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‘Failure of education more destructive than missiles’

Dhanabir maintained that the teachers and parents play a vital role in grooming the young minds not only in mainstream education but also in terms of social deeds and behaviour.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 9 May 2022, 3:11 pm

(PHOTO: IFP)
(PHOTO: IFP)

 

Failure of the education system is more destructive than a powerful missile as a society run by people getting ambiguous education will lead to failure and downfall in all aspects, said social commentator Dhanabir Laishram on Monday.

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He was speaking as the chief guest during the inauguration of Bachpan Play School, Imphal at Keishamthong Hodam Leirak, Imphal West on Monday.

Dhanabir maintained that the teachers and parents play a vital role in grooming the young minds not only in mainstream education but also in terms of social deeds and behaviour. 

He highlighted that teaching the children only in English language will misguide the children. He further stressed the need to explain the rhyme or lessons in the mother tongue of the children.

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He further elaborated the need to let the child know their responsibility in a pleasing manner and make them socialise or else they will grow up as a dependent person in every aspect and remain as introverts.

"Teachers are regarded as human engineers and they are the one who are moulding the future of the society," he said, apprising the teachers of the institute to stick to their ethics and principles.

The function was attended by counsellor of Bachpan, Imphal Nepram Geetabali as president; MD of RaDiant Group Nepram Romio as guest of honour and Bachpan Team, New Delhi Abhishek Sachdeva as special invitee.

 
 
 

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First published:9 May 2022, 3:11 pm

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