There have been made threads out here where there has been vociferous demands for Hindi to be applicable for all seasons, There has also been the misinforumed claim that Hindi is the National Language or Rshtra Bhasa, when in actuality it is but an Official Language along with English. And here we find that Hindi speaking poor shun free education in Hindi to go to schools that teach English and through the English medium, with dubious Saints added to their school's name. One of officers who took premature retirement started a school in Delhi as Saint Chouhan. I was thunderstruck and I asked him who was this Catholic Saint. He was candid enough to state that unless you added the word "Saint", it would not attract students and that his great grandfather was Sant and in English it would be pronounced as 'Saint'! Another friend who was from Delhi and studied in Raisina Bengali Higher Secondary school was being rejected at job interviews once he gave out his school's name. He used "Saint Raisina' and was selected, but his conscience pricked and he told the Board he added the 'Saint' on his own giving out his earlier experience of not getting a job. Well, he got the job because the Board appreciated his honesty. But then it is only the Saints and English which seems to be doing the trick for getting jobs.