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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Indian Economic Scenario



Indian economy is one of the most capable but inefficient economy. We our self has to realize that we are lacking because we are not working as a unit. No one has the authority to say that India can never achieve. The problem is that we wait for opportunities. Many Indians complain that Indian goods lack in quality. The reason behind this is that we have a vast number of companies, with same type of products. All are competing with each other within the same country not in the world market. We have to increase the quality to that level that could be liked by all. No India based company has set up a monopoly like success in India. If some companies group together and form cooperative and further form joint sector along with the govt. they could not only become successful in India but also in the world. It would then result in decreasing imports and increasing imports, an increase in the per capita income etc. But before this we will require innovation and control on overflowing population. Govt. of India needs to tackle the situation but they are ineffective as the one child policy would affect their vote banks. Other than that they are themselves corrupt to a large extent. Their corruption is a reason of ineffectiveness of law enforcement and lack of awareness of citizens. We need strong, innovative and daring entrepreneurs who have the courage of taking risks as it is well said that ‘Greater the risk, Greater the reward. Now let’s move on to the other phase of India – the poor section. Poverty in India is a major drawback as the conditions are so worse that they suffer from basic necessities. Govt. policies always remained unimplemented.
India always have the potential to become a superpower but the majority of people are in a dilemma that we already have achieved everything, our culture is the best in the world. These people and all others have to realize that there is still a lot of work to be done!

Sunday, July 21, 2013

The Horrifying Education System



NCERT syllabus is making an unwanted base for students. They are just imposing a theoretical environment on students. They are just bounding the students and their capabilities to a certain extent. Education in India is accepted as a competition not as a medium of gaining knowledge. If a child has an interest and innovation for a particular topic he cannot concentrate on that topic because he has to give attention to all other topics which is out of his interest. He is compelled to be a part of this unproductive system. Policy makers don't about those who want to make their career outside the education field. Also about the sports persons. The real innovators also cannot afford to become school dropout for their further research nor can they compete with those robots. Simultaneously they choose Suicide as the way to get rid of this frustration. Rest of them drains their brains to abroad. When those people become successful there, we proudly say that they were of Indian origin. Because of this system the future of India – Youths have lost their individual verdict. The trend of having engineering, MBBS or CA or IAS as the ambition is a result of the loss of individual verdict. These people not only ruin their own life but simultaneously life of others also. Education nowadays is also transformed into business. Coaching classes promises students of ranks and percentages but do they assure students of generating innovation.
When a teacher tells students that how a certain theory solves a problem, the result would be students coming with the different ways of solving problems through that theory or similar theories but when a teacher tells about the concepts  and their practical utility students would come up with different applications. What do we prefer - definitely applications as what are the use of a theory if it could not have results. We need not require robots or cyborgs, we need humans. We don’t need workers, we need innovators. If the schools, guardians and students themselves are result oriented, then they must check their results in practical field and applications of knowledge not the theoretical one. Introduction to practical knowledge and telling the utility of topics could increase innovation among students. Also, the use of technology could add up in increasing innovators.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

An open letter to Irrational Indians




Any belief that is not reasonable is a superstition. Irrationals who believe in horoscopes, I want to ask them that if you already know that tomorrow will be a happy day then jump in front of a running train because you know that it won’t harm you. Does every ritual perfect deed will have a positive result? I and many other people who don’t believe in your customs should have burnt in hell, why we are still alive. Why you not go for a ban on water purifiers as they affect your religious feelings because your holy rivers are already pure. Why do you require 5-6 children to realize that it not depends on child to bring good luck? Why don’t you ask your God directly for your well being, what is the use of performing rituals. Will a Kundli match leads to your children live a comfortable life. Just give us the reason why your God needs sacrifice from you and why do you still follow these customs despite of not having any positive results. Who assures you about the success that will come to you through these rituals? Just ask your jagirdar (God) that will he come to save you during a disaster. If every think happens according to your God then why don’t you blame your God?
Pollution in India is not limited to only air, water or land, but the most dangerous pollution in front of us are you – Irrationals! Stop these nonsense you fools because it is because of you we are unable to develop, our rivers are ruined, our countries economy is affected, we Indians have our reputation ruined.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Law and Law Enforcement

Law and Law Enforcement are dependable on each other. According to me - A law must accommodate with the time, should be manageable, beneficial for the maximum, convenient to be understood and which is agreed to our conscience. Let’s see where India stands in law and law enforcement.
In India whether we look at the past or the present we will find out that Indians have a craze of making maximum laws which are followed irrelevantly. These laws don’t range with the time nor are they such that can help law enforcement. UN recommends approximately a minimum of about 222 police officers per 100,000 people. India has just 130. Our respected Democratic Secular representatives have the budget for religious subsidies but not for raising the number and quality of law enforcement. We need laws that could make a fear among the criminal minds that they can never think of doing the crime. Those who think capital punishment should be banned from India and the NHRC; I want to ask them do they take the responsibility of providing us a safe environment. NHRC is made up for humans not for these threats of the society. And why only just hanging we need to give them as rigorous punishment as possible because these inhumans are without any feelings, they would not have any difficulty in facing punishment. It’s high time now. We need to give a perfect reply to those merciless.
But it’s totally unfair to blame only the law and law enforcement. It’s not only the responsibility of the police to safeguard our society but we ourselves are also responsible for it. Police and judiciary needs cooperation from us. But we all don’t want to even talk to police, we can bare crimes but fear to report it, we fear to go to courts even as a witness because it could affect our self proclaimed reputation. I remember a quote during Nazi Germany- “When the Nazis came for the communists, I remained silent; I was not a communist. When they locked up the social democrats, I remained silent; I was not a social democrat. When they came for the trade unionists, I did not speak out; I was not a trade unionist. When they came for the Jews, I remained silent; I wasn't a Jew. When they came for me, there was no one left to speak out.” So if you don’t speak up for others, the next victim could be you yourself.