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  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 5 years ago


    Even irrational people do not go for killing.


  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 5 years ago


    Entering into worshiping places like temples, churches and mosques etc are free and no need of paying money for worshiping our favorite Gods and Goddesses. Everybody can enter at any time and worship the God according to their interest. But in educational institution, it is not possible. Students have to pay money for getting quality education. It is not possible for all the children in our country because of so many of them are under poverty-line and struggling to get their daily food. The parents of these children do not have enough money to spend for their children's education. I think that in some states,  some government institutions provide free education for the students. But the quality of education is very poor. Therefore, these children cannot get good job because there are number of high qualified students are around them. Struggling with talented students are not easy for the children of the poor people. If the government is ready to give free and quality education to the poor, we can uplift the present condition of these people.


  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 5 years ago


    The government schools are free for poor people and in fact for most people and even when fees are charged it is a very nominal amount. However, many schools have no proper infra structure and even basic amenities thanks to our politicians who show expenses on paper and swallow the funds. But to say quality is poor is wrong since the teachers try their level best inspite of these short comings and the curicculum is the same for all educational institutions. If only the state governments compensate the teachers well, they may become motivated to give out their best. 


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  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 5 years ago


    The very purpose of education is to get Bread and butter, besides the knowledge to stay in the race especially in these days of Digitization. Though religion is also is needed, for spiritual awakening, it must be always kept in such a place, where there is no possibility of obstruction in providing knowledge and a livelihood.

     


  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 5 years ago


    Govt schools do have motivated teachers. But they are not paid well and infrastructure is also not adequate. It is time govts should pay attention to improving these schools and taking good care  of teaching staff at as near to Central school standards. Between religion and education, the latter will take care of the former but reverse will not happen.


  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 5 years ago


    In the good old days Schools in fact were started as a learning center by the various religious groups...It is only with the advent of British that we got proper schools where a set educational system began. Before that different subjects were taught to a chosen few , mainly the Brahmins and the Rajputs along with religious studies. Now we see a total bifurcation of the two , with Religion having nothing to do with studies depending on the needs of the society and in years to come things may again change !


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  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 5 years ago


    vijay wrote:

    Govt schools do have motivated teachers. But they are not paid well and infrastructure is also not adequate. It is time govts should pay attention to improving these schools and taking good care  of teaching staff at as near to Central school standards. Between religion and education, the latter will take care of the former but reverse will not happen.

    It is not true that teachers of government schools are not paid well. It is right that infrastructure is not adequate in government schools. 

     


  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 5 years ago


    anil wrote:
    vijay wrote:

    Govt schools do have motivated teachers. But they are not paid well and infrastructure is also not adequate. It is time govts should pay attention to improving these schools and taking good care  of teaching staff at as near to Central school standards. Between religion and education, the latter will take care of the former but reverse will not happen.

    It is not true that teachers of government schools are not paid well. It is right that infrastructure is not adequate in government schools. 

     

    The pay scale for government schools is good but what most people are not aware is that nearly 40% of the government run school staff is temporary and they are sometimes never made permanent even when there is vacancy unless they have high level influence. The temporary staff is paid daily wages which is a fixed amount and never paid on time...The basic amenities in many schools are extremely poor and the teachers are burdened with extra work like Census and data collection by the state government for which an extra Rs 100 per day is given which is supposed to take care of their conveyance charge too..


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 5 years ago


    anil wrote:
    vijay wrote:

    Govt schools do have motivated teachers. But they are not paid well and infrastructure is also not adequate. It is time govts should pay attention to improving these schools and taking good care  of teaching staff at as near to Central school standards. Between religion and education, the latter will take care of the former but reverse will not happen.

    It is not true that teachers of government schools are not paid well. It is right that infrastructure is not adequate in government schools. 

     

    The pay scale for government schools is good but what most people are not aware is that nearly 40% of the government run school staff is temporary and they are sometimes never made permanent even when there is vacancy unless they have high level influence. The temporary staff is paid daily wages which is a fixed amount and never paid on time...The basic amenities in many schools are extremely poor and the teachers are burdened with extra work like Census and data collection by the state government for which an extra Rs 100 per day is given which is supposed to take care of their conveyance charge too..


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 5 years ago


    anil wrote:
    vijay wrote:

    Govt schools do have motivated teachers. But they are not paid well and infrastructure is also not adequate. It is time govts should pay attention to improving these schools and taking good care  of teaching staff at as near to Central school standards. Between religion and education, the latter will take care of the former but reverse will not happen.

    It is not true that teachers of government schools are not paid well. It is right that infrastructure is not adequate in government schools. 

     

    The pay scale for government schools is good but what most people are not aware is that nearly 40% of the government run school staff is temporary and they are sometimes never made permanent even when there is vacancy unless they have high level influence. The temporary staff is paid daily wages which is a fixed amount and never paid on time...The basic amenities in many schools are extremely poor and the teachers are burdened with extra work like Census and data collection by the state government for which an extra Rs 100 per day is given which is supposed to take care of their conveyance charge too..


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


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