Stop burdening the students
23 January, 2013
Students, who are the builders of a nation, should be provided extremely positive and helpful guidance, the kind that can play a vital role in strengthening their confidence, encouraging them to compete in any field. However, currently they are not taught and motivated the way they really deserve. A student enters an educational institute with big expectations and many hopes but he/she just gains 30 to 35 percent knowledge from his/her teacher; the remaining 65 to 70 percent of the burden is on the student's shoulders, which gradually only ends up in confusing the student and making him/her uninterested in the study subjects. If a student, who has only one brain, has to deal with so many unnecessary facets of the local learning process then the degree he/she gets does nothing to educate him/her. To have a love for books is considered to be the ladder towards prosperity for any nation. This can only be achieved through proper guidance and a standardised education system for the student.