Degree or skill – what is more important?
Andy C : Degree is an authenticate certificate that the person applying for the post is having the knowledge of the work requirement and has the ability to manage the functioning and justify the post.
Rutuja : Every degree holder is not necessarily skilled. It is the skill that helps to achieve the target and not the degree.
Partho : Degree makes a person more confident in his approach and outlook. These things are an essential part of the personality development.
Jatin : Degree can make a person more polite, humble and wiser. This could be in order to take charge of the job or to climb the success ladder. But these things are difficult to manage without a degree in hand.
Macc : Skill is an abstract term which cannot be evaluated on the bits of paper. It is a broad spectrum which is groomed within the individual and nurtured through the repeated practical implications in life.
Robert : A degree earns respect and social reputation. A person is assessed through his qualifications which is reflected by his degree.
Anurag : It is not the degree but the skill that achieves success. A degree can just earn the job, but it cannot help to grow further without the skill.
Mariya : Degree earns money and status for its master. The more specialized the degree, the higher the post and status and higher is the salary package.
Nicky S : It is skill which attracts the employers, clients and management which lifts or drops the person. Without the skill, the person would not be able to catch hold the interest of their superiors and attain success.
What do you think Women should work in night shifts or not?
meena : Women are living their life in the liberal world and restricting them of their right to freedom is not fair.
Pratiksha : Children are much matured now-a-days and they understand the necessity of their mother working for their better upbringing.
Amit : Women’s safety is actually a matter of utmost concern at present. With a fear of security of the females going out for work the families couldn’t live a relaxing life.
Akshay : Women also get affected by health concerns more as compared to men by working in the night shifts for prolonged period.
Rohan s : Women have the dual responsibility of taking care of the house as well as the professional life. A balance becomes very difficult during night shifts especially for the married women.
Cathrine : Women of present generation are smart enough to manage both family and professional life simultaneously.
Can we keep ourselves away from Mobile phone in the developing technology era?
Nisha : Mobile phones are instrument of health hazard as the electro magnate waves which are transmitted through it cause harm to the body.
Anjali : Due to the unlimited connectivity mobile phones has made life miserable for the people who are over using it.
Khushi : The invention of mobile phones has made life easier. Now we can connect with people in few seconds who are living in other parts of world.
Andy C : We don’t have time for ourselves as all the time we are busy over due to one reason or the other reason.
Rutuja : many accidents are caused due to use of mobile phones while driving.
Vikram : Mobile phones have ruined the social life of people as they communicate with their friends and relatives over phone instead of meeting them personally.
Gunjan : We can get in touch with our relatives, friends and closed ones whenever we want without waiting for many days which were used to be the situation in the ancient times.
Jay D : Because of mobile phones everyone is available to each other 24*7.
Do you think that self discipline can lead to better and safer traffic?
Milind : Self discipline cannot solve all the problems. The government needs to set up proper traffic system.
Ruby H : Self discipline in any area provides a better control on the way we react to situations. It always brings positive results.
Karisma : people need to get rid of the attitude that one man’s efforts cannot bring a change.
Rimi : Rights and duties go hand in hand. If the people want the rights then they need to fulfill their moral duties first.
Ritu : The complete responsibility cannot lie on the traffic police.
Tinu : Most of the accidents occur as the people are in rush and don’t pay any attention to the traffic rules.
Flexible working hours can help in improving the overall productivity and economy?
Gunjan : Flexible hours gives the employee their personal space to work during their full energy period and their can work positively as per their interest.
Karan M : Employees can deliver their caliber to the best performance level without the undue hindrance from the senior management and any other sort of distraction.
Mihika : Cross training is equally important for an employee which requires an office environment.
Shifa : The atmosphere is very important to concentrate and the employee can get the required guidance and support as and when required.
Nauman : Not all sorts of work can be accomplished at the flexible working hours. There are many jobs that require to be held strictly during the business hours.
Ishan : The economy is not going to get any positive impact as the productivity is not actually coming up with the flexible working hours
Diksha : flexible working environment is especially a welcome move for the females who have the responsibility of managing their family and children along with their profession.
Saras : Working at flexible hours reduces the work related stress for the employees and they can work with full vigor and sense of responsibility.
Should women leave their job to look after their children?
Sophie : Mother is the first person with whom child gets connected even before coming in this world. They need their mother’s time in the initial years.
Rashi : Why should only the women need to compromise with their career? Fathers can also do the same.
Grishma : Child caretaker cannot pay the same attention as much as a mother. Also there is no surety of proper upbringing and care in absence of mother.
Amy S : Children who feel deprived of mother’s love can get depressed and aggressive.
Akriti : Why should only the women need to compromise with their career? Fathers can also do the same.
Television Advertisements aimed at children should be banned?
Gunjan : Children cannot understand the world of marketing. They readily accept all the things promoted in advertisements.
Karan M : Advertisements pop up on television frequently and therefore the products stay in the children’s mind. They develop the attitude of buying all the latest products at any cost. It makes them more demanding.
Robin : Media plays no role in forming the habits of children. It is the duty of parents to keep their children away from the artificial world of marketing.
Kabir : There are many other things in life that affect the children. And it is the parents and teachers who teach them to differentiate between right and wrong. Banning is no solution.
Rajnish : Banning the advertisements is a wasted endeavor as children will anyway know about the products from other sources or other modes of advertisement.
Geeta : Advertisements aimed at children can be banned but the advertisements of children products cannot be banned.
Arjit : It is through the television advertisements that many young children get an opportunity to work in the media industry.
Kabir : Advertisements can have an impact on decision making but in any case it never forces the parents or children to buy their products. So, legally no one has the right to ban the ads.
Leena : Children lack maturity and judgment. They cannot differentiate between the right and wrong products.
Brijesh : They encourage the need to possess materialistic things. Advertisements convey the wrong message of happiness.
Girish : TV advertisements can have a negative impact on childrens health and behavior.
Tina : It becomes difficult for low income families to fulfill the ever growing demands of the children that they make after seeing the televisions. If the demands are not fulfilled, then it shatters the confidence of children.
should Yoga be made compulsory in schools?
Pammy : Children are more loaded with the burden of study in the present day competitive world where parents wants them to come at top slot at any cost.
Noah : Children are already occupied with lots of work, and they hardly get any time to spend on themselves.
Debina : The cost of Yoga classes will be ultimately passed to the students creating an extra financial burden on parents.
Vikram : The most important problem that cannot be ignored is the untrained instructor. It is necessary to have a well trained Yoga instructor that is rarely found in society.
Paul : Making yoga classes is like forcing something unwanted on the students. Instead of Yoga, school can opt for the other activities like games or aerobics.
Paul : Yoga can make children Hypochondriac that can create heightened body awareness creating problems at young age.
Varun : Yoga will provide the children with much needed break from their hectic lifestyle of studies and other activities.
Shifa : It is one of the ways that can make children realize the difference between the active life and the passive life.
Sheela : The present generation is suffering from posture problems as most of the time they work on laptops or are busy with mobiles. Yoga helps them to maintain right posture.
Ginny : In the age where everything is open on the internet, yoga helps the children to gain control over their mind and body in all the aspects.
Kamakshi : One of the most important things is the cost factor. Schools don’t need to spend huge amount of money to impart yoga education to students.
Can too much sleep be harmful for health?
Pratiksha : Everything in our daily regime has to be fixed and balanced including the time of sleeping. Crossing that limit can cause unnecessary harm to the body.
Amy S : Sleeping is a natural process and the quantum of sleep can’t be decided by any individual. In fact not having sufficient sleep can create health problems.
Animish : A lot of time, oversleeping is important because of the kind of fatigue that is caused and it does not harm the body but helps in rejuvenating.
Palak : For many people, who work late night, 6-7 hours of sleep is not sufficient and they need extended sleeping hours to recover their body energy.
Aaisha : Many times, while sleeping, we dream and as per doctors dreams are a reason of fatigue. In such cases, one needs to sleep more than the usual period to overcome his drowsiness.
Vivek : Oversleeping is nothing but a state of mind. One sleeps according to his body requirements. And sleep does not have any impact on our health.
Yatish : Oversleeping can create nausea and at times headache also.
Pratiksha : Oversleeping creates a tendency of laziness and in activeness.
Arjun : Many a times oversleeping also results in obesity and back pain.
Vivek : Over or under sleeping can create health issues.
Is it Ok for students to carry and use cell phones in school?
Animish : It will unnecessarily create an additional expense for the school authorities to make mobile lockers to keep the mobile phones safe during the school time. Still the risk of mobile phone being stolen will exist.
Mitali : Access to the Smartphones and the internet will open the gateways of cheating and copying for the students.
Ketan : The mobile phones will have negative impact on the learning atmosphere. Everyone from teachers to the other students will be affected by the use of cell phones.
Nimish : All the mobile phones can be kept at silent. This feature is good enough to stop them from any kind of distractions.
Akshay : In the present world kids are not safe anywhere, not even in schools. Allowing the use of cell phones in schools can allow them to contact the family whenever in need.
Alisha : Today it is the world of Smartphone and they can offer far more of a distraction to kids than they used to. It will hamper their ability to learn things.
Arjun : There are many apps that are coming in the market to help the students in the learning. The use of such apps is a good way to move towards digital learning.
Ricard : Computers are allowed in school and the Smartphones are like the mini computers with internet technology. If computers are used in school then use of Smartphones should be fine.
Raj S : Even children can contact the emergency services like police, fire or medical whenever there is a sudden requirement.
Akriti : The students who cannot afford the expensive Smartphones can develop feeling of inferiority. It will create difference between students.
Aadarsh : The excessive use of cell phone at such a tender age can certainly pose threat to the health of the students and can lead to health problems.
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