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Monday, October 10, 2011

Whether it should be mentioned in our report cards that we go to tuition classes or not?

Hello friends, tuition classes have become an integral part of our lives. Our daily schedule involves at least 1 hour of tuition classes . Unlike before when these classes were just meant for weaker strata of students , today it has become a trend, and this trend is only growing by time.Students have joined tuitions just because their friends have done so ,but the question is whether or not it should be mentioned in our report cards that we go to tuition classes or not?
In my opinion it should be because a student who is going to these classes has an edge over the ones who are not.Often it is observed that these students disturb the class and not let others study.Mentioning in the report cards whether a person goes to tuitions or not would help in 2 ways. Firstly,it would reduce this 'fashion' and secondly, it would make students more self-dependent which in turn would bring out their potential.

"At the end of the day it is the grasping abilities of the student which matters and not the fact whether he goes to tuitions or not" argues my tuition going friends. They further add that it also helps to supplement the income of teachers whose salary is low.
On the parting note i would like to conclude that although tuitions are great help to students who are weak in studies , following just because your friend is doing so is quite pointless.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

A Must Read ..not written by me..

An Indian man walks into the New York City bank
and asks for the loan officer.
He tells the Loan Officer that he was going to India
for some business for 2 weeks and needs to borrow $5,000.

... The Loan Officer tells him that the bank will need
Some form of security for the loan.

So the Indian man hands over the keys and the documents of the new Ferrari car parked on the street in front of the bank.

The loan officer consults the president of the bank,
Produces all the required items and everything
check out to be OK.

The loan officer agrees to accept the car as a
security for the loan. The bank president and the Loan Officer had a
good laugh at the Indian

For keeping a $750,000 Ferrari as a security and
taking only $5,000 has a loan.

An employee of the bank then drives the Ferrari
Into the banks underground garage and parks it
there. Two weeks later the Indian returns and pays
$5000 and the interest which comes to it $15.41. Seeing this, loan officer says,

“Sir, we are very happy to have your business
And this transaction has worked out very nicely,
but we are a little puzzled.
While you are away, we checked you out and
Found out that you were a multi millionaire. What puzzled us was why would you bother to
borrow $5000?”

The Indian replies
"Where else in the New York City can I park my
car for 2 weeks and For only $15.41 and expect it to be there when I
return".

This is a true incident and the Indian is none other than... "VIJAY MALLYA"