EDUCATION TRIBUNE

Managing aggression
Amarinder Sandhu

SONIA, a normally timid child in my class suddenly boxed the ears of her partner. In the playground, she knocked down a classmate. While talking with her mother regarding this sudden change in kid’s behaviour, I learnt that Sonia’s father, a defence personnel, had recently been transferred to a non-family station, which was the probable cause for such behaviour. We as educationists and counsellors have concerned ourselves with the cognitive aspect of a young learner’s personality while paying scant attention to his emotions.

Make teachers more accountable
J. P. Garg

A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. — Henry Adams
NOW, teachers will earn more than bureaucrats at the entry level. This bonanza has been offered by the Centre as it has accepted the recommendations of the UGC Pay Review Committee headed by G. K. Chadha. Haryana has already become the leading state in the country by announcing the implementation of new pay scales.

Campus Notes
CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar
Global recognition for rabies expert

Dr S.R. Garg, head, Department of Veterinary Public Health, Haryana Agricultural University, has become one of the 23 veterinary and medical experts around the globe whose name appears in the list of Alliance for Rabies Control, an international organisation leading a global campaign against rabies. Dr Garg is the first veterinary public health specialist from India to get this honour.

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Managing aggression
Amarinder Sandhu

SONIA, a normally timid child in my class suddenly boxed the ears of her partner. In the playground, she knocked down a classmate. While talking with her mother regarding this sudden change in kid’s behaviour, I learnt that Sonia’s father, a defence personnel, had recently been transferred to a non-family station, which was the probable cause for such behaviour. We as educationists and counsellors have concerned ourselves with the cognitive aspect of a young learner’s personality while paying scant attention to his emotions.

Anger is a common emotion experienced by all. An individual feels ready to burst. While anger is an emotion, aggression is the behavioural aspect of anger. Many psychologists explain aggression as an instinct, while others propound the frustration-aggression hypothesis. Aggression occurs when the needs are not fulfilled, i.e., when the desire is blocked. Aggression is also the consequence of frustration. A little boy reacts with anger if his favourite toy is snatched away. Some individuals show direct aggression by attacking others or attacking oneself while others have pent up aggression. Aggressive behaviour is noticed in children when they show assaulting tendencies, defy authority and indulge in malicious mischief.

Rapid social changes taking place in society have been attributed as the main cause for increasing aggression among children. Under the present trend of urban development, life has become complex and the family is an independent unit now. The break-up of the joint family system has had some serious consequences. The family was the main institution responsible for the socialisation and general education of the child. With a consumerist culture, inflation and a trendy lifestyle, both husband and wife contribute to the family income. The child without the care provided by the extended family develops a sense of “not-belonging”. He dons on a cloak of a false sense of security, by surrounding himself with material possessions often indulging in small violent acts that go unchecked.

Aggression can be learnt by observing and imitation. Parents and teachers who give harsh punishments are effective aggressive models for the young minds. Violent television and film images have a negative impact on the students. Movies celebrate the violent hero image and the behaviour displayed by a powerful model with whom the child identifies and incorporates easily. It is normal for parents and teachers to label a shy child as “good” and an aggressive child as “bad”. A child with oodles of energy is very active and easily picks up quarrels. A child from a malfunctioning family may want to carve out a niche for himself in the school envoronment. For him the school is a far happier place than home. He fights his way to make his presence felt. There is a need within him to prove himself. Sudden changes within the family like separation of the parents, transfers, death of a loved one, birth of a sibling, etc., can also lead to aggressive behaviour.

Integrative behaviour on the teacher’s part leads to a healthy interactive atmosphere in the classroom where mutual respect is encouraged. This fosters better emotional rapport in the classroom and the class acts as a group with we-feelings. The aggressive child now feels as part of this in-group. Thus, it is the duty of the educator to build up the morale of the students placed under his/her care using a firm hand accompanied by friendliness.

Aggression is inevitable among students. Some can control it while others go beserk. Impulses connected with aggression have to be channelised and regulated into socially accepted ways such as debates, games, sports, etc. Positive reinforcement like praise and approval can do wonders when an aggressive child is able to control himself. Psychologists suggest extinction or removal of any event that can be the precursor to aggressive behaviour. Some suggest the removal of the aggressive child to a quieter place till he cools down.

Meenakshi Gautam, a teacher, easily identifies students who seem to be “boiling inside”. She has a novel way of making them cool down. She organises a cleaning spree where she asks them to vent out their frustrations by cleaning the windowpanes and chalkboard of the classroom.

Kavita Malik, headmistress of Delhi Public School, Chandigarh, offers a few tips for managing the aggressive children. “Maximum love and security should be given to such children without spoiling them. These children have to be dealt with a lot of patience. They have to be helped to exploit their potential to the fullest. Overprotective attitude has a negative impact on the growth of their personality. Such children have to be helped to maturity. They can be given extra tasks to do and their frustrations and negative impulses can be transferred to creative and worthwhile work that interests the child. Teach these children to monitor their aggressive impulses by counting up to ten and then relaxing. Yoga and meditation are of great help to students who show violence.”

Ritu Brar, whose teenaged son indicated aggressive behaviour, showed less aggression after he joined kickboxing. She says, “I will call it catharsis, as it seems that my son has purged himself of most negative feelings.”

The writer teachers in Chandigarh.

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Make teachers more accountable
J. P. Garg

A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. — Henry Adams

NOW, teachers will earn more than bureaucrats at the entry level. This bonanza has been offered by the Centre as it has accepted the recommendations of the UGC Pay Review Committee headed by G. K. Chadha. Haryana has already become the leading state in the country by announcing the implementation of new pay scales.

Whereas this positive step by the Centre is bound to attract the required talent to the teaching profession, it has put greater responsibility on the shoulders of teachers. It is, therefore, imperative that the teachers become much more accountable to their students and society at large. Pahlad Aggarwat, principal, Government College, Sector 11, Chandigarh, asserts: “Teaching is the mother of all professions. Also, teachers are the torch-bearers of society. They are pacesetters and have to be role models for their students to emulate. The most precious heritage of mankind, an innocent child or a budding youth, is entrusted to the teacher and he should mould his students into responsible citizens.” Here one is reminded of the famous poetic letter written by Abraham Lincoln to his son’s teacher urging the latter to shape the former into a real human being.

On the other hand, despite the grant of higher pay scales to teachers from time to time, the image of the teacher as a guru and a social reformer has suffered badly. In this context, Dr Bhagat Singh, a former Vice-Chancellor of Punjabi University, Patiala, has often regretted: “It is sad that many teachers today shirk their responsibility and have joined a rat race to make more and more money by private coaching or other means. The dedicated, diligent and missionary teacher of yesteryears is missing and his sole moto is ‘less work, more pay’. There is utter lack of work culture on the part of teachers.”

However, there is no denying the fact that still there are some well-meaning and committed teachers who command lot of reverence from their pupils and play a vital role in shaping their destiny. Even after retirement, they continue to inspire and guide their old students. Others, especially university teachers, keep contributing to their field of study and research even at ripe age.

Instead of showing a rising trend according to the expectations of the government and the people, the graph between pay structure and accountability of teachers has been falling. At the same time, it is regrettable that the conditions under which the teachers work have deteriorated over the years. Even those who join the profession with a sense of idealism soon find their dreams shattered due to lack of proper infrastructure and conducive academic environment. On the other hand, how can we expect dedication from those who are first appointed and then continue to call the shots in their institutions because of bureaucratic and political pulls and pressures they are apt at exerting? Sometimes they behave as bullies and act as stumbling blocks in the path of devoted heads of institutions and other well-meaning teachers.

The state of research facilities in many departments of universities is dismal. Barring a few cases, funds are hardly available for purchasing the latest equipment or even journals. These have been more or less reduced to teaching departments only.

In colleges, where the practice of conducting research is almost non-existent, the teaching-learning process is generally listless. The teacher finds himself at a loss to infuse in his students an urge for acquiring real knowledge because of their diverse interests governed by market forces. What to speak of the availability of a separate room for every teacher, even a table and a chair is not provided to him. The provision of latest works, PCs, Internet, etc., is out of question.

Kulwant Singh, a retired senior lecturer, concludes the discussion with these remarks: “Whereas the responsibility of evolving an objective merit-based selection process, providing good salaries and creation of congenial physical and academic environment is of the government and management, the onus of teaching and guiding the students diligently and being accountable to their own conscience lies with the teachers themselves. The two must work in tandem with each other.

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Campus Notes
CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar
Global recognition for rabies expert

Dr S.R. Garg, head, Department of Veterinary Public Health, Haryana Agricultural University, has become one of the 23 veterinary and medical experts around the globe whose name appears in the list of Alliance for Rabies Control, an international organisation leading a global campaign against rabies. Dr Garg is the first veterinary public health specialist from India to get this honour.

Dr Garg has helped spread awareness about rabies and its prevention in the country. Commending the work of Dr Garg and his team, the Alliance for Rabies Control has invited their views on rabies control. Dr Garg's biography will also be published on the Alliance website.

Dr Garg says rabies is mainly a problem of the developing countries of Asia and Africa. It is estimated that rabies kills more than 20,000 people annually in India alone, which accounts for 36 per cent of the global human rabies burden. He says the disease is100 per cent preventable, yet people become victims due to ignorance, poverty and insufficient resources.

More efficent accounting system in place

In a bid to its accounting system more efficient, the university has implemented web-based reconciliation of expenditure. In the new system, the details of scheme-wise expenditure will be available to accounting staff of different departments of the university on the varsity's computer network.

Registrar, Dr R.S. Dalal, who also holds additional charge of comptroller, says that with this initiative the accounting staff of different departments of the university need not run helter-skelter to reconcile expenditure figures relating to their departments. Besides saving time and manpower, this will also reduce paper work and bring accuracy in the system.

He says the information regarding provident fund accounts of all employees of the university had also been made available on the HAU website. All deans, directors, heads of departments and other officers of the university have been given a time schedule for rectification of errors, discrepancies or misclassification of expenditure figures relating to the schemes under their control.

He said the figures of expenditure for the month concerned will be put by the comptroller office on the website by 15th of the next month. All the officials concerned will download these figures relating to their schemes and reconcile the same with their office record and submit a certificate to deans, directors and controlling officers by the 25th of the same month.

ICAR centre for HAU

The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) has allotted a coordinated centre to Haryana Agricultural University for developing and promoting mushroom production technology. The Centre has been allocated a budget of Rs 20 lakh initially.

The Plant Pathology Department of the university has developed low cost mushroom production technology and the new centre will accelerate more research on the subject. The low-cost technology has been developed for seasonal cultivation of button, oyster and milky mushroom apart from devising eco-friendly and economical solarisation technique for pasteurization of oyster and milky mushroom substrate.

Contributed by Raman Mohan 

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RL Institute of Nautical Sciences, TVR Nagar, Aruppukottai Road, Madurai 625022 (TN)
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HIHT University, Swami Ram Nagar, PO Doiwala, Dehradun 248140 (Utt)
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Scholarships

London School of Economics, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE
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The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, D/o Politics & International Relations, University of Oxford, 13 Norham Gardens, Oxford, OX2 6PS, UK
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Thomson Reuters Foundation Fellowship Programme
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Nanyang Technology University, Graduate Studies Office, Student Services Centre, Level 3, 42 Nanyang Avenue, Singapore 639815
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School of Archival Studies, National Archives of India, Janpath, New Delhi 110001 (GoI)

Certificate Course in ‘Reprography’ (06 April – 15 May ‘09)

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Age Limit: 50 years.

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