What value systems are being portrayed and compared in this film? “Education Should Inspire and Not Despair “
Current education system is developing pressures on student’s head to the extent that some students end up by quitting. Basically, this movie covers the pressure that the students of higher education are facing because of high end expectation from their parents, colleges and faculties. One of the important issues covered in this movie is student's suicide due to pressure and failure in fulfilling the expectations. As such kind of incidents are not good for the society, country and families. Knowledge can’t be imparted at the cost of life. It is time for educational institutions to wake up and develop such methods of imparting education which creates curiosity and inspire the students to develop their talent and reach new heights. We are aware that some institutions are doing this but there are also other institutions that make education a living hell to many students. Instead of creating a learning environment they apt to generate an environment full of pressure, building wrong impressions from the students. That’s why we sometimes think school is punishment, matter of factly. It is time for our educators also to wake up, as some of them transform the most interesting subjects into painful experiences. Parents sometimes also ruin the childhood of their kids by trying to achieve their personal dreams through their children. To achieve this, they coerce them which further move them towards insurgence. In this race, everybody in the system misses or skips the importance of knowledge and its practical usability in life and work. The essence of this movie is that instead of running behind degree and marks, we should focus on getting knowledge and developing skills through knowledge. This will develop excellence in students and make them eligible to do their work more effectively and efficiently.
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