Karthik CR

student in Information Science
Mysore, India

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198519
Karthik CR
Posted 11 months ago
If someone respects criminal's ability, is this ok?
Yes , there are so many examples like this if someone has a special special ability it can be used for both constructive and destructive purpose it truly depends on the individual. my favorite example is Frank William Abagnale who had the ability to find loophole in the system and exploited it his actions changed so many procedures in banks , airlines etc once he was caught he worked along FBI and caught other fraudsters using his ability which helped many law enforcement agencies, now he has a security consultancy agency where world famous banks come for his advice .
198519
Karthik CR
Posted 11 months ago
How can I (or anybody) help people begging for money on streets?
Who said throwing out beggars is a solution? Not only developing countries has beggars even developed countries has beggars. There is no solution at college level of individual level . From what i have seen there are two types of beggars ones who are physically challenged and two who are physically fit for the first set of people we can setup shelter homes provide them with food and basic amenities for the second set of people one should not give money and instead job opportunities can be provided to them like help them to get a job in a local factory, help them set up newspaper stand or something like that as i said this kind of problems cannot be solved by a single individual a set of volunteers with same motive should come together to fight for a cause.
198519
Karthik CR
Posted 11 months ago
How can I (or anybody) help people begging for money on streets?
Let me start by saying that begging is illegal in india the main reason reason why begging is still thriving is because of poverty and unemployment and two because of a lack of a central Act that governs begging. if you are held for giving alms at traffic signals you could be fined Rs 1,000. But why one can still see beggars at traffic signals,bus stands,temples,railway stations etc etc etc because indian police cannot regulate each and every street so people should stop giving money to beggars. Bangalore which is capital of Karnataka has a the Beggars' Rehabilitation Centre (known better as Beggars' Colony) where people found begging on streets will be dropped in to this colony. People inside this colony describe it as living hell as it lacks basic amenities , unhygienic food, dirty drinking water so beggars bribe the authorities and come back to streets. Secondly i think Instead of just providing beggars with food or shelter won't solve the problem we should train these people with certain skills so that they can earn money like any small scale industrial training such as tailoring etc so they can meet their basic needs. There are many NGO working for this cause try seeking help from these people if you are planning a event it will be a lot easier .
198519
Karthik CR
Posted 11 months ago
What about an education revolution in universities?
i totally agree with you here in our university we are also made to do a project in our final year but unlike your son's situation we have to select projects on our own and implement it with the help of a faculty. All i am saying that we should be given with series mini projects before letting us do the final project that gives a real world idea on what we will be getting into . Getting internships are pretty slim but even if we get a Internships the problem is we have 6 days of college a hectic syllabus to study so a student has to manage both at same time. We hardly get a fortnight of semester break between semesters.
198519
Karthik CR
Posted 11 months ago
What about an education revolution in universities?
i totally agree with you being a engineering student we have to study 8 semesters,45 subjects,14 different labs,144 internals and 59 exams within 4 years. we are studying so many subjects but we don't have any practical knowledge on how things work in real world all our colleges and universities are just interested whether the students are passing the exams or not. Companies are training universities students on how to implement the things we have studied in real world application. So can't we be educated in such a manner that we can be ready to work from day one after joining a company. Its like we know how a Internal combustion engine works and to calculate the efficiency etc etc but not knowing how to change a spark plug if we have a problem with it.