DETERIORATING SPIRITUALITY, INCREASING RELIGIOUS ORTHODOXY AMONG CHILDREN

Authors

  • Dr. Anita Bhalla Director Principal, PGT English, Education Department, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan SL Public School, Amritsar, India
  • Mrs. Suman Dutt Director Principal, PGT English, Education Department, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan SL Public School, Amritsar, India

Keywords:

Deteriorating Spirituality, increasing religious orthodoxy among children

Abstract

Today’s trend is changing despite lots of advancements, technological facilities availability of resources to children but the outcome is quite negative. Many children are in depression, their stress and anxiety level are increasing alarmingly. Many students are becoming rude and aggressive. Though their religious practices are so many but still they are missing somewhere, something. These religious practices are making them fearful, insecured, orthodox, fanatic and superstitious.

As years rolled by, it is observed that children are becoming rude, aggressive, restless and egoistic when it is compared with the students of last 15 years and discussed with many other teachers then unanimously, this was opined that there is a sea-change in the attitude and behavior of students. 15 years ago the children were full of etiquettes, peaceful and respectful but today’s children are not at all internally happy. After lots of discussion with teachers, parents and students it is decided to take the topic

“Deteriorating spirituality increasing religious orthodoxy among children”

has been selected.

So that following problems can be identified.

  • What is the real cause of restlessness and aggressive behavior of children?
  • Why are the students insecured despite mega achievements?
        • Why are children not truly happy?

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Published

15-05-2019

How to Cite

Dr. Anita Bhalla, & Mrs. Suman Dutt. (2019). DETERIORATING SPIRITUALITY, INCREASING RELIGIOUS ORTHODOXY AMONG CHILDREN. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 5(5). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/1778