Swindlers at work! |
M.H. Hoque, Director of TELF
Ours is an age of artificiality and deception. Under the tinted glass, there is something unpleasant. In our country, the educated people have started a subtle business, which grips all students. Some coaching centres are mushrooming where there is no competent teacher but the outward decoration and the fraudulent advertisement easily arrest the attention of the general students. When the students get involved with it they get nothing but some sugarcoated lectures. The value of it is nothing. But nobody ventures to protest it. There are some coaching centres where the tuition fees must be paid before participating in the classes. In this case, the students have nothing to say because they cannot always disclose the matter to their parents.
I would like to say that the students should not fall into this trap. They should be aware of what is going on.