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With the commercialization of the education system, there are many adverse effects that can be seen clearly. One of the adverse effects of this commercialization is compartmentalization of education as the students tend to focus on a single skill or industry. As a result, the holistic growth of students is hampered.
They become followers of the herd and not self-aware individuals due to lack of critical thinking. Unhealthy competition is bound to breed which reduces cooperation and unity. Education is biased and encourages bias as well. Such drawbacks cripple the society and give rise to social evils.
The focus of teaching has changed from students to syllabus, examinations and results.
Students are forced to follow the predetermined path and do not get any participation or encouragement from teachers towards creative and rational approach of learning. Hence, they have very restricted approach, lack of interest in updating their own pedagogy and follow the conventional system of learning. They are more interested in the result scores of examinations rather than the appropriate knowledge. The expectations of the teachers do not meet with that of students as they think of themselves sitting on high pedestal and demand respect, thus creating barriers between teachers and students.

Parents are an equal participant of the industrialized world and give priority to their individual ambitions rather than their children thus abandoning their role as a parent. The time and attention required by children for their nurturing goes missing and unnoticed. Another ill practice common in parents is to force their children to establish discipline which creates frustration and aggressive behavior in children. Putting pressure on children to achieve unrealistically high goals is damaging for children.
Another problem crops up when there is clash between the of a child to his parents. Many cases are reported when parents have a rigid approach and are able to recognize the potential or talent of their kids. As a result, the children develop very low self-esteem and various other mental conflicts.

Our competent and compassionate team has worked round the clock to sincerely adopt these principles in their daily life and manifest them while teaching too. Furthermore, teachers will continuously work toward inculcating these value into students too.
FREEDOM – Freedom means the ability to make free, unhindered choices. Such choices have motivation that is clear and strong. Thus, the chances of success are higher. Freedom comes with responsibility. Each person has to face the consequences of his decision.
RELATIONSHIP BUILDING – A teacher student relationship should be based on the principles of respect, equality and freedom. This relationship building will enable students in realizing their true potential and help in nurturing and has a long lasting implications for student’s academic and social development.
EQUALITY – The teacher as well as the student should respect each other and develop relationship on the basis of equality and not on the grounds of hierarchy.
DISCUSSION – Traditional our system of education had been always been argumentative. The role of discussion or participation is to engage a student’s curiosity and allow him space to express his opinions regarding any subject. It will not only increase their focus but also their confidence. Protection Status