Madhav's caricatures in mainstream

Caricature by Madhav Dutt
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Some more stories/cartoons are online:

1. Madhav's caricature for Akhilesh Yadav. 

2. Your article on politics and governance

3. Madhav's caricature in the article
This will be bigger - I've already marked that as a change. 

Madhav is included in our About Us page of The Citizen

The Dhoom of Politics

The Dhoom of Politics 

Exorbitant amounts of money, much ado about nothing, and a sorry end result: this sums up the Indian Cinema Industry and the Indian government, all in one. A couple of weeks ago, I made the fatal mistake of going for “Dhoom 3: Back in Action” with a few of my friends. As much as I would enjoy decimating this excuse of a movie scene-by-scene, I write this article to showcase a more interesting link, so I better stay on topic.

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Madhav Dutt is the resident cartoonist for The Young Citizen. Madhav has always been intrigued by journalism and reportage. He believes that the ability to convey your views on issues of global importance is unparalleled, be it through the written word or the illustrated figure. As the erstwhile editor of his school’s newspaper, Madhav enjoyed drawing and writing on a wide range of global events. As an editorial cartoonist, his goal is not just to trivialise, but to sensitise!

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Make teaching the most sought after profession

The biggest challenge for us is to make teachers feel real good for being teachers, and make teaching the most sought after profession in the nation. 
Teachers have a reason to be 'averse to change', as they find themselves on the receiving end from all the stakeholders in the education process - the parents, the students, the management and even the society as a whole is not really as appreciative of our teachers and their work. The lack  of appreciation, leads to the loss of self-esteem. The urge to live in the age of consumerism, leaves little way scope to be innovators, free thinkers and learners. To top it all the out-dated syllabus and the tools of delivery all make their job most uninteresting. Further, in most cases the students out-do the teachers in life-style and earning capacity, and this makes the teacher even more pessimistic in outlook. Some find that 'once a teacher, always a teacher', makes them quite staid and even brings about a feeling of isolation. The teacher becomes 'victims of thyself', as they believe their destiny is to be stuck in the profession alone.
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