So far as Chautala is concerned, he lives as a First class prisoner enjoying many facilities and without any disturbance from his 'chamchas'. The jail is more conducive to study for him.
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But studies are for getting degrees and then getting jobs. For studies there is no age problem I think. My father completed his B.A. in his 43rd year. I appeared for PGDBM in my 35th year and passed in first division. It is the interest to study that gives us the strenght to study. My neighbor is a Doctorate in Chemistry. Recently he has completed another Ph.D in Vastu Science. He is aged now about 58 years.
Mr.Chautala is a political prisoner. It will be like a guest house to him with all facilities. However we can appreciate his interest in studies.
In fact age is no barrier for learning or education. In our mythology there are many saints who devoted their complete life to learning and writing.
Only thing is a person should have inclination for learning. If there is no aptitude one can not acquire knowledge. Today there are tremendous facilities and sources for education from correspondence courses, internet and regular classes that one can choose as per ones convenience.
Knowledge is power.
I am fully support those continuing education without seeing the age as I completed my PG 20 years after my graduation without noticing other's comments as I have strong interest.