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A Better India awaits few changes

We made the common men wear the thinking cap and propose changes, reformations and alterations that they think can contribute .....




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We made the common men wear the thinking cap and propose changes, reformations and alterations that they think can contribute to a brighter future for our nation. Here's the list of proposed changes...

1. Key Result Areas & accountability of MP's

When every odd job and employee in our country is assessed on the basis of clearly defined ‘Key Result Areas’, the performance of the so-called ‘well-wishers’ of our country definitely demands a fair assessment! Consequently, all deserving candidates should be rewarded, while a bad performer has to bear the brunt. The MP’s and politicians should be treated according to their performance.

2. Mind set

The mindset of the Indian people definitely needs an overhaul. The day people feel that it's 'My country’, there will surely be positive changes in their approach towards everything

3. Responsible youth

It’s high time we stop blaming the government and get rid of the “It’s government’s fault” attitude! This is the time to take charge. The youth should become more responsible towards their country and realize the fact that no one else, but the people of India chose their government...so better blame yourself for all the chaos!

4. An end to moral policing

It is time to break free from the barriers of moral policing and set a code of moral conduct, where individual freedom deserves utmost respect. The government should shift its focus to other important issues rather than raiding pubs or indulging in round table conferences to fix the dress code for women.

5. Overhauling of the education system

The government should realize that students don’t need initiatives like scrapping the class 10th board exams, but the need of the hour is the complete reformation of the education system. ‘Relevant education’ should be heralded! The condition and quality of education provided in government schools should be improved and higher education should be streamlined to be in touch with industry. In short, we should stop taking short cuts and embrace educational reformations that will benefit the students and the country in the longer run

6. Responsible cinema

Since the youth is deeply inspired by what they see in films, there should be a paradigm shift in Indian cinema as well. Rather than sticking to slapstick comedy in the name of entertainment, focus on responsible and meaningful cinema

7. Better journalism

The amount of footage given to celebs like Chand and Fiza or to Rakhi Sawant made me say that. I think there are better events/people to cover

source : TOI
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