"Trainees should not just be trained to live in a democracy when they mature; they need to have the chance to reside in one today."-- Alfie Kohn Students are trained to reside in democracy and to abide by it. But, the brutal side of democracy and the major fall out of Indian education system appears when the headings bring news of trainee suicides, unfaithful and opening of non-registered colleges, and so on. Loopholes in education system take away from India's future. The nation is denied access to its human resource because of bad logistics. The more youthful brains of the society have to be mindful and devoid of unnecessary anxiety as India's future depends on them.
Students'political advocacy is a country's pride; be it versus intensifying criminal activity rates, the spiral down of the economy, demonetisation or other issue, students have always raised their voices.< div design="font-size: 25px; border: 1px solid #fff; cushioning: 20px; float: left; font-weight: bolder; font-family: Montserrat; width: 40 %;"> Careers of over 200
trainees are at stake since the college authorities deceived them. This year, the off school
colleges of Birla Institute of Innovation(BIT) are playing host to utter unrest. The mayhem continues as trainees are being rejected the fundamental right of a certified academic certification. The BIT Patna website draws in students for
admission to its Architecture course claiming it to be registered under the University Grants Commission(UGC)in addition to under the Council of Architecture (CoA). However, both the statutory bodies reject registration of the particular course of the college. Careers of over 200 architecture students are at stake due to the fact that the college authorities have actually misled them. Students are protesting for the right to their difficult earned future, which appears uncertain in the middle of the mayhem the school is going through. A student of Architecture says that he sees utmost darkness for himself also
when it comes to the other 180 trainees of his department. The placards holding, agitating students are going through a really significant phase, which will define their future. With students raising their voices, all we anticipate is that this course must be signed up by UGC and CoA, at
the really least, for this batch. The post BIT Trainees Oppose As Careers Of 200 Architecture Trainees Hang By A Thread appeared very first and initially on Youth Ki Awaaz, an award-winning online platform that serves as the center of thoughtful viewpoints and reportage on the world's most pressing problems, as experienced by the existing generation. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to learn more.