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Posted: 03 January 2011 at 9:01am | IP Logged
Originally posted by smarie pants

 aww...maddy u seem hurt...here! Hug
 
Thanks.. for the virtual Hug
 
Yes... When the argument led to the issue of education got me all riled up... Very touchy and sensitive subject... Smile
After interacting with the underprivileged.. I agree issues like roti, kapda, makaan, education are the thing we the priviliged are taking it for granted... But that does not give us the right to undermine the value of it...
Last summer i spent my time in a village near Mysore... I was stressing the need for education for everyone and the equality rights for the girl child and kids as young as 8 years ask questions like How much did Ganesh study... how much did Shivarajkumar study.. ( They are kannada stars) or how much did Sachin study... ??
In a population like India tell me how many would get a chance to come up with just the talent... How many have the avenues, the means, the contacts, the money to get the talent recognised...
 
Great if the talent is recognised... Good for them.... but for how many of them.... very negligible.... its eventually the education which is going to provide them the Roti kapdaa aur Makaan...  

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Posted: 03 January 2011 at 9:04am | IP Logged
Originally posted by smarie pants

india does....today...u wont believe how many ppl are interested in filmmaking, acting, fashion designing etc and take tht up as a full time career...its a stereotype that indian parents are not supportive of such "soft" options...a lot of parents actually are supportive...my dad for example...and so are my uncles...infact all my cousins are taking up exciting careers in film editing etc...while im doing stupid engineering...oh well...but tht was my choice..LOL

today its cool to work in advertising, media and arts.....ive experienced it myself...i say im doing engineering and ppl are like "oh thts nice"...my cousin says shes doing a degree in music and ppl are like "wow!!! thts soo cool tell me more"...
 
i haven't been to India in years, but i know things are changing... that being said, i also know of how many people don't have proper jobs to support their own families...
 
things are not as black and white as people think... it's a grey area still.... and will probably continue to be that way for years to come....!!
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Posted: 03 January 2011 at 9:05am | IP Logged
Originally posted by maddy1973

Originally posted by smarie pants

 aww...maddy u seem hurt...here! Hug
 
Thanks.. for the virtual Hug
 
Yes... When the argument led to the issue of education got me all riled up... Very touchy and sensitive subject... Smile
After interacting with the underprivileged.. I agree issues like roti, kapda, makaan, education are the thing we the priviliged are taking it for granted... But that does not give us the right to undermine the value of it...
Last summer i spent my time in a village near Mysore... I was stressing the need for education for everyone and the equality rights for the girl child and kids as young as 8 years ask questions like How much did Ganesh study... how much did Shivarajkumar study.. ( They are kannada stars) or how much did Sachin study... ??
In a population like India tell me how many would get a chance to come up with just the talent... How many have the avenues, the means, the contacts, the money to get the talent recognised...
 
Great if the talent is recognised... Good for them.... but for how many of them.... very negligible.... its eventually the education which is going to provide them the Roti kapdaa aur Makaan...  
 
Very commendable of you, Maddy Hug Your doing a great job.

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Posted: 03 January 2011 at 9:06am | IP Logged
Originally posted by maddy1973

Originally posted by smarie pants

 aww...maddy u seem hurt...here! Hug
 
Thanks.. for the virtual Hug
 
Yes... When the argument led to the issue of education got me all riled up... Very touchy and sensitive subject... Smile
After interacting with the underprivileged.. I agree issues like roti, kapda, makaan, education are the thing we the priviliged are taking it for granted... But that does not give us the right to undermine the value of it...
Last summer i spent my time in a village near Mysore... I was stressing the need for education for everyone and the equality rights for the girl child and kids as young as 8 years ask questions like How much did Ganesh study... how much did Shivarajkumar study.. ( They are kannada stars) or how much did Sachin study... ??
In a population like India tell me how many would get a chance to come up with just the talent... How many have the avenues, the means, the contacts, the money to get the talent recognised...
 
Great if the talent is recognised... Good for them.... but for how many of them.... very negligible.... its eventually the education which is going to provide them the Roti kapdaa aur Makaan...  
 
maddy, ab kisi ko samajh nahin aaya to kya kiya jaa sakta hai...
 
and i completely agree with you.... talent does not always gaurantee success in life.... which is a bitter truth... accept it or not, does not matter... all i know is that not everyone can get lucky...!!
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Posted: 03 January 2011 at 9:08am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Nuktaacheen

Originally posted by CZ..

Originally posted by Nuktaacheen

 
there are many other fields, which are probably not considered 'worthy'.... the top position is not everything in life... but that does not mean that education is a waste of one's time...!  kab kahan kya cheez kaam aa jaaye, you never know...

who said education is a waste of time? it's an important part of life, but only a part, life doesn't depend on it. see what I'm trying to say that the flaws in the formal education system of India are conveniently overlooked just because of the notion that 'education' is as important as the air we breathe. it's not a spot free, squeaky clean system. it's a light miles away from teaching any practical values and sure as hell doesn't recognize any talent or intellect.
 
not my words.... you're gonna have to ask some delusion hrithik fan...  i know that... and when did i ever suggest otherwise...?  Confused   education is important for most people who do not have the luxury of having support from their family... warna to job milna bhi mushkil hai... not everyone is maha talented... and no, there is no shame in even being a pizza delivery boy... but you can't have a good living unless you are doing something else as well...! 

for people who come from poor backgrounds, 'literacy' the one that's more important. if a person knows how to add 2+2 then he's more than capable of putting up a shop a earning moolah. it's just such a widely accepted notion (and highly misleading) that formal education will guarantee you success. it's almost like the promises that politicians make to the people - vote for us and we'll guarantee you certain benefits. we're just so impatient to catch up with that literacy line that we're simply feeding this notion in the process. nothing can guarantee you success. entrepreneurship is a fast growing realm that is highly accessible and doesn't require any degrees. anyone who has the talent and the determination to make it big can access this realm and do something for himself. heck, even if there is no talent, determination alone can fuel the dreams of a literate person.


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Posted: 03 January 2011 at 9:09am | IP Logged
Originally posted by bolly007

Originally posted by Nuktaacheen

Originally posted by smarie pants


 

i wish u cud be my first patient, u need despertae help, u use being mean and rude as ur defense mechanisms, i don't know how long u can use them for, as in real life content matters more than how rude one can be!

sorry but i dunt think u can point fingers at someone for being mean and rude, especially since i and a lot of other kareena fans have had bitter experiences (apart from today, which was civilized and nice) defending kareena, when u were trying to bring her and kareena fans down. but calling someone a "patient" is unacceptable....
 
smarie, kis se baat kar rahe ho.. tameez us ko sikhaai jaati hai, jis ko sense ho tameez seekhne kaa....  some people are just are... and i have been called rude, mean and what not... so this is only one step in that direction.... sick mentalities ka koi ilaaj nahin hai... Dead   people can be as rude as they want, but if they get a dose of their own medicine, they cross all limits....!!  
 
 
editing one's own post does not take away the original implications.... Angry
it was u who started becuming rude because maybe u cud not prove ur point, and u still are, have nothing more to say
 
do me a favour, and NEVER quote me again.... WHY did you quote me anyways.... i knew the moment i saw you quoted me, that you'd again get personal and make snide remarks... that's all you are capable of anyways...!!   TongueTongueTongue
 
and every time we have had arguments, you are ALWAYS the first one to make things personal.... you wanna live in your hero worship bubble, please live there, but don't expect others to do the same... i have a life, and i have my own family... hrithik jaise stupid stars are not going to do anythign for me or my family... the way i see it, i pay part of his income when i buy his movie tickets... i don't need to go moony eyed over him....!   TongueTongueTongue
 
 

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