These days, the term 'coaching class' has become synonymous with a money-making machine for capitalists. It is no longer a knowledge-providing resource for children. Who is to blame? Aren't we the ones who send our children away to these classes? It destroys the child's inner ability to think instinctively, experiment, innovate, distinguish between right and wrong and truly learn by himself.
The play Pappa... No Problem! highlights the harmful effects of coaching classes on children, and how parents can set things straight. By doing so, we can learn about the child's likes, dislikes, abilities and weaknesses, helping them improve.
Like Shakespeare said, 'Every child is a genius', but it's the parents job to retain that genius.