Just help them out
It is really sad and unfortunate to know that the suicidal tendencies are on the rise, especially among the students. These unfortunate occurrences often come to light during the times of the final examinations. Sadly, I am bumping into such news in the newspapers almost on daily basis. In this context, serious and urgent steps are required to be taken on the part of the teaching community and fraternity to assist the students with their problems psychologically and emotionally. In fact such steps will go a long way in matters of moulding the students and soothing their minds greatly.
Besides that, the teachers are to the students what the parents are to their children. And this also implies that the teachers are clinically similar to the parents. In the context of many painful stories about the relationship between the teachers and the students, the time has now come to allay fears and rumours about the strict teachers. The term ‘strict’ never means ‘harsh’. The word ‘strict’ can be better termed ‘exact’ and ‘precise’.
To start with, it is only the strict teachers who are not only aggressively fighting for the good cause of the students but also taking care of the pupils in all possible manners. Second, the teachers have every moral right to give reports about the performance of their students. Third, only those students who cherish and dispay respect and regard for their tutors, are able to outshine in the educational and scholastic activities. Fourth, serious and effective steps are needed to strengthen good rapport in the teacher-student relationships. Fifth, teachers alone can go to great lengths in matters of moulding the tender minds into good shape for the futuristic purposes. Finally, the teachers are good-natured and the bestever coaches on the earth to keep the students on the right track.
Education is a powerful tool that can change the world. Today the youths are keen on learning the new things besides their curriculum. And interestingly, parents are taking utmost care of the educational needs of their children. Having said this, how about jobs? Creating the right jobs for the educated is of immense importance. Otherwise it backfires on the educated youth who may be forced to turn to the wrong jobs, including the suicidal tendencies.
The educational institutes churn out numerous students every year. And though the statistical figures are alarming and interesting, such things are undoubtedly good signs. Moreover, the youths after education should not constrain themselves on getting jobs alone; instead, the workstations must create the conducive environment to encourage the employees to learn further. The continuous learning process not only helps the employees go to the next level in their jobs but also paves the way for attaining the sharp intellect. Finally, bold, urgent and timely strategies are needed in order to increase the job influx at par with the emerging education sectors the sooner the better. —Via email