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IMPHAL | Oct 22
The changes which globalisation has brought into the world are great but on the other side, it also has negative effects. The need for students to google everything has diverted them from thinking and creativity. Students are completing their assignments easily by cut and paste. It makes them lazy and the use of their own creativity is lost, said education minister Th. Radheshyam.
He made the statement on the observation of S. Madhumanggal’s 80th birth anniversary held at Bal Bidya Mandir Porompat, organised by Saheed Madhumangal Foundation. He urged the teachers to make the students as thinking persons. Crime and unwanted incidents are resulted from not thinking clearly. Teachers should build up good relationship with students so that they love to stay at schools. Teachers are able to mould bad students into good student. Let the student learn to think from their classes, he said.
One should not start speaking of quality education without understanding education, he said. Pressurising students will not bring quality education, he further said adding turn them into thinking persons and let them come out with the capacity of creativity.
To mark the birth anniversary, Saheed Madhumangal Foundation organised a state level painting competition based on ‘Manipur gi phunga wari’ (folk tales of Manipur) and distributed the prizes to winners.
On the occasion, chairperson, Saheed Madhumangal Foundation, S. Satyabhama Devi, retired principal, Imphal Art College, A. Ekanta Sharma also attended the occasion.