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Are we raising a generation of burnt out children?
Reason for pushing children today is to nurture them, to face the competitive world tomorrow.
Developing talent is not a sin; it will help the child in his future.
It is a trickle down effect, from the kind of competition experienced for entry into engineering colleges, graduation and others.
As Darwin said that "most eligible can survive". It is only way to make children capable so that they can survive in sea of humans.
Basic needs of childhood are, time to play, place to play and explore the world through his eyes. All 3 are not available now days.
In the name of competition we are raising fatigues children.
The stress is resulting into children engaging in all kinds of derogatory acts.
The weight of school bags children carrying is more than their own weight.
It is true that competition is growing day by day but child hood is age for playing making friends so parents should let their kids to do the same.
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