Do not force your children to pursue your dreams : Police Commissioner Marbaniang


BM Bureau : Commissioner of Police Iada Martin Marbaniang has stated that too much of pressure on children and rising expectations from parents these days is the reason for concern and affects the overall growth of the children. He was speaking on the academic year’s inaugural of the Preprimary section of the Divine Providence High School, Tilakwadi here. A function was held on Tuesday at the school auditorium to welcome the children and felicitate the Police Commissioner. Provincial of the Canossa Sisters from Mumbai Sr Audrey D’Souza was the guest of honour.

“ In India, parents force the children to go for science, and commerce disciplines based on percentage in SSLC. However, I would like to reiterate that success is not determined by the marks you score but by how free is the child in choosing what he or she likes. Hence do not force children to follow your dreams but also allow them to participate in extracurricular activities.  Please allow your children whatever they want to do, “Police Commissioner Marbaniang ascertained.

Provincial Sr Audrey D’Souza asserted upon inculcating moral and ethical values among the children as they are being groomed from their preprimary school days. Police Commissioner Marbaniang was felicitated on the occasion.

The function commenced with a prayer dance by the pre-primary students and a welcome address. Headmistress Sr Rosamma Joseph, Sr Elsa and Manager Sr Nataline Lobo, were present. Teacher Sabina Lobo compared the function. 

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