ducation has become a big booming industry thanks to the cut throat competition and fast changing lifestyle. The advancement in this field has brought with it both good and the ugly aspects.
Some years ago if the teacher was considered to be the pioneer of the society responsible for shaping our future generations. This thought has been somewhat dented over the period of time and the circumstances. The noble cause which was the basic ingredient has taken a back seat and money minting and large scale commercialisation has taken over giving it a bad name.
In old days, the relationship between teacher and student was sacred, bond of knowledge, cohesiveness of intellectuality. The mentors were imparting holistic education to their disciples selflessly or by levying minimal charges . So, the disciples were trained all sorts of essential aspects of life , skills not merely for professions or earning rather enabling them to challenge the difficulties of life. As a result, the parents of disciples were well convinced about the doctrines, methodologies of mentors who were really shaping the right minds of their disciples . The doctrines comprised of both corporal as well as intellectual training.
The above ancient academic scenario was found during the periods of kings, emperors. Later on, it took a drastic change with the flow of time. Many Schools, Colleges & Universities were set up to impart various courses namely vocational, legal, medical, agriculture, engineering etc to aim at making the students job ready.