Wednesday, December 8, 2010


Today at N.C.E.R.T I met one of my old friends,teaching in a famous government school.After introductory talks and informal conversation I asked about the School and children's performance.I was surprised to know that there are seventy /eighty children in one section .And one of the section of the school has more than hundred children.
I was really shocked.How is it possible for a human being to deliver effective lesson to such a large number of students ,that to at school level.Its not the matter of lecturing ,MANY ISSUES ARE RELATED TO THIS.Notebooks correction,use of T L M,projects, assignments,co-scholastic activities as well as scholastic activities AND MAINTAINING THEIR RECORDS .
Can we expect quality education in such condition? Above all our promotion policy ! WAH WAH !
What would be the learning outcome ?
who is responsible for this?

I thanked Allah that we are at better place .We can teach effectively to a smaller group of children.We can organize as many activities as we wish.We can enjoy our teaching while providing opportunities to the children to enjoy their learning.
Thank you Allah for everything.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Advice: Honesty is a feature that distinguishes a true Muslim from a hypocrite. Sadly, this quality of honesty seems to have become almost non-existent in this era. Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) has drawn the difference between a true Muslim and a Munafiq (hypocrite) with very clear terms. The signs of a Munafiq are three: a) when he speaks, he lies. b) When he makes a promise, he fails to fulfill it. c) When he is entrusted with something, he abuses that trust (Sahih al-Bukhari, Hadith #: 33, Narrated by Abu Hurayrah). To develop this great quality of honesty, we should remind ourselves constantly that Allah is aware of our actions and intentions. Furthermore, we should ponder over the benefits of honesty. In a Hadith in Sahih Muslim is mentioned that a person who remains honest in his dealings and way of life will eventually be declared by Allah as a Siddeeq (a very high ranking saint who enjoys a status just below the Prophets in Jannah.


Saturday, December 4, 2010


As usual I was on my way to drop my son at D.P.S Mathura Road ,early morning at around 7.15 AM.After crossing D.N.D Flyover ,it was red light as expected at Ashram Chowk.Waiting for two minutes at that time was like waiting for Qiyamat .SUDDENLY I heard the sound of laughter similar to that which I hear everyday in my Silver city Apt at 5.30 am by enthusiastic old people,trying to add some more precious time to their life span.what was it ?I was greatly surprised. Laughter at this moment when every body is in tension ,facing great stress to reach their destination on time, shouting at each other and sometimes abusing too. I looked here and there .I found a group of seven eight ladies crossing the road from Mthura road to Ring road.All in beautiful Saree,talking ,laughing and enjoying their morning walk. I thought for a moment "kash main bhi aise hans sakti subha sawere ,tension free "main ne ne badi hasrat se unki taraf dekha.
but......?what is this ? All are wearing anklets (kade) like Banjarans .Oh ,No, not only kade but huge Ghaghras inside Sarees.So...that's the matter .Now I understood.I tried to recognize the faces .Some of them had already met me on this red light before. meri car ko hasrat bhari nazar se dekhte hue.At that time I did not pay any attention to them.I was busy in planning my day's schedule.But...........TODAY!!!!!They were the centre of my attraction and reason for my envy.

The happiest section of the society is the beggar's society.Is beggary an evil ,a profession or fashion?

What do you say?