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Author:  Kamu Budhathoki Sarup
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Date:  April 4, 2019
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Education to accomplish a financial success

I am arguing in this article how helping poor students would help to build a great financial success to the nation. I have also sketched in this clause. There is a difference between providing good education and contributing more funds and scholarships.

For those who are real smart, simply cannot afford to be an educated. Going along to a big university in the US is very tough financially. I want to focus how the hapless students are dependent on government’s help for their instruction. Only the other hand, the world (the governments) is making out very little to combat poverty. How many of the young population under poverty is looking for higher training. They either do not attend school or dismiss out of school. Are we taking special steps to ensure these children get educated?.

I describe the social responses of denial, and discrimination that accompanies this problem. Socioeconomic development is a combination of democracy and a good education system. As long as poverty won’t go away students will be facing the trouble of economic justice. In this case, I think we need to defeat injustice. However, it is taking time. That is why it is significant to eliminate poverty. I know, education and economic reforms help one’s ability to to be educated. If poor students are left uneducated, they won’t know too much about a possible better for the country. Economic reforms also must push this issue.

Since only higher education is useful in work and business pursuits. This is a great concept I want to consider. This implies we can produce more talents who will be a great scientist, agriculturist technologies, doctors, engineers, etc. Economic disparity only makes poor students more frustrated. I don’t know where I would have been. If I didn’t not receive a scholarship when I belonged to my high school.

The social difference stands is always for economic equality. I recognize that unemployment, impoverishment, and inequality are the explosive problems. Educational Development and democracy require a partnership between market and state with an appropriate plan. It will also stimulate her cognitive development. How integrity of tax collection can be ameliorated. How hospitals and schools can be established. Biraj Budhathoki, civil-engineering student, argued “there is an economic issue between the schoolchildren and the schools. All these subjects about ‘student’s rights’, ‘rights and equality’, etc., is appropriate. All this talk about ‘education’, ‘reforms’, ‘development’ freedom and rights’, etc., is more relevant. The principal causes of the poverty or lack of money and good education. “The main causes of the human poverty, we need to talk money and affordable education. The economic poverty issue of the students is mostly around money and reforms.” Brita said. Biraj Budhathoki further said, “how major changes in our educational system, will ameliorate the life. It will also secure economize, help to build more roads, bridges, hospitals and homes. It can put more youth to operate more efficiently.

We need to wage voice for affordable educational system to improve. Besides, how can we protect a detailed economic system so we can work exactly for the educational system reform?. Radical reforms on education needed because that implies an educational reform will do. Biraj said.

We need to work on both levels on reform, but always to help poor students first. We all, members of civil society, business community and general people, should extend our active cooperation and also should promote positive working relationships in establishing permanent educational programs for general students to Economize the country. I am arguing in this article how helping poor students would help to build a great financial success to the nation. I describe in this article is a difference between providing good education and giving more scholarships.

For those who are really smart, simply cannot afford to be an educated. Going to a big university in the US is very tough financially. I demand to focus how the hapless students are dependent on government’s help for their education. Only the other hand, the world (the governments) is making out very little to combat poverty. How many of the young population under poverty is looking for higher training. They either do not attend school or dismiss out of school. Are we taking special steps to ensure these children get educated?. I describe the social responses of denial, and discrimination that accompanies this problem.

Socioeconomic development is a combination of democracy and a good education system. As long as poverty won’t go away students will be facing the trouble of economic justice. In this case, I think we need to defeat injustice. Notwithstanding, it is using up time. That is why it is significant to eliminate poverty. I know, education and economic reforms help one’s ability to to be educated.

If poor students are left uneducated, they won’t know too much about a possible better for the country. Economic reforms also must push this issue. Since only higher education is useful in work and business pursuits. This is a great concept I want to consider. This implies we can produce more talents who will be a great scientist, agriculturist technologies, doctors, engineers, etc. Economic disparity only makes poor students more frustrated. Otherwise, I don’t know where I would be. If I didn’t not receive a scholarship when I belonged to my high school.

The social difference stands is always for economic equality. I recognize that unemployment, impoverishment, and inequality are the explosive problems. Educational Development and democracy require a partnership between market and state with an appropriate plan. It will also stimulate her cognitive development. How integrity of tax collection can be ameliorated. How hospitals and schools can be established. Biraj Budhathoki, civil-engineering student, argued “there is an economic issue between the school children and the schools. All these subjects about ‘student’s rights’, ‘rights and equality’, etc., is appropriate. All this talk about ‘education’, ‘reforms’, ‘development’ freedom and rights’, etc., is more relevant. The main causes of the poverty or lack of money and good education. “The main causes of the human poverty, we need to talk money and affordable education. The economic poverty issue of the students is mostly around money and reforms.” Biraj said.

Biraj Budhathoki further said, “how major changes in our educational system, will ameliorate the life. It will also secure economize, help to build more roads, bridges, hospitals and homes. It can put more youth to operate more efficiently.

We need to wage voice for affordable educational system to improve. Besides, how can we protect a detailed economic system so we can work exactly for the educational system reform?. Radical reforms on education needed because that implies an educational reform will do. Biraj said. We need to work on both levels on reform, but always to help poor students first.

We all, members of civil society, business community and general people, should extend our active cooperation and also should promote positive working relationships in establishing permanent educational programs for general students to Economize the country.

Kamu Budhathoki Sarup
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Biography - Kamu Budhathoki Sarup

Journalist and editor Kamala Budhathoki Sarup specializes in reporting news and writing stories covering Freedom, Peace, Public health, Democracy, Women/Children, development, justice and advocacy from her location inside the United States. Human rights, anti-terrorism, and economic development are also part of the work. She is an editor for mediaforfreedom.com. (To promote freedom, democracy, anti-terrorism, Literature, women rights, public health, peace and empowerment (http://mediaforfreedom.com) has a strong role to play). Its activities support in societies undergoing crisis and changes. Ms. Kamala Budhathoki Sarup has also written numerous reports which includes "Women's Empowerment", Prevention of Trafficking in Women Through Media," and "Efforts to Prevent Trafficking for Media Activism." You can see her work online now via her website http://mediaforfreedom.com/. Kamala is a regular contributor to Cape May County Herald. Kamala also was a regular contributor to UPI- Asia News. She also published two Stories collections and several poems. Her interests include philosophy, feminism, political, socio-economic and literature. She also is experienced in organizational and community development. http://mediaforfreedom.com


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