Technological Inclusion - Infrastructural Inclusion
Kota Suryanarayana Sastry Bhasker Yogendra
Associate Professor Assistant Professor
Aurora’s Degree & PG College NIBM
Chikkadpally, Hyderabad Khairathabad, Hyderabad
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As teachers, we observe many things which are cyclical /repetitive every academic year, even though the batches of students are always different. One of these recurring phenomena is that we have to struggle with individual students who are at various stages of learning/grasping even though the academic year begins for the entire batch at one single point of time. Just as the participants of the marathon who never finish the distance together, these students also, inevitably, seem to lag behind or fall by the way side. Either they neglect the basic duty of a student as to revising the previous sessions before stepping into the next session or they ignore the assignments/projects given to enhance their understanding of the subject or they just don’t care a damn about the academics at all. This predicament is indeed reminiscent of one of the most vividly remembered childhood stories, that of the Hare and the Tortoise, both protagonists representing the attitudes of the students, a vast majority falling in the first category – having talent but woefully wasted. Once a gap develops between the student and the teacher, very soon the gap becomes a void and eventually the taught find themselves stranded on a different planet vis-a-vis the teacher. A somewhat similar drama can be witnessed in the world of technology.
Ever since the industrial revolution, technology has always been the privilege and private pleasure of the upper most strata of the population. With passage of time since the day of an innovation, mass production techniques of the industrial