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    Pages: 155
    Language: English
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This book is the translation of the book entitled “Vidyardhulu – Viluvalu” written by me in Telugu.

Change is the law of life but values or virtues are unchangeable. The older generation of people always think that values are decreasing from generation to generation. In other words there is a clash between the older generation and younger generation with regard to values. With regard to school education the present generation of students have more facilities like building facilities, electricity, benches, water and toilets etc. Moreover, this is an age of the exploration of technology. This is rightly called the age of computers. In every school there are computers to impart computer education to the students which are unknown to the older generation. Computer education is also the need of the day in the improved technology.

The present students are more intelligent than their older generation but they lack in certain values of life and hard work. The present generation of students did not possess certain human virtues like “truthfulness, honesty, gratitude, boldness, speaking truth, lack of pride, hard work, selflessness, civic sense, using cell phones only for good, faith on themselves, culture, etc.”

This book is a contrast between the human virtues and vices and also points out the advantages of virtues and the evil of vices.

- Gali Subbarao