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Coaching Centres, Coaching Institues, Tuition Centres.
A 9 year old girl a I know has a tuition teacher who comes every day who teach her English and Maths, sound that sound any great to you? Does that make any sense? To me it does not but it is true. Very simply because the mother does not want her daughter to get any position lesser than the 1st.
Every nook and corner there is a coaching centre or a tuition centre, whatever name you call it, they are all the same. My sister works in of the best ones in India and I hear her stories every day. Hers is a very expensive institute but still everyday more and more students take admissions. I suddenly thought there just happened an outburst of students. Haha
From a 9 year old girl to people appearing for GMAT and GRE everybody takes tuitions and there are infinite coaching centres in every block of the city. I wonder if that many students are. From the lesser charging ones to the expensive ones there are coaching centres you can’t even count.
Some say class 9th mathematics is unmanageable and 10th and 12th are boards, so we cannot put things on stake. “My friend has joined ABC tuition centre and I can’t let him have more marks than me. I have to join one fast.”, says a student (an A+ grader precisely) . To clarify, I am no saint while writing this article as I too am a part of the same bandwagon , I did take tuitions while I was both in school and college. But all I mean to say is how this trend gave birth to this new industry in India, a new and very booming industry.
A tuition teacher with about 30 students in a batch and 5 batches a day (Rs 2000 a student fess a month) earns way more than an MNC executive. Don’t some of you plan a new career for yourselves? What about starting your new coaching centre? Hilarious isn’t that? Yes and all that has not been done by any external forces but we, we have done that. It’s we, the students and the mothers who have created and nurtured the “coaching centres” industry. Several home tutors even charge 1000 Rs an hour and we are ready to pay as much (I paid the same 5 years or so back for an hour of Sanskrit class) . Don’t we have teachers in school? Haven’t the students started missing school because they know they have tuitions to support?
I actually don’t know why and for whom am I writing this piece because neither am I offending anyone nor defending but yes, I have to say study wherever it is possible. Do not just miss classes because you know you have a tuition teacher. And after reading this if anyone is considering a career change, You know where to head. TUITION CENTRES