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Money is not taught in schools or colleges

September 15, 2012

Wonder why so many people in India are highly educated yet not rich! When we were young we are taught how to get high scores. The pressure was marks whether we understand everything or not.If you get good marks you are intelligent.But what counts is how much money you have to fulfill your basic needs and little bit of luxury.In our government there are many who are highly qualified but if you ask them how to be rich, the only answer may be through corruption. It is a painful fact that money is not taught in schools or colleges.With the rising prices of the basic necessities, the future seems flooded with riots and wars. I heard somewhere that if you are highly qualified, getting a job is a task.

It is high time that the education system is changed and students are given lessons on financial discipline.If I have a choice to be educated or rich, I would choose the latter as the cost of living is shooting at a fast pace.

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