The menace of tuition centers

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Imran Muzaffar

In a 20×12 tin shed at Parraypora, a physics teacher is teaching complex equations to around 200 students crammed in one classroom. Outside the ‘classroom’, dozens of youngsters roam around, speeding away on bikes throughout the day, and some wait for girls to come out so that they can pass comments More

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The menace of tuition centers

Why have tuition centers become centres of nuisance for local residents and female students?

CONCERN

IMRAN MUZAFFAR

In a 20×12 tin shed at Parraypora, a physics teacher is teaching complex equations to around 200 students crammed in one classroom. Outside the ‘classroom’, dozens of youngsters roam around, speeding away More



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