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1-55/12, Botanical Garden Road, Sri Ram Nagar, Kondapur, Hyderabad 500084, TS


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Blatant Violation of Basic Rights (aka Chirec)
Aug 17, 2019 06:48 PM 1318 Views
(Updated Aug 17, 2019 07:18 PM)



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Chirec Public School continually displays flagrant disregard for the mental, physical and emotional well being of its students. As a commercially oriented school, money comes first(ironic, considering it professors teaching 'valuable life skills' such as open-mindedness or kindness while treating its students as cash cows). Hypocrisy is its motto, deceit its golden rule, a dictatorship whose tyranny depends on the subjugation of students and teachers alike. Having studied there for five years, this idea is often suppressed, but ubiquitous among most who either study or work there(though that should maybe be left unsaid because the administration's biggest trick is finding anyone to blame but themselves for their mistakes).

In biology class, the benefits of exercise, a balanced diet and sleep are expounded upon. To ensure this occurs, students are given time to play sports twice a week(apparently the older you get, the less time you should be given for sports because age is inversely proportional to the time necessary for exercise.? Incidentally, this is a mathematical they have invented, and will likely file a patent for, because!) and these periods(30-40 min long by the way) are often snatched from them. It took years to implement a 5-minute snack break, which was once used for a fire drill recently in characteristic Chirec fashion. Additionally, lunch is 20 minutes(including washing hands, walking for five minutes to the lunch hall and back) where students are served food that regularly induces poisoning(and though teachers are wonderful, and often very understanding, due to pressure from the administration, you will likely be punished for taking voluntary time what if it is because you were throwing up? You have a ridiculously inhuman number of assignments to submit, tests to take, and classes to attend at least in the prestigious IB program!). And sleep is wonderful - what with teachers who are assigned basic clerical tasks, because apparently the lakhs of rupees paid to school only go into a select few pockets(anyone care to venture a guess?!) and instead of hiring two more employees to do basic work and configure a FUNCTIONING SYSTEM, it makes more sense to force all work on teachers - because when academics are force-fed to students, even those whose priorities lie in sports or arts, so they can attract new customers.

As a former topper of 10th, it is very obvious how they fatten us up like sheep for their slaughter. Even when you do well, it is despite their roundabout system, which oppresses their amazing teachers and students, and all while abhorring the fact that they are succeeding in their tyranny.

Of course, subjects such as the arts may be given importance by the understanding teachers, but the administration has the nerve to say they support these subjects, with new facilities(such as a rat-infested classroom and tiny box that they call a lab for artistic pursuits', though no amount of extravagant language - riddled with grammatical errors, I might add - can make up for their cruel uncaring attitude towards anything outside the realm of academics). Similarly, they claim to enable enriching excursions, which students have to pay for every single time because somewhere in their consumption of hundreds of students' lakhs of rupees, there is too less to go around! Of course, this is only a superficial assessment of their flaws, because to go through everything would require a novel, or even several installments on the various aspects of their failures, at the very least.

During my time there, not a day went by in my final year that I didn't waste two hours either dealing with a breakdown or ranting heavily about the hateful and despicable deeds of the school. The society may be at fault, and perhaps other schools in the area are similar. But I cannot provide any justification for using these or other absurd rationalizations as a basis for "cutting the school some slack", particularly when they - on top of all of this - declare themselves one of the_th ranked best schools in Hyderabad, in India, in the World, in the Universe, in the entire galaxy! etc. If there is a cyclical system of hate, from ignorant adults upholding the system to grave administrative pitfalls, to students' detached mindset, or society's outdated norms, change has to start somewhere; for the chain to break, one link in the chain must first be ready to move out of the cycle. And I cannot understand why this change cannot start from an institution which claims to educate. After all, (as they tend to incessantly quote), isn't education the most powerful weapon that can be used to change the world?

Hopefully, Chirec can begin to learn to put values and happiness above money and material gain, to put their children's health above their own wealth, and begin to bring positive people, educated in an uplifting, creative environment, with teachers who are satisfied and encouraged rather than used as puppets or scapegoats, given room to teach the way they are best able, and to create ripples of kindness into the world. Now that's a school I'd hold in my heart forever, regardless of its rank.

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