Friday, April 11, 2008

Your schools, and everybody, are proud of you!
Himig Tigum4:28 PM 2 comments

It's summertime. Vacation time. And time to go around in search of enjoyment. Along the way, we encounter a sourfeit of congratulatory streamers. Bcoz, yes, indeed, just a few weeks back was the graduation of Batch 2008. And Congratulations! overflowed to the school fences, and even to the town plazas. What could be a better way to toast the golden harvest of Batch 2008?

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Congratulations, indeed!
Himig Tigum2:25 PM 0 comments

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

What then after high school graduation?
Himig Tigum11:53 AM 0 comments

An Inquirer editorial zeroes in on the new high school graduate.

'A graduating high school student now has to answer the question: What course should I take? Different people will take different approaches. One graduate says, “My father is a successful lawyer; probably I should take up law.” Another says, “I want to avoid mathematics and science subjects; I will study journalism or mass communication.” A third says, “Nurses make a lot of money in the United States and Europe; probably I should enroll in a nursing school.”

Students and their parents should face the reality that each person has his or her unique capabilities and skills. For instance, one cannot force a student who is poor in the natural sciences to study medicine. Graduates should also resist the temptation to enroll in a course just because thousands are doing it, and the opportunities for getting high-paying jobs are good. The latest report says the country now has an oversupply of nurses.

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