Post Mortem

At ease! Government school students

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 5/12/2019 12:51:56 PM IST

 Life is interesting when you experience everything it offers which is accessible in the most common and appropriate manner. For those who are rich and those that are poor, irrespective of the status, everyone has their own method of being contended and dissatisfied with the way they welcome scenarios when alive. But for the most part, we are equally guilty for clinging to decade’s long stereotypical notion by classifying schools with the individuals or organizations that presides over it. In our state, private and government owned schools are like opposite sexes standing over common grounds under guardians with interesting characters (least that is what you’d call it), for we inject opioids of knowledge and move our tongues and minds to the instructions transmitted by the euphoric sensation but never seem to detect the corrosion which is turning us into effigies made of dust and yet we care too less for we are what we are, a “free race” who murdered conscience and humbleness under the shadows of the gods.

It’s not about why are some of our life’s so torturous when we are to die, for that is the science behind our rhetoric existence, our destiny. Likewise, there will not be a change of any sort in a student’s academics even if you swap teachers from private educational institutions and place them in government educational institutions because it’s the students who speak for themselves relying on absolutely no one. The school administration regardless of it being private or government owned, no matter how stringent the rules may be, or how harsh they try to break the students in order to make them walk in a single straight line, if the individual is not vying to cooperate, it’s the same as walking over dead trees hoping they’ll regrow again.  No teacher will try to eschew the capabilities and creativities of their students for every one of them want their pupils to prosper terminating those proxy teachers in some government owned schools.

Parents/guardians have their due share of responsibility here as well since they admit their wards (where some are private school dropouts) to government schools while some admit them due to financial constraint. Now what part of your sense makes you sure that your ward will prosper when he/she is a private school dropout? For in your minds you’ve already created the synopsis for government schools crediting better discipline, moral code of conduct and better qualified teachers to private schools over government schools. However, I being taught under both the sectors can only advice you to wipe that notion of creating assumptions over hearsay. Both the administrations work to the core to nurture the students in the most pristine way, but like the aforementioned lines, it all depends on the student. I’ve stumbled over friends who will leave the walls of the classroom with tobacco stains (both government and private school students) and never regret a deed even though they are aware of the repercussions if caught. Now what do you make of that, bad administration or unfit teachers? The answer is none, for it all depends on the individual. Go out and explore this world of confusion for everything has a two sided approach and once you do, you’d find no reasons in picking sides because that which encloses you will echo “liberty.”

Thotchanmung Jamang, Wungram Colony, (thot1289@gmail.com)

 

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