politics in campus: the need of time

I have read a lot, seen a lot and heard a lot about campus politics. When thinking with the open mind of student who is bothered about the situation of the country today, i have a small comment on the campus politics.

I just completed my professional course from one of the most criticized campuses of today in the name of campus politics. So i guess am eligible to propose a view on the fact. Banning politics in campus is just like banning internet for the thousands of websites with so called inappropriate content.

What am telling is, the most important part of the country’s administration system is legislature. It is where the decisions are taken and new rules are made. Other pillars of democracy, namely executive,judiciary and media; does the job of implementing and cross checking the decisions made by legislature. So by banning the politics in campuses what todays society aims at? Creating a uneducated legislature, so that it acts as a spoon in the arms of the enemies of the state?

The main problem authority rises about the campus politics is, violence in the process. The campus is mostly youngsters between 17 and 25, the hot and energetic period, in malayalam ചോര തിളയ്ക്കുന്ന പ്രായം. It is the duty of society and authorities to control law and order situation. If students are able to think about parents when any problem comes, then they will never go to make any violence in campus. Also if somebody is going to make problems in campus, then he will make that irrespective of politics. It is the duty of society to provide good political basis, election mechanism and facilities. It is never the right solution to ban politics in campus just because the society and authorities fail to implement it in the right way.

Kept in anyway, campus politics acts as a direct impression of what happens in the original society. Is it because of that authorities opposes campus politics? I don’t know. I can’t express all I wanted. Please post your comments. Then I guess I will be able to open me up better.

4 Responses to “politics in campus: the need of time”

  1. Ashraf Says:

    Hi Jinesh, I was read your blog “politics in campus: the need of time”. Your opinion is also my openion in the case of society and authorities fail to implement it(Campus politics) in the right way. At some case campus politics is violence in the process(Some political parties are Supported/screw up these violence), because the campus is mostly youngsters between 17 and 25. These political parties are utilise the hot and energetic period of youngsters

  2. navi Says:

    Jinesh well written.But after 4 years in college can u genuiunly say that campus politics acts “as a direct impression of what happens in the original society” or “Creating a educated legislature”????as uve quoted(from watz happenin in our collge??).How many of them invovled do u think were really doing things coz they “ACTUALLY WANTED THINGS TO CHANGE FOR THE BETTER??”And one of ur suggestions i totally disagree “If students are able to think about parents when any problem comes, then they will never go to make any violence in campus.”U think these ppl not aware of wat their parents might go through???It simply cant matter to them coz then its only the “venomous revenge” that rules their mind. If It did work events of such disgrace wudn have happned.

  3. jinsbond007 Says:

    I havent quoted from what happening in our college. The ones involved in the kind of stunt politics in our college is not the ones I was talking about. Its their acts and the ignorance of community about politics which moves good people from away from politics. Even you disguises politics as something for those people and is not good for me(you). We have to defend that. But I dont know how. thats why I put it up in my blog for everyone to comment. I was just telling it was the failure of society, which makes people who cant think of their parents and it is not campus politics which have to be banned.

  4. ലൈവ് മലയാളം Says:

    നല്ല പോസ്റ്റ്!ഇനിയും പ്രധീക്ഷിക്കുന്നു.live malayalam

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