It is extremely common among students, especially primary and secondary students. When asked if tuition is really necessary, different people have different opinions. From my point of view, tuition can help a student to learn and develop a lot more than normal school studying hours. But is it really necessary?
Tuition was not necessary in the past as education was not so emphasized. But nowadays, many students prefer to go tuition because they believe it can help them achieve success and also allows them to gain more knowledge. When having tuition, students get to learn in smaller groups or on a one-to-one basis. This is certainly advantageous to timid students as they get the opportunities to speak up and ask questions. Further more a student get more personal attention and develop good study skills with their tutors’ help.
The greatest and best thing about tuition is that ii doesn’t divide the students based on their grades and ability. I.e. Tuition is suitable for all types of students. A student who consistently scores well might seek tuition to main their grade. Average-scorers would wish to improve their grade. And weaker students would want to pass the exams. Tuition could be a necessity to one, but a choice to the other. Tuition greatly depends on individual’s objective. Another thing is that tuition does not restrict to academics within the syllabus. It allows students to prepare for competitions, technical skills such as microsoft office. It saves time in learning, thus allowing student to juggle non-curricular activities.
The only disadvantage or danger of tuition is that it is time consuming i.e. With so much to juggle, students will hardly find time to rest. In conclusion whether tuition is necessary depends on the students themselves. Thus, parents have to decide with the right perspective instead of peer influence. Tuition is the supporting pillar of education and it is no doubt still a necessity . At least, at the moment.
You need motivation daily to get your today’s expected mark completed. Motivation to finish off your long-struck deal. And sometimes it just gets harder than ever just to feel inspired to finish it off as you have planned. That’s when you need an inspirational push. Movies have always been, and will continue to inspire many people around the world. Movies have the potential to inspire you to no bounds with slick storytelling and background score that gives a boot to get up and start working.
5). Iam Kalam
I Am Kalam is a 2011 Hindi film produced by Smile Foundation and directed by Nila Madhab Panda.The film was rated 4.40 on 5 by audiences at the Transilvania International Film Festival. The story deals with a poor boy who derives inspiration from the former President of India, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam. He then decides to change his name to Kalam and harbours a dream of meeting the visionary.
4). The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
Will Smith stars in this moving tale inspired by the true story of Chris Gardner, a San Francisco salesman struggling to build a future for himself and his 5-year-old son Christopher (Jaden Smith). When his girlfriend Linda (Thandie Newton) walks out, Chris is left to raise Christopher (Jaden Smith) on his own. Chris’ determination finally pays off when he lands an unpaid internship in a brutally competitive stockbroker-training program, where only one in twenty interns will make the cut. But without a salary, Chris and his son are evicted from their apartment and are forced to sleep on the streets, in homeless shelters and even behind the locked doors of a metro station bathroom. With self-confidence and the love and trust of his son, Chris Gardner rises above his obstacles to become a Wall Street legend.
3). Moneyball (2011)
This movie is about Oakland A and its general manager Billy Beane (Brad Pitt). The team is an underdog and also lacks a lot financially. The team has nothing but lowest salary available for players in Baseball. Apart from that, all of his star players are picked up by bigger teams. Now he needs to look at how to create a winning team without class that money can buy. Based on a true story, Moneyball is a movie for anybody who has ever dreamed of taking on the system.
2). Su.. Su… Sudhi Vathmeekam
Su.. Su… Sudhi Vathmeekam is a 2015 Malayalam comedy-drama film under Dreams N Beyond Productions. The movie narrates the story of Sudhi from age 4 to 40 who has a stuttering problem. Based on a true story this is exactly a tale of grit and spirit. The rejuvenating believability that director Ranjith Sankar instills in ‘Su..Su..Sudhi Vathmeekam’ provides an engaging examination of a disability that has the power to wreak havoc on ordinary human lives. It’s much more than a feel-good movie and is a feel-incredible movie for a change, that is replete with bright lines and fascinating observations throughout.
1). Gandhi (1982)
Gandhi is a 1982 epic biographical film which dramatises the life of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the leader of India’s non-violent, non-cooperative independence movement against the United Kingdom’s rule of the country during the 20th century. Gandhi was written by John Briley and produced and directed by Richard Attenborough. It stars Ben Kingsley in the title role. The film covers Gandhi’s life from a defining moment in 1893, as he is thrown off a South African train for being in a whites-only compartment, and concludes with his assassination and funeral in 1948. Although a practising Hindu, Gandhi’s embracing of other faiths, particularly Christianity and Islam, is also depicted. Gandhi’s character is explained fully as a man if nonviolence.. He through his patience is able to drive the British out of the subcontinent. And the stubborn nature of Jinnah and his commitment towards Pakistan is portrayed.