Ketan, Here is what I could make out of your query: 1. Kids are going to school at a very much young age;
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2. Marraiges are taking place at later age;
3. Bed pictires are easily available to kids;
4. Kids develop bad habbits in college; which their parents are not aware of;
5. There is a suggestion; BUT you are looking for some NGO or association or some human-right organisation working on this;
6. marriges are not celebrated;
7. Only engagemens, divorce or waiting list can be heard of; (Waiting List1?);
8. MOU!? Excuse me for being dumb, but what does MOU means?
Other than the last point, is everything else matches what you are sayng? If so, here's my response:
What's the problem in sending kids to school at early age? Yes, they are under much more pressure than we used to be. That's because it's the age of competition. Our society (every other society too) is growing fast. To catch up we need to start early. Plus, nowadays where both parents are working and we all are not living in the joint families, we need our kids to be taken care of in better way. Schools is the best choice we have got. Also, they are learning so much there, like socialising. And what we used to learn at age 6, they are learning it by 3. Almost half the age. But still, we still need a better way of learning. In India, we are still making our kids learn the same old way with added subjects.
Second comes, the marraige date. 18 years is still too young. We should increase it to 21, atleast. At 18, one is still a kid, fresh out of the school. A person needs to know it's own capabilties and personality and it's place in this world before he or she can make such a big commitment as to gettign married and settling down; and ultimately increasing their family. It's a big responsibility.
Next three topics that you raised are more of the adult-social issues. Bed films, we as parents needs to be more aware of until and unless our kids are in school. Until they are in school, it's out responsibilty of teaching them about what's right or wrong. No NGO or human right organisation or organisation has anything to do with it. It's our kids, not theirs.
The same statement goes for other two issues too. Kids in college behaving badly, need to be taken care by the parents and the staff in that college. Plus, kids in college are respnsible for their own behaviour. If they can't behave propelry in their time in college, they are abviously not ready for marraige at 15 or 16. College is not only for acadmics, here kids also learn about the social issues.
Next comes the marraige issue. Yes, marraiges are breaking up more nowadays and people are choosing living-in relationships. Personally, I don't mind Living-in relationship because if one is commited for a relationship he/she will stay committed to that no matter what. He/she doesn't need a stamp of marraige to get that relationship going.
Instead of living in a bad relationship, its good to get divorced. If the couple have kids, then it become more important that the couple get their relationship straighten out. If fighting and cursing or anything of that nature is going on, it's going affect the kids badly. So, better to get out and live happily.
Here in these cases, NGO's or any association has nothing to do.
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