A dilemma in education institutions

Hashim Abro

These thought-provoking words of an Irish playwright, novelist, essayist and poet, Oscar Wilde which read as, “Everybody who is incapable of learning has taken to teaching,” are an exact interpretation or exposition of the sordid state of affairs, I mean, not in any manner, learning, unlearning and relearning and teaching and training – friendly in various educational institutions and training institutes and academies operating in this country. In many institutions, academies the retired rehired rule the roost and those who are willing to teach and train are either not recruited or retained but shown the door or repatriated to their parent organizations.
It is a great dilemma of this nation those who believe in “Cogito ergo sum” “I think, therefore I am “a philosophical proposition by René Descartes, are not acceptable in our educational institutions and training academies which is why, most often we get empty–headed or unthinking product from our institutions.

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