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Quality of education in Odisha

Krishna Chandra Padhy :Do you think Quality of education in Odisha is degrading day by day?

Aahafaiz: @Krishna Chandra Padhy, You have raised a valid topic, but are you really concerned to the quality of education given in the primary schools of Odisha?
If your topic focuses on the quality of education given in the Govt primary schools of Odisha, then I completely agree with you. I too have noticed the absence and irregularity of teachers in schools. Quality is not degrading but the mentality of teachers and enthusiasm in teaching style has surely depreciated since 90's.
teachers in wand of some good rewards and promotion used to teach students, but now due to Govt's lack of any such incentives for the teachers and schools, teachers are now habituated with their daily works and don't expect much from govt. This lack of incentives and promotions has led the teachers to go on hibernation.
Govt should focus on the primary schools and their maintenance too, just creating a school …

Who is better BJD, BJP or Indian National Congress party?

OSR: please share your opinion and views on and about Indian National Congress and current ruling party BJD who ruled for a long time. To whom you feel worked out better and progressive works for Orissa and its people.
Aahafaiz: Its obvious, Biju Janta Dal is the most famous political party in current scenario in Odisha. But if you will say to compare political parties I would say none are of my choices. I believe on the leader or individuals in the parties and not the parties as a whole. Like I like Narendra Modi for Gujarat, Sheila Dixit for Delhi, Mamta Bannerjee for Pashchimbanga, Nitish Yadav for Bihar, Atal bihari Vajpayee as an individual, Subramaniam Swami of Janta Dal and Dr. Manmohan Singh of congress. But if you ask me any particular party I would say i'm confused. I don't trust any particular party. In present day conditions I would say though it seems that Manmohan Singh is taking hard and strict steps which is opposed by most of the population, but If you see insig…

Varsha Gupta won this year’s Doodle4Google Contest

Varsha Gupta, a third standard student of Ryan International School in Greater Noida, raced past 1,55,000 plus other contestants to win the popular Doodle4Google India contest.
The winner was judged based on criteria like creativity, artistic quality and expression of the theme ‘India’s gift to the world’.
Varsha's Google logo, or 'doodle' as it is called, shows India's classical music instruments that are drawn in a manner to depict each letter of 'Google'.

Doodle 4 Google
Mangalore's Shubham Vernekar was a national finalist in the contest. It may be recalled that earlier this week, Shubham also won Daijiworld Weekly Drawing Contest. Two other Mangaloreans, Vaibhav Shenoy and Varun Holla were also in the race.
The Global Doodle team and Jennifer Hom, creative force behind Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary doodle, chose the winning entry out of 45 finalists.
Rajan Anandan, managing director and VP (sales and operations) for Google India, presented Varsha wit…