeal to mend matters as the light is always there at the end of the tunnle..........