Patriarchy in Indian academics. Our excellence is a myth. Reply

The Indian Academics are glorious organizations, renowned around the world for their moribund infrastructure but excellency in education.

Isn’t it a myth? 

Photo Credit; Livemint.com As there are no proper classrooms, classes are conducted at every available space at the Kavalkaranpatty Government High School in Karur district. Photo: B.Velankanni Raj

Photo Credit; Livemint.com Photo: B.Velankanni Raj
As there are no proper classrooms, classes are conducted at every available space at the Kavalkaranpatty Government High School in Karur district. Photo: B.Velankanni Raj

Photo Credit; India Today, intoday.in 5) Scottish High International, Gurgaon- Built in a typical Scottish style, the school gives a very foreign feel with its infrastructure. The marvelous architecture is environmental friendly with a combination of technological classrooms. The school is affiliated to Cambridge University and provides training courses in association with the British and American Library.

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Scottish High International, Gurgaon-
Built in a typical Scottish style, the school gives a very foreign feel with its infrastructure. The marvelous architecture is environmental friendly with a combination of technological classrooms. The school is affiliated to Cambridge University and provides training courses in association with the British and American Library.

How can we produce the best athletes who live and practice in mush? Perhaps the king just needs the athletes, no matter what, as the Olympics needs them. This time the international organizations have created and sustained such myth. They need a large number of half educated folks. The ones that are not trained.

The same story of British magnet. It will sustain a low grade low quality task force, because we are not anyway harnessing on their quality, but on their quantity. We have to run empires. We have thwarted the real Kings and wrested the power from them, to have our democracy. Now we have to come out looking like Kings.

Royalty always needs an army. Democracy is not much different. We have a chosen few who are protected. Everyone else belongs to the army, nourished or impoverished is not important at times.

We need an army. If 60% of that army is undernourished, its still fine. The western international organizations and their samurai clandestine ninja agents in India, propel such a myth. The per capita quality and infrastructure, in Indian organizations, defy any sense of critical justice.

Royalty always needs an army. Democracy is not much different. We have a chosen few who are protected. Everyone else belongs to the army, nourished or impoverished is not important at times.

Royalty always needs an army. Democracy is not much different. We have a chosen few who are protected. Everyone else belongs to the army, nourished or impoverished is not important at times.

The latter, the Indian organizations are merely a nondemocratic, pseudo-modern, inherently anti-autocratic — in the above said sense, anti-autonomic, oligarchy; driven towards the power of a preconceived few. The very few organizations that has had a glorious or rather nutritious past, fail to achieve the grandiose requirements of today’s quantity and quality, under the reeling pressure of today’s nationalistic influence, the nationalism has strangulated more quality, than has ever created any.

The nationalism has basically strangulated those few that could bring quality, so that a chosen few can be ushered into positions of power; from where the helms of affairs can be controlled.



So such a myth for Indian minds, because then these half trained half educated task-forces will be taken for ride, in any matter and be employed to the mercy of an international equivalent of a dilapidated Indian system of academics. In other words its an Indian-Western alliance, that works finger-e-finger to create opportunities, for a large number of under-qualified populace, thereby creating the neon-Kings, who could rule over them.

With such a scheme, nobody complaints. I think the reason for such being producing quality can be a dreadful task, we have settled for a century now, for very low to medium low quality members, in academics.

Its under this backdrop one can see most of the events and new rules, occurring in the new age Indian academics.

I just read the TOI print yesterday and Utkal University has expressed, it will confer honoris causa — * — , on the state chief polity makers, called chief ministers in India.

Photo Credit; Indiacollegesearch.com My almamater, Utkal University. Its logo reads "Satyam Param Dheemahi" which sounds to me like "Satya ekdum dhima" Truth is very slow. Decade's past; our certificates haven't been delivered.

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My almamater, Utkal University. Its logo reads “Satyam Param Dheemahi” which sounds to me like “Satya ekdum dhima” Truth is very slow. Decade’s past; our certificates haven’t been delivered.

I think conferring honoris causa on polity makers is just a ploy, to unite the polity and the academics, so that academics can be tied to the benevolence of those selected few, whose kara-kamala — or cara camalradiance and flowery glow of thy feet, have always enlightened us and our lives, the walking talking Buddhass, who have got nothing to do with the state’s education.

Take Hollywood or Ollywood — or is it, Olleyi Billeyi Oh my Pussy, your father twattering, seeing nothing doing, actors or Keo Karpin Champions who are conferred honoris causa.

Everyday there is some sort of shocking academic news from Utkal University, my alma-mater. Today there is “they will not allow anyone to wear British Gowns in Convocation day, but everyone must wear a country-made scarf”. This is one of the most volleyed signs of Patriarchy — * — .

What will you do to the British architecture in the country?

What will you do to the parliament building?

And President Houses and Governor houses?

Why this double standard?

Indian Parliament a palatial building built in our imperial past.

Indian Parliament a palatial building built in our imperial past.

Indian President lives in a building, a mansion rather built in its prominent imperial design.

Indian President lives in a building, a mansion rather built in its prominent imperial design.

Forcing people wear an indigenous scarf is a sign of patriarchy or domineering. The expectamus or aspiration part is missing. The control of whats already available is doubly prominent. Who decides whats truly indigenous when everything is so mixed in the market, for centuries now?


— * — One would think Patriarchy means The Pa or the father part, in other words male dominance. Thats blatantly wishful. While male domineering is only one case of the patriarchy — patriarchy can be compared with matriarchy. But what remains important is triarchy.

What it says is there are 3 arches. For a full fledged system there must be 4 arches, like in a square or circle. Hence tri arches is a chauvinism or domineering, over the 1 arch. Majority view forced over a minority view. Its not just male or female dominance, but simply dominance — male and female are merely symbolic.

In a just society we need fuller purview of everything.

Not a triarchy.

photo credit; cristibodnarescu.wordpress.com honoris causa; a bastardization of intelligence especially for political ends?

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honoris causa; a bastardization of intelligence especially for political ends?

— * — honoris causa would mean — per my analytical inferences of linguistic or etymological relations, “sunlight sky” honoris is sun-roshni; gave a lecture to father, about meaning of “honoris causa” — anna rajya (a)causa अन्न राज्य अ-कश (आकाश), where annarajya or honor is protective-region, light-of-sun, king; therefore our honor or nation. Causa can alternate to 3 meanings:

  1. sajja = punishment,
  2. caya, casa or saja = protection, shadow, umbrella, (a)causa = sky
  3. causa or khaja as in Odia; sweet rice pudding.

Some people get honorary degrees as a sweet.

Some people get punishment

and

Some people get the protection anyway.

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