First of all, visually stunning Turni! Well done @zayedsakib , as I know most of the shots are your likely.
@simplifylife Thanks for watching that iconic interview scene from "the middle man". Here is the rub, when you take too much of a side, it is my job to take the other side :)
While I agree with the fallacy of our educational system in the sub-continent in general, and our bizzarre way to evaluate and hire people for jobs; I will say certain powerful elements of the same flawed educational system:
- Useless knowledge is useful; you never know when you will use it in real life.
- Memorization is a powerful tool that lots of Asians have. Just ask that to all major Tech Company CEOs.... they are all from the sub-continent:)
- Competition, which seems useless and tiring to you right now, is actually training you for the later part of life, when you will be more lonely and it will be ruthless in real life
I know the number table to 13.... tero ghorer namta. When I memorized, it felt useless to me. But during a data room when I was crunching number in a dusty room in Northern Iraq with just a pencil and paper, it helped me. So did memorization of certain fossil names from Cretaceous time. In Calcutta University I thought that knowledge is completely useless. It saved my life. :)