ABVP seeks suitable law to prevent Commercialization of Education.

5:45 PM, Sunday, June 20th, 2010
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Joint organizing secretary Swami Marulapur

Joint organizing secretary Swami Marulapur

18.06.10 Mangalore : The ABVP members met at the Jyothi Circle in Balmatta today at 10Am to demonstrate and express their displeasure on Commercialization being brought into purely educational portals in the state.
City organizing secretary Karthik Sudan, who spoke at the rally, demanded a full stop to selling and buying of education as in a market place and he urged the students to become aware of this harmful trend in schools or colleges. Instead of providing valuable and useful education that goes into forming future careers, teachers and administrators were making money even to evaluate answer scripts, he added.

City organizing secretary Karthik Sudan

City organizing secretary Karthik Sudan

Joint organizing secretary Swami Marulapur, stressed upon the need for an all-embracing Central Act to contain and remove transactional education, that prevent all children in India from getting useful and free education if possible in place of present commercialized formal education. He wanted social justice to all students (irrespective g forward / backward) in matters of standard education to improve their lives. Only a suitable law can intervene and help present sorry situation in the Campuses, he stated. The epidemics of money making had spread from LKG to Degree classes, he pointed out.


The speakers at the rally asked for single form of entry and proportional seat distribution in professional colleges.
Pavan Shetty, Mahesh, Dasarath, Abhijit, Vikram, Sujit and Govt PU College lady students participated.

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