Student segregation

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Segregating disruptive and non-disruptive students into separate groups is not just about protecting good students from falling prey to the others.  It has many other perspectives to it, as discussed below and should be given due thoughts before coming to any conclusion.

Usually, students are not mature enough to understand the intricacies of what is good and what is not and more often than not, they are seen attracted towards malefic behaviour.  Considering this, it is arguable, to assess and separate students into disruptive and non-disruptive groups.  This helps teachers too as they would be able to concentrate better and divise separate teaching strategies that would suit each group.  Moreover, grouping studious pupil together increases competition among contemporaries and sheilds from complacency.

On the other hand, like discriminating people based on caste, creed, color is unethical, discriminating students is alos unwelcoming and has a danger that disruptive students could feel inferior.  Also, if similar students are grouped together, there is possibility that the class could become monotonous and unyeilding.  Even the teachers could lose interest teaching them.  There would not be sharing of knowledge or helping each other and the good students could also develop elitism and turn arrogant.

I would disagree with the topic and argue that students should not be divided.  Instead, devise strategies to guide disruptive students onto the right path.

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Mirchi Bajji

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Doddu/Bajji Mirapakayalu/Green Jalapenos – 30 Nos

Senaga Pindi/Besan/Chickpea flour - 4 cups

Makkajonna Pindi/Makai ka atta/Corn flour - 2 tbsp

Nuvvulu/Til/Sesame – 2 tbsp

Uppu/Namak/Salt – 1 tbsp

Chintapandu/Imli/Tamarind - 1 lemon sized

Vaamu/Ajwain/carom seeds – 1 tsp

Paak Churna/Baking Soda/Bicarbonate of soda - a pinch

Aamchoor powder/Sour dried mango powder


Masala for stuffingPreparation – Masala for stuffing:

Soak tamarind for 10 min in water that is just enough.  Now, take a jar and grind sesame seeds into a fine powder.  Add salt and tamarind along with its water and grind again into a fine paste.  Masala is ready.

Besan batterPreparation – Besan:

Take a bowl, add chickpea flour, carom seeds, salt and bicarb soda along with water.  Mix it well.  Water should be just enough to make the batter similar to idli’s batter.  Keep it aside.

Preparation – Mirapakaya Bajji:

stuff and fry

ServeWash chillies and keep aside.  When the water is drained slit them and empty the seeds using the handle of a spoon.  Now, stuff the slit chillies with the masala and keep aside.  Masala should not be stuffed much, it will be very sour with tamarind.  Once done, heat oil for deep frying and when it is has boiled dip stuffed chillies into the besan batter and drop it into the oil.  Deep fry it until brown and take them out.  Sprinkle aamchur powder and serve hot with finely chopped onions.

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