Moreover, the force of such parents leads tiredness in the children if their interest differs. Sometimes such force become danger if the children could not cope up with the expectation of parents which may leads to suicide.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Keep your Face to the SunShine
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"
So, parents should push their kids for higher education but in the field of their kid's interest. Otheriwse they will not be able to perform better.
Living & Learning- simultaneous processes!
But while doing so they never take the abilities of the children and they will never see the interest of the candidate also. That is a real problem. I know many students who joined in B Tech/ BE in private colleges by paying heavy donations in management quota and should not be able to complete their course. But if parents understand the reality then they may get their children admitted in the course that is suitable to their children.
It is fine to pursue higher education if a child is interested in it. Education is important and it enhances the personality of a person and earns respect in society. But it is also fine if one pursues some skill development course to improve the chances of better employment. Keeping in view the current scenario in the country, it seems reasonably valuable to equip oneself with the skill development program to stay relevant in enhancing the employability.
Such a forceful taking up the courses due to insistence of the guardians, the wards are discouraged and sometimes fail miserably in such courses and some even leave the courses in between.
While thinking of job prospects of engineers and doctors, the time has undergone changes and there is no absolute guarantee from the public undertakings for their absorptions. If the wards have talents, even with a graduation degree irrespective of the stream can shine well with the clearance of the competitive tests of Banks, LIC or even the UPSC tests meant for the selection of IAS candidates.
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