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Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had said that the Centre would consider the issue once he completes the required formalities.Geelani had already completed the formalities at the Regional Passport Office last month For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Perumal Murugan | Updated: April 17 2017 1:50 pm Scholar Muthukrishnan (File Photo) Related News Beginning today The Sunday Express starts a fortnightly column Gained in Translation a window to conversations around us in languages other than English These will be translations of pieces written exclusively for The Sunday Express We begin with one by Perumal Murugan in Tamil on the lessons his students need to learn — and unlearn I am a teacher in a government college where 90 per cent of my students are first-generation learners These are students who during their school days juggle classroom work with jobs that involve some form of physical labour Even in college they continue to work part-time through which they not only cater to their own financial needs but are also compelled to tend to their families Many survive on single meals; a healthy sumptuous one a distant dream Most of these students opt for Economics History and Literature — courses they feel will allow them the leeway to work while studying They hardly ever study during their three-year undergraduate stints: 75 per cent of them end up taking full-time jobs even before completing their degrees with only 25 per cent going on to pursue higher studies that too only in courses offered by government colleges For government colleges a student stepping up to do a masters degree is a momentous event And if any one of them happens to make it to an institution such as the Jawarharlal Nehru University (JNU) it is a matter of great pride and celebration for teachers like us We would cite such students as role models in the hope it would inspire others for years to come Do you think this is possible any more in light of what happened with Muthukrishnan Muthukrishnan who pursued a PhD at JNU’s Centre for Historical Studies was from our district Salem He completed his BA and MA in History from one of Tamil Nadu’s oldest institutions — the Government Arts College Salem He did his B Ed at the Ramakrishna College in Coimbatore following which he earned an M Phil from the University of Hyderabad I had met him here when I had gone to address a group of Tamil students and had appreciated his grit in having made it to Hyderabad all the way from a government college in Salem He went on to pursue doctoral studies at JNU after a lot of hard work and perseverance He was suddenly found hanging from a ceiling fan inside his friend’s house and is alleged to have committed suicide His motives are yet unknown Muthukrishnan’s family background mirrors that of 90 per cent of our government college students His father was a watchman and mother a daily wager Of his three sisters one is married and another engaged They live in Swaminathapuram Salem How did he manage to study He did a lot of odd jobs all of which involved physical labour Muthukrishnan even sold tea earning Re 1 per cup; he would sell up to 300-400 cups of tea a day He also waited tables at restaurants Despite working he was a regular at the college library while the District Central library beside the college was a second home There are professors who encourage students like him; there are also others who make fun of them In fact Muthukrishnan swore that he would study at JNU and return to this college as a professor after one of the teachers had insulted him It was his dream to become a history professor but English was a barrier So he took English lessons from a private tutor It seemed to have helped His friends said he could hold his own in hour-long conversations in the language Muthukrishnan preferred to be addressed as ‘Rajini Krish’ by his friends He also had a Facebook account by the same name But why would a youngster of this generation relate to the yesteryear actor It was probably because of the roles the actor essayed — mostly of hardworking men from poor backgrounds achieving success through honest means Muthukrishnan had an appetite for books by renowned historians such as Romila Thapar R S Sharma and Damodar Dharmananda Kosambi He felt his entry into JNU was his ‘historic moment’ which he achieved after four years of repeated attempts at written exams and interviews and had planned to write a book chronicling his journey to the university under the title ‘A Junket to JNU’ His death now evokes a hundred questions and fears in my mind Can we ever cite Muthukrishnan as an example to encourage other passionate students What if they retort: ‘Do you want what happened with him to happen to us’ Why is it so difficult for doors to open for students pursuing their education in Tamil North Indian students have an option to write the entrance examinations in either Hindi or English Our students in spite of learning English for 10 years in school still approach it with a sense of fear We do not learn Hindi at school Even if we do it is still alien to us just like English because ‘Tamizh’ belongs to a different language family — the Dravidian family We are compelled to take entrance tests in an unfamiliar language Why such discrimination against people of the same country Why do we not have the option to learn in our mother tongue If all our energy and drive must be invested in mastering an alien language how do we focus on knowledge Should it also be so difficult for an Indian to get to the Capital of his country Is this how a Capital should welcome him By taking his life It is said that Muthukrishnan was asked to tear away a poster of Dr Ambedkar that he had stuck in his room If Jawaharlal Nehru University does not have place for Ambedkar isn’t that a matter of shame I consider it part of my responsibility as a teacher to push my students towards studying and away from jobs that demand physical labour Muthukrishnan has now made me contemplate on that responsibility We are probably meant to take up what jobs we get eat what is available and continue doing the same kind of work for generations without aspiring for education research or anything bigger Many of our students enter the police and the military force Some may rise a little appear for and clear Group IV examinations eventually being placed as office clerks That it seems is our limit These are jobs meant for sacrificial lambs Why should Muthukrishnans aspire for more How can we deem ourselves deserving of research and crap This will be my message to my students henceforth And this is my ‘historic moment’ The writer a Tamil novelist and poet is best known for his novel Mathorubhagan(One Part Woman) This article is translated from Tamil by S Sindhu?Although the board has decided against teaching sex education in Classes XI and XII, For rest of the bands, while allowing a curative petition filed by the National Commission for Women, the apex court finally held that allegations of a woman kicking her daughter-in-law or threatening her with divorce would come within the meaning of “cruelty” under Section 498A of the IPC.” says Ritu Lalit, Related News From the kilim weaves of Shiraz, due to relentless surveillance by the Ranas. Ajit Singh and KC Tyagi have held several rounds of discussions with Samajwadi Janata Party (Rashtriya) chief Kamal Morarka. No refund.

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