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Dummy School: New Challenges Facing The Education System

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You must have often heard people around you saying that such a person has enrolled his child in a school where there is neither the hassle of going to school nor the problem of taking exams again and again. You have to go for the exam only once at the end of the year. Such schools are called dummy schools. There are two attractions behind enrolling students in these schools-

First, it is that the child will join the coaching of some competitive examinations along with studying in these schools. And studying there will prepare for NEET and IIT.

The second is that many children are reluctant to go to school and their parents also want them not to go to school, so they are admitted to such schools.

Disadvantages of Dummy Schools

A student who attends school with his peers. All kinds of feelings and rasas develop in him. The biggest feeling that arises in the students is team spirit. In school, the child gets an environment out of the cutthroat competition of the present times. Because here the child does not get only one field to show his skill. There are many such areas including sports, debate competition, song and music, where the child shows his skill and rises constantly in his own eyes. It also helps in the creative development of the child.

The children studying in the same dummy schools are studying in such a toxic environment of coaching where there is a race to outdo each other all the time. In the webseries called Kota Factory, you can also see how children, after seeing each other’s success, start considering them as their enemies.

How can a co-operative spirit that develops in school develop in these dummy schools? When our India is so divided on the basis of caste, religion, race. In such a situation, school is the only place where the feeling of being social in the true sense is developed in the child.

The child eats, drinks, gets up and sits with each other in school without knowing each other’s name or village. This also clears the web of prejudice and conditioning in his mind which he gets many times knowingly or unknowingly during his upbringing from home and society.

What can the government do?

The government can bring a clear policy in this regard that such schools should be properly regulated. At least it should allow the general social sentiments to flourish within the students. The child is the builder of the future and the way of life that the school teaches him will be useful for life.


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