Apr 22, 2016

MY OLD PUBLISHED WRITINGS :: NOSTALGIA



THE HINDU YOUNG WORD – VII Std (2002) (MY FIRST PUBLISHED WRITING)





THE HINDU METRO PLUS MADURAI EDITION (2004)


"VOICE YOUR VIEWS COLUMN" – IX STD TITLE : PROBLEMS IN POWER DISTRIBUTION



SCHOOL MAGAZINE – IX STD (2004)

                   “RELEVANCE OF GANHISM IN MODERN WORLD”



THE HINDU METRO PLUS CHENNAI EDITION
VOICE YOUR VIEWS COLUMN (2007)

“CHOOSING PROFESSIONAL COURSES - IS IT TRUE CHOICE?”

It is a fact that TamilNadu is having sufficient number of engineering colleges to satiate the demand. However, in medical field it seems to be limited. And regarding non-professional courses the situation is satisfactory. When it comes to specific branches in professional courses the availability is not satisfactory since it is not decided by the choice of students but by extraneous factors like management perceptions, parents’ ambitions and the current job market demands. This will neither help the students nor the nation. Also the choice factor must be weighed with cost factor to decide true availability.


JayaKrishnan,V I Yr. B.E. (Geoinformatics), CEG,Anna University.


THE HINDU METRO PLUS CHENNAI EDITION
VOICE YOUR VIEWS COLUMN
Meltdown and the changing job scene

Some economists had foreseen and predicted the economic meltdown in the western countries and the ‘bursting of the bubble’ in the financial and the IT sectors. This meltdown will help to bring a balanced view in career selection. It is better that we turn our attention to jobs related to our own country. Let us consider this meltdown as an ‘Oorvasi Shaba’ which will ultimately bring good to our country by bringing sanity in the youth. Let us hope that the government services will attract more talented and innovative people in future.

II year, B.E. (Geoinformatics) (2008)


THE HINDU METRO PLUS CHENNAI EDITION
VOICE YOUR VIEWS COLUMN

HAS TIME TAKEN A TOLL ON TRADITIONAL FESTIVITIES

Festivals to life are like lubrication between moving parts of machines to avoid friction, heat and wear outs. The grinding schedules of our work, the location of the work place and educational centers, travails of travel etc forbid us from festivities. The nuclear families in place of the traditional families, alienation from the native society and the general degeneration of youth who are in mad chase of material and monetary gains are some other reasons. Where is the simple man with his roots intact keeping his sensitivities and aesthetic mind ruminating the nostalgic feelings about our traditional festivities?
2nd year, CEG (2008)


THE HINDU METRO PLUS CHENNAI EDITION

VOICE YOUR VIEWS COLUMN

DISABLED CHILDREN MUST BE ADMITTED IN MAINSTREAM SCHOOLS

There are no legal hurdles in admitting disabled children in mainstream schools. The mentally retarded, blind and deaf may not be admitted because of the inherent difficulties. In all other cases there need not be a problem for such children to be a part of the mainstream. Only thing required is a little amount of compassion and special arrangements for the seats, vehicles, etc. Instead of looking at them with sympathy they should be treated as equals and the school authorities and teachers must imbibe these qualities amongst the students. They are not ‘disabled’ but ‘differently abled’.

II yr., CEG (2008)

THE HINDU METRO PLUS CHENNAI EDITION
VOICE YOUR VIEWS COLUMN
ROAD SAFETY

The roads are one of the important infrastructures of a country. It belongs to all like air and water. The concept that roads are engines for economic growth and the stress is on speedier vehicular traffic. The roads must be useful to pedestrians and cycles riders. Very often it is the elite and educated class with their private vehicles who are defying the traffic rules with impunity. The traffic regulators keep a Nelson’s eye towards such violations. A lot of students, many of them minors, drive motor vehicles recklessly. The system of issuing driving licences itself is riddled with corruption.

II yr., CEG (2008)

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