Thursday, May 18, 2006

Kudos to all the Doctors of India for protesting against the arrant nonsense!!!

I always wondered how these terrorist organizations flourish!!!
Now I UNDERSTAND!!!

I never thought I would go to an extent where I would feel so strongly against any policy or ideals. Initially when I had seen RDB (Rang de Basanthi) I thought the protests and the eventual killing of the minister in the film was just hilarious!!! I never thought at any stage I would even think, that such incidents were remotely possible…I presumed the entire thing was just a farce. But then, you always tend to change the way you perceive things…
Now I UNDERSTAND!!!

I always wondered why people would want to fund organizations that tend to do more harm than good…Why people would want to waste their hard earned money on things that might eventually lead to a big zilch?
But Now I UNDERSTAND!!!

I Think I have just reached that stage!!! I feel so frustrated and disappointed at the way the government is bent upon bringing this quota system in all these premier institutions that I am now ready to even pay for all those protests!!!

Just imagine loosing out on a seat in an IIT / IIM to someone who belongs to the less privileged class/section of the society even though you had toped the rank lists and secured the highest…The pain is so much that it shows in the way the protests are being carried out all over the country…

I have to put in a word of praise here, for all the doctors who took the initiative of protesting against this ridiculous idea of reserving 50% seats in all the premier institutions…The very idea is bigoted and biased…

I understand that a huge percentage of population is underprivileged and will definitely need help. But bringing in more reservations is one of the worst solution. It will actually worsen the castism prevalent in the society, leading to more divisions…Further, increasing the number of seats to compensate for the quotas really doesn’t help if the colleges wont be able to maintain the ideal staff-student ratio. There are better methods of achieving this like providing better educational facilities during primary and secondary education or providing reservations in schools/colleges based on the income level etc…But they choose the easiest of all solutions which is also one of the best methods to gain votes and cover up all the wrongdoings that these politicians have done for the last 50 years!!!


It’s a shame that such chouse tactics are being used to succor the less privileged and raise the downtrodden. And we will be the ones who will feel the burnt of this!!!

3 comments:

Nagashree said...

Hey good one... Have been reading lots of these articles.. Sometimes feels we can change the whole stuff.. and othertimes helpless.. i think all of us need to change our attitudes if we need to reform nething... stop thinking of being wannabe doctors, wannabe managers... to wannabe social reformers, wannabe politicians... what say???

Rajesh said...

http://in.rediff.com/news/2006/may/17guest.htm

Check out the link.

dilip said...

@nagashree
Yep...i totaly agree with what you say...but most of us only talk (or as in this case only write :)) and do nothing...

@rajesh
The article was really good...But not as good as mine :):)