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Dhruv7470
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Are tutions good for students or they are waste of time and money???

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 8/11/2014 Category: Education
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Dhruv7470

Con

I think that tutions are not good for students. Because, first of all they consume a lot of time and money. And second thing is that sutdents can study at schools also. But its the fault of students that they are not studying carefully in schools. They are completly dependent on tutions. This is not at all a good act. As per government, tutions are illegal. Only few tutions are certified. Even tution teachers are fake sometimes. There is a law that if any teacher is working at any school. than he/she can't open tutions or institutions.
Don't you think that tutions should be abolished from India. It will take time but it will definetely improve the education conditions. But there must be an alternative. So this requirement can be solved by encouraging online studies. In which most of the students are intrested.
sereneharsh

Pro

At schools teachers don't get enough time for solving the problems of each student.The topics are usually taught once and only 10 percent of students are able to understand it.Hence tution becomes necessary for rest 90 percent of average students who can clarify their doubts easily in tution as they get teacher's time and attention individually.By studying in tution out of these 90 percent of students at least 70 percent can rise to the level of those intelligent 10 percent.
The second thing is the wastage of time and money.I don't think students these days utilize even half of their time usefully.They don't even want to study at home.If they attend tution classes then they will be forced to study for at least that time period.I don't think that would be of any harm.And parents are willing to spend money for the betterment of their children.They don't think of it as a wastage of money.
And online studies is not yet accessible to all students.
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Posted by Hif9p 1 year ago
Hif9p
If only 10% of students understand what is being taught, why do the rest even attend school and waste 6-8 hours of their day? They could rather attend tutions and only that
Posted by ashwin.sharma921 2 years ago
ashwin.sharma921
the openings are much too short
Posted by AlternativeDavid 2 years ago
AlternativeDavid
I read the title as "tuition" and was incredibly confused until I realized I misread it.
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Reasons for voting decision: How unfortunate that Con decided to waste Pro's time. Conduct for the forfeits, arguments for the lack of response to Pro's rebuttal.
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