The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) knows well that it cannot get around the NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) entrance exam for the states’ students desirous of pursuing a medical career. But many of the political honchos’ own schools and colleges, which do not exactly teach the syllabus. Why you may ask? It has been explained that many schools teach their students based on what gets asked in the final examination. These schools are gaming the education system to enable the students to secure high marks since they know that questions are only asked from a particular year’s curriculum. This results in them skimming one year’s syllabus completely and preparing only from a small set of topics in each subject.
When such students take the NEET exam, where the student is quizzed on his/ her knowledge of subjects comprehensively, they come up short – because they were never taught some topics! This is what the many private schools run by politicians cutting across party lines do not want the students or the parents to know. Hence the opposition to NEET.
You become indifferent to the textbooks, and you lose your civilisation. Fortunately, for the diligent parent, there is a lot of correct information available.
Children learn from a very young age
Children have phenomenal powers of observation, and an innate ability to learn from what they observe. They learn verbal communication much later, while observation they start the moment, they open their eyes. That is why children become not what their parents tell them to be, but what they see that their parents actually are.
So, if somebody wants to transform society, he/ she will focus on those who are about to enter parenthood. That means, those in the age group of five to twenty-five years. That is, those in schools and colleges.
That means in society those who control the content of education will decide what that society looks like after a generation and beyond.
Not a single line changed!
When the education minister at the Center proudly claims that “not one line was changed,” it essentially means that the Central Governments is either ignorant of the consequences or does not care that the next generation is going to be brought up on terminal in-exactitudes (lies).
You become indifferent to the textbooks, and you lose your civilisation. Fortunately, for the diligent parent, there is a lot of correct information available. Ensure that your child learns the truth, not tripe.
 The curious case of Tamil Nadu’s opposition NEET – Sep 04, 2017, PGurus.com
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