The son, father and the challenges both face todayAsk any young man who has a child or two children aged between 5 and 8. As a son, the young man is very much part of the New generation. A good percentage of these professionals are employed in the IT sector, with fairly good salaries and most would have chosen their own husbands or wives.
The son, in particular, would have parents to care for, though they would be housed in their native place or in some old age home. The man would have a new generation wife who would not be patient with caring for the in-laws. The son, who is just 5 to 8 years old, does have his challenges as well. The school schedule is really taxing. This new generation is the Facebook, Twitter, Swiggy, and Google generation. (FTSG). Most of these youngsters are addicted to IT, even when they are just six years old.
The communication lines between the father and the child are not so good. The same applies to the daughter as well. Since both parents are employed, the impatience of everyone to do "things quickly" brings its own problems. The grandparents are at a loss to understand what is going on but have no voice in the matter. One does not know what the New Education Policy will bring, but whatever shape it takes, is going to bring new challenges for the son or daughter and the father. The mother also has a taxing time and how to face such challenges does require very calm thinking and direction.