It is seen that the government has given much interest in human lives than education. To live they have made free ration to almost 80 crore of people all over India. But no eye-catching policy on education has been taken yet to fill up the gap of learning because of lockdown except so-called online classes. We need life first, but at the same time we also need education to live a better and happy life. Without education we cannot feel the pulse of divine life. So, the government should lay emphasis on education along with life. They should formulate new policies to reach each and every student. As the online classes are able to benefit only 30 to 40 per cent students of the country, the government should rethink to reach out the rest of the students by inculcating new methods. Otherwise the new generation will have to live a life without deep feelings of life. Let life and education walk hand in hand for a prosperous future.
Harsha Mohan Sarma,