882. Chennai schools
The Chennai shools offer top education but they run their schools allowing system of shaming and attract teachers who exploit the unsecure teenagers and some of the teenagers take sexual advantages of the teenage students.
As result many of the students felt that it was their fault that the teachers touched them in an inappropriate way and in some cases even went further.
Now former students call for a reform.
Until this has happened it is safe to say that it cannot be fun to be there as a teenager.
879. Daya Dan orphanage
This orphanage in India connected to the well-known Mother Teresa was not a nice place to be in general. Dirty, the children being under-medicated, children tied to their beds is not the right environment for children. However, as they say: “Given the alternatives”.
But the alternatives only exist because a state was allowed to be created too fast leaving place for no income tax system as we know it in the civilized world where money are distributed from the people well-off to the poor. The blame is on both the government who mismanagement their country and the welfare organizations working there without addressing the real issue, so the International community could put pressure on the government to look after their own country instead on playing with muscles against surrounding countries.
Mother Teresa might not have gained a lot personally from running her charity but she still managed to prey on volunteers who worked for what they believed was a good case and in her actions support a regime in an over-corrupt country who used her organization to fix what they should have taken care of long time ago.
Yes. For sure being a child in this kind of orphanage cannot be fun.
810. Boarding schools in the town of Dehradun, India
The police is now investigating all the boarding schools in the town of Dehradun, India after several incidents shocked the community. A 9-year-old boy was allegedly molested by an adult who should look after the boy due to the Covid-19 lockdown which prevented his parents from getting him.
The incident is one among several reported from Dehradun’s boarding schools in the last few years, including gang-rape of a class-10 girl by fellow students and the murder of a 7-year-old class-3 student by his seniors.
It seems that staying at boarding schools in this town cannot be fun as a child.
- 9-yr-old boy stranded in boarding school alleges sexual abuse by Warden (Times of India)
- Dehradun boarding schools to be probed after sexual assault on a 9-year-old boy in hostel (Hindustan Times)
- Dehradun boarding school 2018 rape case: Main culprit jailed for 20 years, school director for 9 years (New India Express)
- School buries body of 12-year-old boy to hide brutal murder by senior students (Meaww)
797. Unnamed spiritual educational institute, Alandi, India
An 11-year-old boy remains in treatment after he was not able to complete some kind of homework related to some heathens scripture. His failure got a “teacher” named Bhagwan Maharaj Pohane to beat him with a stick so severe that the police has booked him for attempted murder.
This kind of insane corporal punishment is normally something you will find in religious schools in Missouri or other countries or states where religious schools are not regulated.
It cannot be fun to attend such institutes.
768. The Standard Roberth Higher Secondary School
The Standard Roberth Higher Secondary School has been the center of attention in Manipur since a 16 year-old girl was found hanging in the hostel belonging to the school. The investigation into the death seems to have been conducted with much lack of interest from the authorities. Also the rest of the students remain quiet unwilling to testify.
It cannot be fun to be there as a student.
766. Unnamed boarding school in Dehradun, India
A 12 year old boy was beaten to death by some of the fellow students because they believed he stole a packet of biscuits. The school administration tried to cover up the death by burying the boy on campus and not notifying the parents that their boy was death.
After the police intervened a 18 year boy disappeared.
It cannot be fun to be there as a student. If anyone knows the name of the school, please write it in the comments.
- Boy, 12, beaten to death at boarding school ‘after stealing biscuits’ (The Mirror)
- School in Dehradun quietly buries 12-year-old killed by seniors (The Times of India)
- CBI probe sought in Uttarakhand minor’s murder (Business Standard)
730. St Pius X Convent, Kottayam
The St Pius X Convent in Kottayam, India is today mostly known for the death of Sister Abhaya who were between 18 and 19 years at the time of her death. The death itself was tragic and while some claimed that it was suicide even with the extensive numbers of cuts on her body, later investigation did show that it was murder.
The church did little to help the police. In fact they did everything to stall the police investigation putting young women and even children at risk.
It could not have been fun to be a young girl or woman in that Convent.
712. Muzaffarpur shelter home
The Muzaffarpur shelter home in the Bihar province in India was shown to cover over a terrible secret. The woman and minors who had to live there were forced to tolerate the abuse committed by employees and the owner. The investigation did progress very fast as the authorities seemed not to take interest in the ordeals the women were put through.
It could not have been fun to be there.
708. Tribal Girls Pre-Matric Hostel
Several employees were arrested charged with sexual assault and rape. No children should endure what the student went through at this school.
It could not have been fun to be there as students.