Careers at stake
It will be too premature to ban these centres without considering other important facts
Students preparing for JEE, NEET, CLAT, CMAT, UGAT, etc. Entrance Exams are in the midst of their academic session. Thousands of careers are at stake which is a matter of grave concern. The problem, if not taken care of, will leave the students with a soul crushing pain and an irreparable loss.
Since the session is under way and most of the competitive exams are going to be held in April, it wonít be practically possible to meet all the upgradation requirements of the infrastructure within such a short span of time. But at the same time all the coaching centres are up for providing the students with all the basics facilities like drinking water, wash rooms, proper carpeting etc. without any time lag. Though most of the coaching centres have all these basic facilities already in place.
While it remains a fact that the career of thousands of students is a collective concern of the Govt., Coaching Centres, Public in general and parents in particular, the situation demands to follow a course that ensures to safeguard thousands of priceless careers.
Certain compelling conditions have forced the coaching centres to stop their routine class work which only means that our talented students are losing crucial time. As a result of which they face utter discouragement that hampers their self-confidence badly and shatters them mentally.
Keeping in view the careers of thousands of innocent students, we appeal all the ranks of government to look into the matter from the perspective of much worried students and allow the coaching centres to resume the class work and complete the syllabus without any hindrance till April 2013.
We assure the Department of Education of our full support and reiterate our commitment that all the coaching centres will implement and abide by the guidelines in letter and spirit from April onwards.
(The author represents Coaching Centers Association, Parraypora, Airport Road, Srinagar)
Lastupdate on : Mon, 28 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 28 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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