The desire to play in large amounts of time without limits of time or place will destroy growing the new generation, opined Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) Chief Vigilance officer Rishiraj Singh IPS. “To confine the playtime per day to maximum two hours is the norm followed in the developed countries. Yet, plays like cricket which takes days generates a negative impact about their future aims in the minds of the students.” he added. He was speaking at the inaugural session of the various summer vacation camps of Madin Academy.
“Vacation is not to breed inactivity. Vacation days, in fact, are indented to stimulate and excite the mind and body of the students. To make an effective use of vacation days, parents have to be the perfect guide. But, strangely enough, they themselves are wasting their times watching television scenes. And, this becomes a trend, more dangerous, in the evening. Verily this has to be changed. The decision taken by T.K.A Nair, the former chief secretary of former prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh at Trivandrum not to open the television from 6pm to 10pm had been a welcome event.” He stressed.
In the function held at Madin academy, he also spent his time interacting with the parents and selected students from Madin institutions and led a Q and A session with them.
Madin public school senior principle, Unnippokker sir presided. Madin public school principal, p Saidalavi Koya, Administration Officer Abdul Vahab, Mujeeb Vadakkemanna, Ummer Melmuri and Abdullatheef Poovathikkal also spoke.