Mumbai St Xavier’s principal criticises Gujarat model of governance, letter raises eyebrows

Till 2013, the state, with 15 percent of tribal population, settled only 32 percent of claims the lowest rate in the country.

Mascarenhas also points out that schools for an ordinary populace show abject neglect with a very high dropout rate in Gujarat in last 10 years. Mascarenhas also points out that schools for an ordinary populace show abject neglect with a very high dropout rate in Gujarat in last 10 years.
Written by Dipti Singh | Mumbai | Updated: April 22, 2014 4:08 pm

said, “After reading the mail, any one can say that it is targeted against Narendra Modi. Not that we are supporting Modi, but why must a college principal write such an email to students, that may influence them. I was really surprised.”

The principal of another well know south Mumbai college said,  “Youth, especially students, form a major chunk of the electorate in Mumbai and across the state of Maharashtra. It is wrong on our part as responsible educationists to write a letter to them like this. It is not a classroom lecture but an email in public domain.”


First Published on: April 22, 2014 3:44 pmSingle Page Format
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