On one level, reported about it is not targeting the students to hand out laptops for as well as the level of income that counts. The result is that College is expensive now received the blessings of the taxpayers ‘ money — they already are capable of. It should come as no surprise, then, that some enterprising receiver takes advantage of this generosity to make a little spare cash.
From the outset it feels as if the laptop scheme more of a publicity stunt for the PML-N in the elections. Do not do anything to take into account the needs of the students. The province where there is power outages to more than half-the-day, where many students lack basic literacy skills and where there is a shortage of qualified instructors, gifting students laptop will not solve their needs for education of sound. The Chief Minister has been much more prudent to spend these funds improve facilities in schools and training more teachers.
Gifting laptops for students is like providing them with high-speed sports cars before they’ve learned how to drive. The point is not that they can’t find a use for a laptop; just that there’s more important tools that they need to add to their arsenal of education first. The failure of this scheme provides an insight to how Government funded plans need to be well thought out and should be implemented bearing in mind the long-term interests of all the people concerned instead of glorification of the short term.
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