you feel upset as some of the good schools admit 60-70 students in a class just to mint money..write a letter to editor highlighting this corrupt practice.

34, Safdarjung Enclave
New Delhi - 110029

23 May 2014

The Editor
Times of India
New Delhi-110034


Subject: Corruption in the Field of Education in India

I am a regular reader of your national daily, and through the columns of your esteemed publication, I would like to express my views about corrupt educational practices in India. The race to make easy money, has compromised the field of education, as many good schools in order to make more money, have started admitting more children in classes. A class that can normally accommodate up to 45 children, now has a staggering number of 60-70 children. This becomes a problem, especially when schools are not equipped to handle such large numbers in a single class, and the workload becomes too much too handle even for the teachers. Not only does it become difficult for the teacher to focus on the children's needs, it  also makes classroom discussions and interactions quite insipid.
Good education is the basic foundation for responsible citizens of the future, and such corrupt educational practices, are putting the future of our nation at risk. It is imperative that steps be taken to curb this practice, so that children can have full access to good education, and our country can benefit from educated, uplifted citizens of tomorrow.

Yours sincerely,

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