[Ilugc] About Linux advocacy in colleges (failed in CEG)
- From: sridharinfinity@xxxxxxxxx (Sridhar R)
- Date: Sun Jul 4 22:46:08 2004
On Mon, 05 Jul 2004 00:41:29 +0800, bsd unix <chennai_bsd@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
(i) Lecturers don't have adequate knowledge about the latest trends ( i have
seen lecturers asking students to do a visual basic project -- really not a
I totally agree with you. When our `Programming Languages` teacher
was talking about language comparisons, she stated that Visual C++ was
a lot better than Visual Basic and that only few use Visual C++. Only
few are practically oriented.
(ii)It is a sad state that today ( atleast in india )that lecturers / others
take up teaching only because thay didn't get a high paying job
(iii) i have seen professors / lecturers are very business minded and do lots
a part time business.
Simply there is not *free* interaction between the students and the
teachers. If it was so, there won't be any such problems.
Sridhar - http://www.cs.annauniv.edu/~rsridhar
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