Students here in India give too much attention to the conventional education that they spend most of their lively days dreading just about how to tackle their exams. After all, what’s the biggest lesson they learn from an institution? That knowledge is uninteresting. They quit ‘learning’ as soon as they get what they wanted – a degree or a piece of signed paper. What more harm can be done to the students?

And here we are, wondering why in a country with more than a billion people and so much resources, we have a lesser ratio of artists, technologists, sportspersons, writers, intellectuals and thinkers. Because the youth is afraid and dead!
In our constant efforts to make our life ‘secure’, let’s not forget that we are actually forgetting to ‘live’ the life.

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