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Is Guru or Teachers Honoured as they were honoured in past

Asked by Anis Patel, 28 Jan '09 12:44 pm
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If a person has chosen the career - education - due to his / her love for educatation - he or she will definitely will work hard to teach proffessionlly well and is bound to win the confidence / respect from his her students.
in India quality of eduction has gone down because faculty is required to hndle more number of students - some times more thn 50 to 100 students re in one class. This reduces the chances of sensible interction between student and faculty (teacher or say guru).
quality of eduction is better in mny foreign countries because there - persons are taking up a profession of techer - as passion and are well paid.
Answered by PANIWALA A, 31 Jan '09 10:54 pm

 
  
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I think no.

in recent times wen teacher beats any1 no1 kisi me himmat nhi hoti thi ki ghar pr bta de.

lekin ajkl aise kai case mil jayenge jaha techers ko peeta gya ho ya unke hath kat diye gye ho.
Answered by abhishek, 28 Jan '09 12:47 pm

 
  
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I think no
Answered by sumati gayki, 09 Oct '09 09:28 am

 
  
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