Thursday, February 18, 2016

கல்வியை யார் தரவேண்டும்? விவாதம். 21 பிப் 2016

வரும் ஞாயிறு மாலை 4.00 மணிக்கு கோடம்பாக்கம் சினி சிட்டி ஹோட்டலில் லோக்சத்தா கட்சியின் தமிழ்நாட்டுக் கிளை ஏற்பாடு செய்திருக்கும் ஒரு விவாதத்தில் கலந்துகொள்கிறேன். கல்வி என்பது அரசின் கையில் மட்டுமே இருக்கவேண்டுமா, கல்வியில் தனியாரின் பங்கு என்ன போன்றவை விவாதப் பொருளாக இருக்கும். அனைவரும் பங்கேற்கலாம்.


  1. Please upload the video..
    Since everything is commercialized in India, I don't see why not privatization in education cannot be carried out. But the government should take a decision whether to discontinue the government aided public school system and give a voucher based system which is popping up in America. But they have to take a decision sooner. In America too lot of disgruntled voices on non-functioning public school system.Of course,You can't equate America with Tamilnadu.

  2. Any possibility of that this event will be livestreamed?

  3. Before going to further discussion on this subject, let us have clear picture of why first of all the cost of the education goes high?

    What is the actual expenses incurred to educate a kid up to a stage where (s)he can be employed?

    If (s)he is willing to do higher studies (and of course if they are capable of doing it), what is the additional cost for the same (difference cost compare with ITI and NIT / IIT and/ or private institute or colleges etc). Without knowing this basic cost the discussion is meaning less I think.


    The discussion should include Rural Vs urban education.The Rural-Urban Divide in India
    Viktoria Hnatkovskay and Amartya Lahiriy
    March 2012
    We examine the gaps between rural and urban India in terms of the education attainment, occupation choices, consumption and wages. We study the period 1983-2005 using household survey data from successive rounds of the National Sample Survey. We find that this period has been characterized by a significant narrowing of the differences in education, occupation distribution, and wages between individuals in rural India and their urban counterparts. We and that individual characteristics do not appear to account for much of this convergence. Our results suggest that policy interventions favoring rural areas may have been key in inducing these time series patterns.

    A topic of long running interest to social scientists has been the processes that surround the transformation
    of economies along the development path. As is well documented, the process of development tends to generate large scale structural transformations of economies as they shift from being primarily agrarian towards more industrial and service oriented activities. A related aspect of this
    transformation is how the workforce in such developing economies adjust to the changing macroeconomic structure in terms of their labor market choices such as investments in skills, choices of occupations, location and industry of employment. Indeed, some of the more widely cited contributions to development economics have tended to focus precisely on these aspects. The well known Harris-Todaro model of Harris and Todaro (1970) was focussed on the process through which rural labor would migrate to urban areas in response to wage differentials while the equally venerated Lewis model formalized in Lewis (1954) addressed the issue of shifting incentives for employment between rural agriculture and urban industry

    A study on returns to education, human capital formation
    and earnings differentiation (by Dr. Janadhyala B.G. Tilak)

  5. Recording of this meeting.

  6. Like in America, Home schooling is also an option. When the fees for the private schools go untenable with public, they may also think this option.The problem with home schooling is the lack of social skills for kids.

  7. என் போன்ற வெளியூர் அன்பர்கள், விவாத,கலந்துரையால் குறித்து அறிந்து கொள்ள மிக ஆர்வமாய் உள்ளோம்.