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Tanshi said: (Wed, Jul 16, 2014 11:55:43 PM)    
 
What their said about is absolutely right now-a-days private educational institutions are playing with the life of students. That their only want to earn money as education is only business where their can earn a lot money. So they make students to mug up answers and making them not to think on their own way. Their separate students like duller and toppers. Make those toppers to mug up again from morning 7 to till next day morning 2 o clock. Again continue 7 o clock this goes on. After coming out of that college they suffer a lot that their lost their thinking ability and cannot move with real world. So these private educations institutions should be banded but their have political support so nobody can do anything.

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Reshma said: (Tue, Jul 15, 2014 06:27:20 PM)    
 
I agree this all points and my opinion about this the practical knowledge must important rather than theory. Because what ever thing we are doing firstly we have to know how to do an for success practical knowledge must Important.

The education system is for get achievements and from this we can be a reliable and respective.

And India is so far from this so many facilities government provide to improve ourselves and yourselves and most of students take degree only for formality. And India should be a progressive country if we take it seriously.

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Sekhar said: (Fri, Jun 27, 2014 07:02:55 PM)    
 
After reading everyone's viewpoints which are convincing enough to me.

I feel there should be also social awareness education for children in school.

Because India is a country which is developing, so until we have minds which think about the future of this country we cannot expect our future to be bright.

Education must be categorised into.

1) Math&Sciences (Math Phy chem) Engg courses.

2) Social Awareness (Civic sense, How to be a good citizen, How each individual can develop our country, Helping the poor, participating Social Work to society).

3) Social sciences (Geography, relevant history, economics).

4) languages (Soft Skills, Communication in English in Professional and other forms used Currently, Being Confident, Debates, Discussions Essay writing Thought Expression, Sign Language (For disabled) , Personality Development).

5) Environmental Sciences (How to be responsible towards environment, practical assignments, spread sanitation knowledge, Health, Overall importance of Environment and Human sync in Todays World.

6) Sports and Cultural sciences (Sports and Traditional Cultural activities. Yoga MEDITATION, Self Defense, Life saving skills etc. ).

Children from class 1 TO 6 should have all 6 of the above as common subjects in conceptual practical education methods and from 7th class they need to specialise these branches based on the students interest so that they take keen interest in studying them more and knowing more. Where we can tap their talent and help them change our country for better!

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Deepak said: (Wed, Jun 18, 2014 05:27:23 PM)    
 
Everybody speak their mind. I have read all posts, most of them are valid & need to take actions for reforms.

We just keep on speaking but no action from anyone.

We all know that lots of reforms & improvements required in our Education systems, but no one willing to come together & initiate action.

We should come together & implement the ideas practically.

Without initiative, things can't be change.

The one thing, we must do that "everybody must have rights of good education without cost".

Education systems should not be privatized & it should be government service.

I am ready to initiate action to change the education system & I need support from you all.

If you support then, we can change our India from developing to developed country.

Thanks You.

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Rajan said: (Sat, Jun 7, 2014 09:32:10 PM)    
 
My view is that age factor is more important. These days child at the age of 3 goes to school just to ease for the parents. At that age we make him study as a burden on him or her and child face a stress because mentally physically child is not ready to understand the study. So he try to run from studies. As per me government Has to fix the age of 5 years for admission in school for 1st standard. Before the age of 5 there should not be any education for children even the play school.

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Lathaa Manavalan said: (Fri, Jun 6, 2014 09:35:17 AM)    
 
We need a new Educational reform for future India with a big bye for rote learning process.

We need a professional development program for teachers to best guide the students. We need exams only to test the real-life skills.

Our curriculum should give emphasis on inquiry-based education. We should promote independent learning and make them explore and research topics of their interests. By this we can creative and critical thinking along with social well being. We should enhance quality of education with updating the curriculum which meet the real time needs and real time applications.

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Roopal said: (Wed, May 28, 2014 10:56:09 PM)    
 
Well according to me the biggest change to be done is in the education source only because it is only the source from where we can explore more things and can make people more aware about the happenings in the world, nevertheless the practical knowledge is most vital and powerful factor a child can get the apple in his mind when he practically see the fruit rather than just knowing it, things are very simple but its becoming very complicated.

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Ch Supriya said: (Mon, May 12, 2014 02:13:36 PM)    
 
According to me education system in India is good and we have many educational institutions for medicine, engg etc. But most of the students are interested in studying in USA london for their higher studies only because in India those courses are not provided, if our Indian government try to provide even these courses in India then we have no need to go abroad to complete our education.

And lot of changes has to be taken in the education system. Many educational institutions has a habit of passing the students even tho they are poor in studies only to increase the institution's reputation. Changes should not be taken only by the educational institutions but also there should be change in the way how the students are thinking now-a-days. Students are interested in scoring 80% and 90% irrespect of the knowledge what they are learned these many days. Instead of focussing on the percentage I think it is good to gain the knowledge of the subject.

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Nitin Gulgulia said: (Wed, Apr 30, 2014 10:14:09 PM)    
 
A lot of things comes in mind when we start conversation of education system of India. But I would like to take my group into overall view of education system that is running in India. Even though government is making a lot of plan and doing hard work to provide good education system but people is not getting proper benefit and the reason is corruption. Corruption is not only in politics, corruption is proliferate in education. If all the university in India start working with 100% faith I promise not even 40% would pass. Universities answer school is passing a poor quality candidate. They say you write something we will give marks.

I just want to say that education system is not at all good. Jobbery begin here and that corrupted students of India taking our country toward darkness.

India need smart worker not hard worker, India need quality education not only education.

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Pranay Kumar said: (Wed, Apr 30, 2014 01:08:31 PM)    
 
In today's world, people are competing with education where ever we go. Now a days percentage or the secured marks have become more important than the knowledge of a person. Education system has become a commercial institute to the students. So how can the students gain knowledge when the system itself is concentrating on its key point called money, a child's parents want their child to be in a good position, so from beginning of their life they try to place their child in a good school and then college, if the child gets good marks they decide their kid is studying well, and if he doesn't score good marks they join their kid in some tuitions, not all but only few parents notice what their child wants to be. As a building cannot be built in a day, the changes in education system cannot be changed in a day/night, every individual in the society should take some measures so only we can make India a better country.

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Lathaa Manavalan said: (Sat, Apr 26, 2014 05:49:21 PM)    
 
CBSE curriculum under Mr.Vineet Joshi Chairman of CBSE has brought more reforms to some real world situations. We can see a holistic development of a child. So we have transformed from theoretical knowledge to practical knowledge development. Moreover CBSE-I has been introduced in many schools catering the needs of our future generation. We need an innovative and research oriented education. We should develop critical thinking and problem solving skills along with leadership abilities.

Life skills education too is every essential. Open book exam system introduced by CBSE has threw away the rote learning system. Our higher education system should turn to research oriented one. RTE Act 2009 which still remains only in paper form should be implemented national level in full swing with proper monitoring to increase our quality of education. Parents and teachers should find out the real hidden talents of the children and support their career options.

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Swapnil Singh said: (Wed, Apr 16, 2014 07:53:57 PM)    
 
Greet to one and all, in my point of view there are various areas in Indian education system which needs reformation, our education system is like read, give exams, get good marks and thats it. Despite of various schemes by government and crores of rupee invested in this sector the status is not going up, according to a survey held by Indian government more than 50% students of eighth class not know to read and write.

Some ways to make education system quality oriented are:

. With theoretical knowledge the practical aspects of the subject should be taught.

. Encourage the students that how they will apply there knowledge in the welfare of mankind.

. Exam pattern should be such that the practical problem related to the subject should be given so that student can apply knowledge "practically".

. Like IAS exam "ITS" (INDIAN TEACHING SERVICE) exam should be held to select the most promising candidate to train the budding mind which is going to be the future of the country.

. Courses which are the need of today and future should be included.

By making our education system by this approach we really educate a student and not only trained them. As Gandhiji also told that "By education I mean all round development of childs".

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Rama said: (Wed, Apr 9, 2014 12:34:47 PM)    
 
I teach in a University in Tamil Nadu and the standard of the students as well as teachers here is shockingly low. The MSc students who had got 70-80% in BSc and join Masters, do not know the subject even at school level. Many of them are not capable of understanding the subject even if you try to teach them. They write absolute nonsense in Exams and expect to pass! More surprisingly all other faculty here do pass them! It is because your teaching is valuated by the pass percentage and the student evaluation. Both will be very good if you give unreasonably high marks. If you fail many students the university authorities ask you to pass them because UGC evaluates the universities by the results. This is the sole reason why students pass. The government sponsors higher education, but are not in a state to evaluate the universities.

In my opinion higher education should not be free (or cost negligible amount) At least the students should be made to pay back the amount spent on their education. This will take care of the problem of not interested students wanting to get a degree. Higher education is not a must for a living. Those of the students who are really talented and have interest in the subject should get a masters degree.

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Suchitha said: (Wed, Apr 9, 2014 12:57:31 AM)    
 
Education must be interested in four outcomes:

Knowledge - What they know.

Practice - What our children are able to do.

Character - The kind of people they become.

Passion - This is positive energy that comes from focusing on what excites individual.

Knowledge is power and without practical application of knowledge it is of no value.

What is the force which influences an individual to have more knowledge? it is only the passion or interest.

Knowledge will give you power but character will give you respect.

Character includes wide range of positive human values which are humanity, courage, confidence, responsibility, leadership and hard work.

It doesn't mean all these should be acquired from school or college education only.

But children will acquire all the above from parents, family, schools, friends and society. Today our society is slowly habituating to evil things like suicide, rape, cyber crimes, theft, acid attack etc. Obviously we are all part of this society and definitely we will be affected.

Children are the foundation of our motherland.

I feel it is our responsibility to enhance the education of our children by imbibing knowledge, practice, character and passion from the primary stage itself.

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Chakrapani said: (Mon, Apr 7, 2014 06:36:24 PM)    
 
The Requirement of the changes should be must. Because Now a days To get a Good job is very tofu. Why Because The way of education is not full fill the Requirements of Job Motive. The standards of the education is decreasing due to the entrance of the corporate collages They are concentration on the only Ranks and Marks they complete syllabus in just 3 or 4 months in hole year syllabus. Without any explanation. Only rub the students. And not improve the communication skills as per the job motive improve the way of thinking the job motive.

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Nikita said: (Fri, Mar 28, 2014 11:27:27 PM)    
 
Well, I am an Indian. Our education system needs a lot of improvement. I face a lot of problems. Physics is my major one! We have to learn a lot of proofs and I mean a lot! I don't do rote learning, instead I focus on understanding the concept, but that's not helpful to me! Students, in my class, who wrote notes, get more marks, while I don't. I get really discouraged by that. There is no practical learning at all! Teachers give you notes and if you can remember them for a long time, then you're going to be the topper! It's just so exhausting!

Once, I asked my teacher something because I couldn't understand it. He told me but still, I didn't get it and he said, " Rote if you can't understand it. ".

For God sake, I don't want to learn your damn notes, I want to explore new things. I am sorry to say this, but, our education system sucks! And forget that our government will do something.

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Dheleepan Ravanan said: (Sun, Mar 23, 2014 02:53:05 PM)    
 
Hello friends I am Dheleepan from Tamil Nadu. In my point the education system needs a serious reform. I am currently doing BE. Take about 10 years back, there will be engineers in a city or a village. But now there is an engineer in one street. This shows the improvement, but not in basic education. Education primary thing is to cultivate a good citizen and not marks. But here for only money, marks some educational institution are running. Take Namakkal district (near Salem) schools which tops the state results fail to crack the IIT JEE and AIEEE. This clearly shows what education means to them.

Education not only civilize the people it also teaches beyond that. Take our state Tamil Nadu there are about 500 engineering colleges out of which only 100 colleges will have good infrastructure and other facility. In Tamil Nadu state there is no need to learn the basics, they only need marks. In India the research centers and the facilities are very weak. What we read through book don't apply practically. Only mark based education system is there and there is no creativity in this education system.

Most government schools lack basic facility and also staff don't come to class regularly. One example shows where our future teacher stands. A TET (Teacher Eligibility Test) was conducted for teachers to get a government job. 80% of them failed. This shows where this education system stands. A staff who has to teach student fails in the test means, it depicts our educational system. There is no entrance exam so most schools teach only 12th and skip the 11th syllabus completely.

Most students mug-up and write the test and score good marks. Also 12th question paper will not be upto the standards as most of the one marks will not be application-oriented.

So, In my point the educational system needs serious reform and has to provide education to all and more research centers has to be inaugurated.

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Vineetkumar Gopalakrishnan said: (Fri, Mar 7, 2014 12:14:42 AM)    
 
Dear all,

I have just gone through various suggestion and views of your's, it was really good to see all of your insight on education redevelopment in our country. I'm currently working in project for re-establishment of " value education" in our country school, the idea is still in a seed stage. I would like to have any view and suggestion on the same, I'm Just posting the topics which are to be discussed down. If you could share some glimpse of your knowledge it would serve our purpose this would bring inclusive growth for this project.

Can any one share their view and opinion on the below topics.

A. What lead to downfall of value education.

B. Thorough detailing on nature, characteristic of value education with suitable example.

C. Women's role in empowering the culture, tradition and society in past, present and future.

D. Why do we need a change now.

E. Advantage and disadvantage of current education system.

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Balanagendran D said: (Sat, Feb 22, 2014 04:40:44 PM)    
 
Respected All,

I feel glad to partake in this thought provoking discussion to air my indictments about the education system in India. I would like to say here that, our education system needs a reform for sure. Whether is it a serious reform or a reform shouldn't be the pointer. Because every reform is made to rectify a serious policy paralysis. Few of our friends aired their anxiety about reservation, however we must understand and accept that we cannot put an end to reservations in 60 years for the discriminations occurred for thousands of years. Moreover, without such reservations, we can't have inclusive growth in the country as we still prohibit people who are living in forests and hills to join the mainstream. It is all upto the change in the mindset of the citizens and the political icons of India.

My apprehension lies on the privatisation of Education and turning education into an industrial hub. In the preamble of our constitution we call India as "socialist", however the lately made alterations in the policies or so-called reforms resemble India as a country of downright crony capitalism. If you are a political top brass either in state level or in union level, you will possess a quite number of arts and science colleges, polytechnic institutes, 1 or 2 engineering colleges, or if you like even a medical college. The only requirement is you need to be a hard politician of India nothing else. This sort of privatisation surely ruins the nation so bad so good. As we all call Indians, or a die hard democrats must realise the impact of capitalistic elements in society. We can even privatise anything in the country except health and education.

But alas, India is cautious in privatising these both. Creating awareness about family planning to curb rapid growth of population, increasing transparency in human resource development, increasing free and qualitative educations via constitutional means rather than the counterfeit socially sponsored schemes, reducing gender gap in education, mandating primary education through mother tongue, establishing basic educational institutes people friendly, increasing health, reducing the level of poverty and so forth need to be addressed with paramount vigilance. However we, the citizens and the elected representatives have forgotten all these societal blockades but focusing on US "the disgustingly dishonest capitalist country", UK, Australia ETC would do naught but serve in deep dissipation of our time and energy.

Thus, we must need reformation in the livelihood of indians that are off the outskirts of education bar the conscience of it. Thanks for frittering your precious time in reading my views of the reformations needed in Indian education system.

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Khushboo said: (Sat, Feb 22, 2014 09:30:20 AM)    
 
Hello friends,

The educational system of India needs a serious reform. Firstly the theoretical system should be changed to a practical one as we see there a lot many institutes but they render students jobless even after having a degree. Secondly,

There should be more awareness among the people about different fields as we find people have inner talent but they lack the proper guideline on how to use their talent.

Next, the quality of teachers also needs to improved by providing them with proper and timely training to build students capabilities. Also the reservation system needs a change as we see many a times the unreserved category, in-spite of having a deep and thorough knowledge are unable to enter into best institutes.

All these reforms will surely help Indian educational system improve to a great extent.

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Vijay said: (Thu, Feb 20, 2014 06:11:09 PM)    
 
More schools in India are expecting money from the students. They don't really like to teach the students the real and present world of science that they had learned and experienced. Most of the schools make their students to MUG UP the answers and make them to vomit in the board exams. They don't feel and think 'on what field the student have real interest ?'. They force the students to do well in board exams to make their school ratings to get increased. This automatically makes the students to carry a no of burdens in their educational part of life. This should be changed.

Thank you for reading my speech.

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Suheb Ghare said: (Wed, Feb 12, 2014 12:00:17 AM)    
 
Yes, I too agree with the fact that India education system need a reformation.

I think that the "System of Education" should be changed. Education is must in today's time, because without knowledge we doesn't anywhere. So, we have to develop our mind according to today's requirements.

In today's world, studies is a biggest competition in the world. Education is not what it is supposed to be. Education is preparing a person to face everyday life. Today's education produces only money making machines. The moral values are getting eroded. Education must make the student THINK. It must make them invent new ideas and not reinvent the same wheel. Education system is in the hand of government. So when government changes books every time development process of student is changed. Indian education system definitely without a doubt needs reforms.

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Sneha said: (Thu, Jan 30, 2014 01:41:40 PM)    
 
Everyone is talking about how bad is our education system. However the thing we should look into it how to improve it. The theoretical educations system needs to be more practical, and no of institutions are there which are giving degrees like products in the shops. According to me there is the profession like ca which requires practical knowledge and hence the concern institute having their course with mandatory practical training which gives birth to a knowledgeable person called ca. This is the criteria to be followed by institution and stop selling the product in market.

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Suchismita Sarangi said: (Tue, Jan 28, 2014 07:42:23 PM)    
 
The education system in the country need serious reforms to make higher education accessible to students from all sections of the society Despite having the desire and skills, thousands of students in the country were not able to pursue higher education. Only 15 per cent of the students in the country have access to higher education. This situation should change. This situation should change. The Central and State governments should work towards making the higher education accessible to all, With the present education system, only those who secured high marks were able to enter the portals of higher education.

Urging the government to bring in proactive measures that allowed the establishment of more universities and autonomous institutions the present affiliation system had shifted the focus of the universities from research to the conduct of examinations. The varsities were burdened with the conduct of examinations, evaluation and publication of results.

This needs a change. The universities should take up more research, publish research papers and bring in more innovative technologies, Mr. Viswanathan also urged the government to improve the school education system. According to a global survey conducted in 74 countries, India was ranked 73rd in terms of quality of education, while China got the top spot. We need to do more to improve the quality of our school education.

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Lekha said: (Sun, Jan 26, 2014 06:01:05 PM)    
 
In my point of view,

There should be change in education system,

1. We should have more practical knowledge than the theoretical knowledge.

2. Now days everybody want to be a engineer or doctor. So there is should be a change in the fields. Many fields are there in india, but everybody concentrating only in engineering. After finishing the graduates. There is no vacant in their field. They joining job some other field which is not related to him /his field. So there should be change in education system.

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Ritu Pandey said: (Mon, Jan 20, 2014 03:18:26 PM)    
 
The Education System in India definitely need a lot of change.

The Most important change would me in the marking system, where students are mainly judged on their performance in papers. Let me explain you this in detail. Consider two Scenarios. Student A has memorized the whole book, word to word. Student 2 has understood the concepts in the book. Student A will just vomit all the answers in the paper. Student B will write the answers in his own words. Now the result would be pretty sure. Student A secures a 70% marks and Student B secures only 50%. Now when the selection criteria for job would be 60%. Because of this the Student B will be deprived of the selection procedure even if he is having great knowledge. So according to me the education system should be made more practical, rather than concentrating only on theory. For example a students performance should be judged on a daily basis based on his performance during the lectures. A single exam cannot decide a students credibility.

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Manan said: (Tue, Jan 14, 2014 05:28:06 PM)    
 
The first thing that needs to be done is change the definition of "homework". Copying stuff already given in the book just to "fill the notebooks up" is what is prevalent in all the schools of our pathetic education system. Homework is all about learning stuff NOT given in the book, so homework should include research work and reports.

The "facts" given in Indian books have been proven wrong atleast 50 years ago, if not a hundred.

Sorry for reviving this topic, but it needs serious consideration.

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Sangeetha said: (Sun, Jan 12, 2014 10:59:19 AM)    
 
Now a days education system based on marks & ranks. So simply studying the syllabus and then write the exams. This is not the correct way. We have to change this in a practical manner.

Lectures give freedom for students to sharing their thoughts. & they should understand the students capability&how to behave with the students they should know about that. Every individuals are think about are education& how to change this. Then only we can change the system.

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Riju Chaudhuri said: (Thu, Jan 9, 2014 08:28:50 PM)    
 
Albert Einstein " 'Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid. ' that's exactly happening to us, I think every single kid in our world has it's own ability, but we, the stupid people, judge them in a poisonous way, we wanna kill their ability and we force them to study all the subjects, all the the topics, but this is not smart, if you put sachin to dance, and Bieber to bat, nobody can show their talents. So we must change this system as soon as possible.

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Raghu said: (Thu, Jan 9, 2014 12:50:26 PM)    
 
Hi guys myself Raghu. All you people are talking about the system and how the system is or was fail. No one has discussed about how to change the system. Now itself discuss about the system how it will be change. Because some lectures or teachers will be read they will think how to change. So, please discuss about the how to change the system.

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Chakrapani said: (Mon, Jan 6, 2014 02:14:28 PM)    
 
I agree that now a days they don't teach how to reach a destination of life. Always they telling about study and how to get rank and marks. Also they teach how to thing to reach the goal. ?what a present situation. ? how to make a steps one the way how to develop to skills as per "goal" requirements. First of all how to know over own talent.

Generally All people are studies first. Often they think what will I do. They have not a particular idea about it. They simply blame to society. And compromise their "goal" And they doing different jobs. With some dissatisfaction. So at-least up to 12th standard they give moral education. The problem will be control.

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Bharti Mishra said: (Sun, Dec 29, 2013 09:42:47 PM)    
 
Education has been a problem in our country and lack of it has been blamed for all sorts of evil for hundreds of years. Even Rabindranath Tagore wrote lengthy articles about how Indian education system needs to change. Funny thing is that from the colonial times, few things have changed. We have established IITs, IIMs, law schools and other institutions of excellence; students now routinely score 90% marks so that even students with 90+ percentage find it difficult to get into the colleges of their choice; but we do more of the same old stuff.

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Mohideen Fathima said: (Fri, Dec 20, 2013 02:23:45 PM)    
 
In my point of view education system only concentrate on studies only rather than extra curricular activities.

Education in India means to come to school, mug up the things & vomit them in exams. If you can learn, hurrah you are brilliant but if you are good in music, dance, art or writing then you are going to have a lot of hard work in your life.

Most of the friends told like practical knowledge is lesser than the theoretical knowledge. Its true definitely we can change this.

Thank you for giving an wonderful opportunity.

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Shubham said: (Fri, Dec 20, 2013 12:07:18 AM)    
 
There should be more fields in Indian education system. Everybody wants to be doctor engineer. We can't have that much amount of post. So we have to distribute students in different fields. If someone like sport he should be a sportsman not a engineer same as if someone is interested in photography or history he or she must go for it. Every parents want their children as doctor, engineer or manager etc. We have to make all fields equal so if there is 100 vacancy for engineer there should be maximum 150 engineering student and they should be interested in their field so they study it well and develop better concept.

Other thing there is value of marks not knowledge. If there are two student one has better knowledge of subject and other has memorized everything. In exam first candidate write everything he knows in his word and second copy the answer line to line as book and has no knowledge. Then the second candidate will get 90-95% marks and first candidate will get 50% marks. Then after course the first candidate will see that he must have more than 70% marks to get selected. He has knowledge but not marks and the other candidate has marks but not knowledge.

There should be practical knowledge instead of theoretical. We always get theory knowledge and when we reach to the field we come to know that whatever we have studied is totally useless. There should be practical knowledge of everything.

The final thing is that we can fight for college after school there are so many option for us. But after graduation we have limited options and we can't fight more after graduation. After school if I go for something and I fail then I'll try for something which is better for me. But after graduation I can't change my field. So there should be less no of seat in every field. Ex- there are lots and lots of no of seat for engineering and less number of post. So reduce the seats.

Education is not a business.

Stop building colleges and school if you can't build a better candidate.

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Pritesh Parab said: (Thu, Dec 19, 2013 07:53:50 PM)    
 
Today's Education system is more like a business institutes. Taking Admission in a good school is a difficult task for parents. It develops pressure not only to child but parents too. And once you get the admission in the school parents are realizing that their ward is not getting the education up to mark as in school just syllabus is taught and heavy projects are given to the ward which actually parents completes.

So Today's education according to me is becoming commercial. Today's education as reformed which is good but the teachers should understand their duties and put concentration on the child who is studying rather than having private tuition.

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Nishanth said: (Sun, Dec 15, 2013 05:04:53 PM)    
 
Hello friends.

If I am an educational minister of our country, I will implement this kind of educational system in INDIA.

->Students need not to join and study in a college for 4 years. Instead of wasting time In learning subjects in theory based education system, split that 4 years into two Halves.

->>For first two years make students work practically in different jobs related to engineering like.

A) Work in a mechanical shop so that you can get some knowledge about some name and work of the parts used. It will be helpful for mechanical engineering student.

B) Work in electricity board as electricians. So it will be useful for electrical students.

C) Work in a place of construction of buildings. You can came to know about use of materials used to construct a building. It is for civil engineers.

D) In some communicating service centre like BSNL etc - helpful for ECE department students.

->Like that separate the first two year as 8 three months and make students, who finished their 12th standard course and join engineering, to work in 8 different jobs related to engineering course for first two years So that they can practically know about things happening in different fields.

->For next two make them teach based on theory basis with the help of professional professors. It will be so helpful for their future wherever they go.

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Arohi said: (Sat, Dec 14, 2013 07:37:56 AM)    
 
As the education getting worse so the people wants change but they didn't think how to change. The parents always aware of our education but didn't take responsibilities to make change. The problem arises only when we having more than enough schools/colleges this days nearly for small town also there are 20's of schools and colleges that to without proper education they didn't provide practical knowledge and playground.

So many don't know about games even sports names also they don't know. In that case the government should take action to cease such institutions those who are not providing play ground and practical knowledge. If the students goes to industry environment to see how the theoretical things are working in life they get skills to innovate new things. Even providing notes to students is not enough good after teaching the teacher wants notes from students and rectify their mistakes immediately this is right process to make them good in subjects.

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Common Student said: (Wed, Dec 11, 2013 10:00:27 PM)    
 
Today's education system is really worrying the students. It has became an headache for all the students. Now the open text based system is going to start which has made the students more worried. In exams the student who write long answers get full marks while the student who is writing short answers but up to the point and concept does not get marks which he/she deserve. The education system should be changed like if you see the CBSE textbooks everything is based on fun and magic way. My mother always use to say me that the CBSE textbooks are the worst books ever she had seen. Education system is not that bad but it should need every much improvement. Thank you for allowing me to share my opinion with you guys. :).

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Gayathri said: (Wed, Dec 11, 2013 04:27:31 PM)    
 
As per our educational practice, it will be good if the taught process gets carried on more practical than theoretical. Because of theoretical teaching, the students are not gaining any additional knowledge other than what they taught. According to my view if the practical education is provided to the students, the students will be more beneficial and gain more knowledge and it will definitely help them for bright future.

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Gopinathan said: (Sun, Nov 24, 2013 03:46:58 AM)    
 
The first thing to teach the children the basic requirements of life is,

1. Meditation and yoga to be education class in day to day classes.

2. Research and diagnose each every thing he wishes by giving more practical.

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Smriti said: (Fri, Nov 15, 2013 12:09:20 PM)    
 
According to me the education system in India is theoretical based not practical based. As everything written in book is having practical application, if the teachers explain any topic along with practical application during delivery of lecture it would be beneficial to the students. And each school should have the smart classes rather than chalk and talk method.

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Akhil Matam said: (Mon, Nov 11, 2013 10:49:15 PM)    
 
Education is an instrument which changes man into complete man. But today's education system making man into half, I mean half knowledge person. According to a great author a half knowledge person is dangerous. Because whatever he do, he will do with his half knowledge. This is the reason why Indians are not getting noble prizes!

And that can not make a man into man of ethics&values. That is the reason for increasing crime and rapes in India.

So we have to modify the system in such a way that education gives a child to act as human being and can deal any case at maturity and deep practical knowledge about subject and able to invent something new.

(here education includes not only physics economics etc. But also fine arts sports in whatever a man INTERESTED).

For this we have to change just school education system if it changes automatically everything changes involuntarily.

For this faculty should be excellent in his talents. Otherwise everything remains unchanged. SPOON FEEDING should be stopped. In my view, puranas Gurukuls are encouraged.

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Senseme said: (Wed, Nov 6, 2013 09:47:04 PM)    
 
One of the major disadvantage arise from disqualified staff members, they are spoil the current education system, some private institutes are selecting the staff members for running the institute and gaining money from collecting fees. In India there are so many schools and higher education institute are running with lesser performance. They are finally providing educational certificates only but improve the students knowledge. So first block the disqualified educational institutions.

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Amar said: (Thu, Oct 31, 2013 04:05:43 PM)    
 
The fact that most of us are ending up being in the wrong field is the biggest SYMPTOM of the fact that our education system is rubbish.

All brilliant, outstanding brains of School days end up being in either an Engineering college or a MBA college.

Education system along with "MENTALITY OF INDIANS" is the sole reason for the day we are seeing today.

I have seen people discriminating on basis of educational qualification. ARTS students in particular always face discrimination.

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Ravi Jain said: (Sat, Oct 26, 2013 04:22:49 PM)    
 
A famous quote "All work no play makes jack a dull boy". No time to play "they say we must learn to manage our time but it isn't possible. We get very less time or no time to play as all the time goes away in doing our home works or studying. According to school timetable we don't get enough time to play as we get nearly an hour to play in the whole week.

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P Vineeth said: (Fri, Oct 25, 2013 01:10:04 AM)    
 
These changes must come up in our Indian Education System:

1. Make English as the main language for all students from 'KG'. And they must make students practice vocabulary from grade 2.

2. Hindi should be thought till 7th grade as compulsory subject so that the students hone the basic skills of the language.

3. In grade 8, students must be given freedom to take Hindi or not, Take computers or biology or arts as optional subjects.

4. On every "Saturday" a MCQ test (1 hour for all subjects) and 2 hours subjective tests of 30 marks must be taken. These tests should cover the syllabus completed (of all the subjects) in that week. It ensures that the student is revising the subjects done on that particular day when it was taught in class.

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Ganesh said: (Thu, Oct 24, 2013 06:35:31 AM)    
 
Ya all you say is to change the education system but what we need is we should have more practical classes than theory class. Instead of just reading about a particular think cannot give clear vision like we do in practical knowledge since I am studying BE civil I don't know many thing practically sometime what we study in book is not followed in real world. I think this is major problem we are facing. What you say.

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Pradnya said: (Wed, Oct 23, 2013 08:10:28 PM)    
 
There are some key facts I observed that are going wrong and adding only to the pressure of the student.

1) We need to complete notebooks, assignments and projects that are nothing but copy-pastes from internet. They are merely completed as a formality for scoring those marks. What's the use of such things in schools when we learn nothing from them?

2) The exams can be good at testing problem solving abilities, but has two defects- first is the marking system (It doesn't point where the student lacks behind, it just tells the score. And these scores sometimes threaten students' self worth) and the second is that they don't teach us much about how to apply knowledge in practical situations. Exams could do with some real life scenarios and asking the student to solve/study them on the spot.

3) The extra curricular activities are imposed as formalities too. Students are made to dance/sing just because they can obey instructions of the teacher who sets the program. I've never seen someone dance or sing or even speak with true emotions on my school stage. They appear like trained parrots and machines instead. Students need to be given freedom to choose their own extra curricular activities AND what they do with that talent. Teachers can't decide such things; it takes away students' freedom.

4) I don't see a point in the whole 'discipline' act in our schools. We need to wear uncomfortable formal uniforms just because they look important, we need to walk in a line because that's a disciplined thing, we can't roam about our own school campus and need to stay in classes and all such senseless stuff. The school is meant for KIDS, for God's sake! Why can't we roam free, shout and sing and enjoy, explore the lovelier areas of school and wear comfortable clothes in our own school? This might seem a trivial thing at first, but it affects the students' sense of being, thirst for exploration, social skills and ability to have fun very tremendously. This is a main factor that turns kids into machines.

Last of all, thank you for giving such a good platform to put my views!!! It feels nice to know that people are beginning to questions these established things! :)

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Ajay said: (Wed, Oct 23, 2013 12:36:29 PM)    
 
I am glad to have a chance participate in this interesting group discussion.

I think the planning of the Indian education is well but the applying the planning is not that well that is expected to be.

1). If you see any primary standard books in government school there are so many practical question when there is something new is introduced, Let see one example,

Teacher introduces about trees and tells their importance to the students and after that there are some questions like.

1). What are the trees you observe in your school premises.

2). Name the trees the you observe in your garden.

3). Did you observe any difference between them which them or big, which of them have more stems, leaves. Etc.

Like that but they did not concentrate on that part even they have interest the teacher don't let the students to concentrate on that part. She simply tell them answers and ask them to by-heart it for next class I will ask you. Like this.

In this way the good planning is going like burden to the students, this is happening because of the most of the teachers in government schools,

If you come to private schools the scenario is entirely horrible, the students even don't understood the question and answer they are just in hurry to by-heart them and in all the most bad thing is in most of the professional colleges also they don't learn concept and apply them they just simply take guide or material and by-heart the most important questions. This is the way the good planning twisted when it comes to the practical stage.

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Ramanika said: (Fri, Oct 11, 2013 03:27:38 PM)    
 
One of the prime ways of finding out if you are up that you are able to implement what you learnt in your daily needs. Indian education system lacks the procedure of practical education. Theoretical study is obvious but to some extent. Nowadays Indian students are more prone to books than practical uses. It should be changed.

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Shivani said: (Thu, Oct 3, 2013 11:08:54 PM)    
 
Hai this is Shivani.

Thanks to all the people for their beautiful and interesting views and I do agree with some of them.

According to me education should be made interesting and not a burden on the student.

I loved studying but now its something like an official duty which is compulsory to do. Under such a compulsion, I'm unable to enjoy my studies, understand it or implement it in my real life. I know that it is common to all students.

Sorry to say but I'm really unhappy with India's education system. We have plans but they aren't executed properly.

Practical knowledge is must rather than theoretical one.

Improve the quality of education rather than the quantity.

My message today is time is running out, we have to act. Enough of discussions and debates.

Hoping for the best :).

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Niranjan Patel said: (Thu, Oct 3, 2013 10:32:09 PM)    
 
I think to improve education open book exam system should conducted. No one likes to memorize information in his/her head. Teacher should teach basic concept of subject and real life problems on the basis of that problems. In exam they allowed to take their book with them to refer basic things like formulas, equations etc. Exam should be creative. The question asked in exam should be not same as the book instead the should be on the basis of the concept from the book so that student can figure out on their own.

When asked what is the speed of sound Albert Einstein said: "I do not carry such information in my mind since it is readily available in books. ".

In the END the motive of education should not to make students informative but make them knowledgeable and creative.

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Simran said: (Fri, Sep 27, 2013 11:44:23 AM)    
 
Hi, this is Simran.

I am totally fed up of our education system. I really loved and enjoyed studying but slowly slowly when I grew up I found our education system a total burden. I am lacking of my.

Own creativities and interests. I agree CCE pattern is good but it's not getting totally implemented, the way it is told and displayed. Today syllabus widerness is destroying.

Small ones open minds. Education system is totalising on.

Fetching marks and building an attitude of leaving others behind. As in boards we are told that we will not tell you what will come, just go thoroughly of the syllabus. What the fuck! Even teachers here are not able to give proper answer without the marking scheme, and before exams they also are not to make our syllabus complete which is too wider and sometimes we lack behind some chapters and we have to self study them. If this will be the condition how we will fetch %, leave others behind on which system focuses. Leave our intentions and creativities, system is not even able to accomplish what it is focusing on. I think these system makers are playing with our future.

Every year there is a new burden on child. Also,

There is a big problem also in schools teachers are not allowed to have tuitions of school in which they teach but what is going on is that school teachers do this and tell paper to their students of her school in which she teach. What is this han? This kind of partiality had happened with me a lots of time. I don' t think our education system focuses to educate us but the only want to fetch money and money. If this continued one day will come when in order to say our India best we will be supposed to say another country best and India will lack off literate population and children and also a good human resource.

THERE IS A SERIOUS NEED TO CHANGE OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM.

There should be a system in which children are not spoiled by their teachers but are asked to what they really need. In this developing world we need practical skills and little bit theoretical also but not all theoretical.

TODAY WE SMALL CHILDREN HAVE NO TIME FOR FAMILY, PLAY, FRIENDS, INTERESTS AND WORLD. If we say this to our system I know they will say if you want this then you are a loser because a winner is only who fetch marks and leave others behind wit no feeling or thought of other thing. Thy call this a hard work. I think this kind of hard work is the key to " A SUCCESS WHICH IS A HELL!. ".

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Indian said: (Thu, Sep 26, 2013 06:35:18 PM)    
 
Hi friends.

I really appreciate your views regarding on this topic and I would like to present my views on this topic also. According to me education has became like ocean. In India every citizen has realize that education is the part of our life. Its never mind that your education should be done in India or abroad but achieve your goals. Finally respect to our motherland and do something useful for the country.

No one can change the Education System because Education is also corrupted so forget about the problems. Never give a chance to last, be a first in your life.

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Anoohya said: (Thu, Sep 26, 2013 03:26:16 PM)    
 
Hi buddies,

The real meaning of the education is TO LEARN THINGS IN A RIGHT WAY that means it not only refers to only studies but also any other activities that one interested to learn. Simply speaking, for a cricket player cricket coaching is a education and for a chess player playing chess and preparing is an education and to be a graduate academic studies are the education.

But in the current situation it is not really happening most of all the education institutions are in mad rush to gain more profits by making education as the business.

So there is urgent need of reforms to retain the glory of education.

Many of the institutions are making the students to sit hours to hours in front of the books and making them far reach from the practical knowledge. Though many students are good at studies they are unable to sustain in the practical world.

All the institutions are mesmerizing the parents with the useless advertisements.

As parent one should also think what the real education to his ward.

A good education is when.

1) One can not try to mug up the syllabus but understand it and implement it in his practical life.

2) When the student was no trying to study but loving to study.

Finally I want to say that there is an urgent need of reforms in the society.

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Indhu said: (Sun, Sep 15, 2013 03:42:51 PM)    
 
Good to see the discussion going on right route without deviation.

Few things to highlight were.

1. Where do our child education start from ? - we all forget that our child starts learning first at home then at nursery/primary level. This is were the strong foundation to be made.

2. Every parent should bother about the knowledge, problem solving skills, aptitude, language skills were built for their child or not. These evaluation is irrespective of marks/ranks they score.

3. Every parent should spare time to better understand their child's interest, the areas where they excel, the areas where they can be eligible to get molded to excel. Avoid comparison with your neighbor children.

4. We all very well know sitting & speaking about the existing Education system or our views are not going to help us immediately. Remember, in INDIA changes for betterment are NOT SO EASY. This is not to blame our country but pertaining to what & where the country is driving, we can't expect betterment's in any field soon.

We take the responsibilities to change our generation & neighbors by making them understand & implement the responsibilities which are very well feasible & under control by them.

5. Educate your child either in your native/foreign (English) language the problem solving techniques, situation handling, social awareness, behaviour, analytical skills, etc. For doing this parents need NOT BE MUST EDUCATED. Our country had great scholars in ancient days when we had no formula for education. Our scholars had excelled in many areas like astrology, mathematics (vedic) , business, attitude (joint family has rendered way for TEAM WORK learning, DISTRIBUTION of work, RESPONSIBILITIES, PLANNING checklist preparation for performing prayers during festivals, etc. ).

Probably, these methodologies have not been documented.

6. Ensure your child understands the concepts/base method & is able to recollect it.

7. Place your child in RIGHT PLACE where their knowledge & attitude is well built rather than putting them in TOP NOTCH schools & colleges.

8. Teach your child the self learning capability. Lots of tips there to enhance your child skills.

9. Once we parents stop bothering about education system then all education business funda will take right route.

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Rashi said: (Mon, Sep 9, 2013 11:41:45 PM)    
 
Our education system has developed many loopholes. From school onwards children are bound to get into the rat race of percentage game. His percentage defines his abilities while his hobbies are neglected just for the sake of winning this murky race. Colleges cutoffs have reached to 100% even a 98% holder is shown the gate but does that make him any lesser then the 99% holder?Thanks to our education system for developing such kind of disparities.

What we are taught in colleges is far apart what companies demand. Industries demand wide practical knowledge but our syllabus sprays focus mostly on theoretical aspect. Educational institutes are becoming money making organisations. There is an urgent need of the hour to curb this ongoing problem. Syllabuses should be prepared looking at the vision of students including sports and other extra curricular besides studies. Percentage should not be the only point of judgement.

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Diksha Punia said: (Mon, Sep 9, 2013 09:22:24 PM)    
 
I think that there must be need for changing the educational system. As in India or in the world at this time, girls are going at the top in all the fields either which are related to the study or to the business.

I think that if all the people give freedom to their child, especially, to the girls then I am sure that a day will become when India will be at the top in he world.

There should be change in the syllabus also that students can prepare themselves for the coming problems in their real life.

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Harry said: (Wed, Sep 4, 2013 07:27:05 PM)    
 
Hi friends!

In point of view, our Education system should reform immediately. Every students in India is produce as a bookworm. They should have more innovative thinking on their mind. But what happens in schools and colleges? Students are well talented to score a very high marks and getting a good college. After that, placing a good company.

A good education system has the ability to change its society and country. But Indian education system is not doing like this. Our education system can produce a good student not a good citizen of India.

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Neeraj said: (Tue, Sep 3, 2013 10:03:34 PM)    
 
Truly speaking we are not teached to respect our culture, language also most of us unaware of Indian Ways of life. New generation is best example not even have manners how to behave with elders. Every country in the world have respect for their customs and tradition, their languages and their old practices in religion.

But in our country we do not have respect for our National language Hindi and other languages spoken in India, even our constitution is written in English how foolish it is. This is all done by Britishers To break India backbone. Are aware what Britishers says when they fist came to India "we not find any single man poor, All here are rich & living a good and prosper life, all here are Independent.

If We have to make Indian our slave & rule the whole country, we have to break the backbone of Indian that is their believe in their traditions, customs, language, Respect given to teachers, their ways of living life, their religion teachings, their scared books (epics) and all that which make them thrive & independent, " they succeed what we are studying today is based on education system made by English men not ours. Our Education policy makers are educated in this system so what would you expect from them. We are so dependent that not able to make education system of ours.

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Khamar Firdawsee said: (Thu, Aug 29, 2013 12:43:29 AM)    
 
Every human being is endowed with some sort skill in him. Basically education should strive to bring that skill to surface in him and develop that inherent and innate faculty in him.

Further, education should not make one just a xerox machine of the books he had studied, while it must impel in him the network to research-mindedness on original path-finding useful discoveries and inventions.

Above everything else one must do away with the idea that the degree he would secure would fetch him employment potential. He must forget it. He must endeavor landing on his own enterprise however humble it might be at the inception.

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Anony said: (Tue, Aug 27, 2013 11:56:53 AM)    
 
According to me, Education in India should come into public sector so that students from poor background can have quality education.

There must be one system throughout the nation that allows students to think creatively, with more practical knowledge.

Reservations must be avoided, to encourage the real talent.

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Vaibhav Chawla said: (Tue, Aug 27, 2013 10:04:22 AM)    
 
"Newton was sitting under a tree. An apple fell on him & he thought that why didn't it go up & hence discovered gravity.

But if a hungry stomach is sitting under a tree, he will only think to get all apples down".

That is what our education system do. It hardly provides opportunities & when it provides it never let us to grab the opportunities.

Education in India means to come to school, mug up the things & vomit them in exams. If you can learn, hurrah you are brilliant but if you are good in music, dance, art or writing then you are going to have a lot of hard work in your life.

Yes we have got a right, right to education which offers free education but still millions do not go to school because they are better at work earning their bread as our education system doesn't ensures them a better life.

Thus our education system is lacking. Yes it has produced gems but 2 or 3 out of a class of 40. The rest that couldn't find the way willingly or unwillingly step in corrupt affairs. & those 2-3 who succeed in our education system when find these corrupt people are fetching a better life then they too become unsatisfied.

Thus every member of society who succeed or fail in our education system is not satisfied.

A country where every Indian kneels before Goddess Durga, Lakshmi or Saraswati can't respect a girl because our education system teach them differences but not how to bridge them.

On the whole our education system needs serious changes.

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Shane Arya Malik. said: (Fri, Aug 23, 2013 09:06:18 PM)    
 
I am a ninth grader. I don't study in India but I do study in an CBSE school abroad.

I believe the system needs to change. Until now I used to find other levels stupid. I used to believe their studies are too easy. But what I didn't know was that those kids are far more intelligent than I am in practical ways. I have so much pressure on me. I agree, there is this mindset that if I take commerce I have to do some financial job or accountant. We are teens. We can't decide what we want to have for lunch or dinner and they expect us to decide our future. 14 year olds. 14 years of living they have had and they are expected to decide what they want to do their entire life. In 14 years of living what have they seen? Our system needs to stop with the tests all around the year.

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Raj said: (Sat, Aug 17, 2013 08:36:24 PM)    
 
I think one education board should be there throughout the nation that has proper evaluation system and gives equal importance to both practical and theoretical learning. If government opens new schools/colleges providing quality education through same syllabus throughout the country, I think it will open doors towards higher education in a way that students from backward states and those belonging to poor families can quality education in the country's best institutions such that it is affordable. I would like to hear your opinions on this as well.

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Anjali Agarwal said: (Sat, Aug 10, 2013 10:36:29 AM)    
 
Aw we all know that India's education is very worst in all over the word. It is seriously need to change. There is no practical knowledge about the current technology.

Our syllabus is traditional so it needs to change according to updated of the technology.

Our Indians have a major problem that is they always try to inherit traditional things do not want to workout individually according to their thoughts. And they always want to live comfort zone.

In India one major problem is that homesickness. Parents also don't want to go their children far away from us so a person who has best talent can do nothing only because of his/her parents happiness.

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#Ynwa..Vignesh said: (Thu, Aug 8, 2013 08:13:18 PM)    
 
Well, after reading this stuff, I find that everyone are stressing on creativity and practical learning. BITCH PLEASE, our Indian education system stresses on that, if you observe the cbse textbooks, they actually try to bring an interaction with the topic and student. Moreover they stress on learning by doing (cce). The fact is even though we have the plan we can't execute it because we have teachers of low standards. Also creative learning can come all of a sudden. It has to be done in young age and obviously our primary teachers are insisting on mugging up rather than learning it by feeling.

SO KEEP CALM AND LOVE INDIA.

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Soumendra Mishra said: (Tue, Aug 6, 2013 03:11:17 PM)    
 
Indians brains are welcomed all over the world and this shows that the education imparted to us is definitely valuable. But our education system is very worst. In this time most of the college have not sufficient lecture to provide education to students. But some state govt are initiate to provide Laptop to the students.

If students of our nation use properly for studies they can achieve something If they use it to watch movie, Youtube and use social networking it gives bad impact to us. Then comes to school. School is the temple of learning if teachers of school are initiate to prepare midday meal what will they teach in school. Our schools are starts from 10.00am and end in 4.00pm. It is 6 hours duty. For preparation midday meal it can take nearly 3 hours. So govt should stop this scheme.

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Anonymous said: (Fri, Aug 2, 2013 10:28:17 PM)    
 
I'm really really young to speak on the topic, but according to me the Education Minister should come out with a new board. A board in with creativity is nurtured and you learn more practical stuff with less testing, school is very pressurizing for me now and I absolutely hate it.

In the new board by practical things I mean things we will actually end up using in the future, like they could give us assignments on literally doing market analyzing by going to different stores etc. Then actually shooting whole films, actually programming, actually mixing chemicals and actually cutting open animals (dead, preserved ones of course) and stuff like that with minimal testing.

That way I think most people will actually enjoy school and we will know how to do things in the future rather than simply starting off as a newbie. Hopefully some of you agree with me. The other thing is we should be allowed to let our imagination loose, I go to and ICSE school and I am not allowed to write essays the way I want because of the board, I want to write freely (I can't write with too many restriction) but the board stops me from doing it so I get bad marks in essay writing, the vague topics are much better to write on but we are not allowed them.

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Ilovemyindiaplssaveit said: (Wed, Jul 31, 2013 11:22:59 PM)    
 
India in fact is shite. Our thinking is small and cheap. We are not open minded people. Equality among people is a distant dream for us. Our traditions are one of the greatest hindrances. Education is a very far objective. Firstly, the above mentioned things should be sorted out. In my view, even in the next 100 years we will be living and wallowing in our own shite. Please, don't get infuriated and start banging your heads after reading it. The time now, is for a quiet introspection. STOP BLAMING DO SOMETHING. That's the need of the hour.

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Shivangi Pattnaik said: (Tue, Jul 30, 2013 04:44:31 PM)    
 
With a hard approach I would say that we should change our educational system all students rush towards engineering and medical but the real thing they should respect is all about knowledge and today students frequently supportive on mugging and not enhancing their talents.

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Aakash Malhotra said: (Sun, Jul 28, 2013 01:36:39 PM)    
 
Hello this is Aakash Malhotra, I am a 3D Artist, and also doing my Final year in B.Com.

I've also read above answers, and I also have to say a lot, Please have a look.

What is wrong with the education system we follow today in our country?

The general education system is focused only on examinations rather than training students for the future and really testing their knowledge. Because of this, students are forced to take tests that show only their retention powers, not their actual capacity or knowledge. So engineers today cannot do actual work in technology and doctors do not go to people who need their services.

Is the problem with the system or the approach towards education as a whole?

Today, students are completely professionally-oriented and they take examinations for the same rather than to gain knowledge, or do research in the subject. In our colleges, we have infrastructure and good faculty, but there is no motivation to do research. Even in the field of medicine, no one is motivated to do research because everything is so examination and job-oriented.

So who is at fault for this mess?

Those regulating and those making policies are equally responsible. If the system has deteriorated to this level where learning has been substituted by a race to clear an examination, regulators and policymakers are to blame for not acting on time to correct this anomaly. It's also not enough to have rules and regulations, it is important how they are implemented. Government bodies are not controlling institutions. That should become a priority. Also, for good institutions that are promoting real learning, there should be no interference.

Is the present practice of allowing the private sector indiscriminately into education the right approach?

Most educational engineering and medical colleges owned by the government are not equipped in terms of infrastructure and faculty and their quality has been suffering. The better government institutions cannot accommodate the vast number of students who are seeking to get into them. So the need for the private sector comes in. They are filling the gap.

But private sector institutions also charge very high fees.

Yes, many of the private institutions take advantage of the situation and charge high fees. There are very good students in rural areas but they can't afford good education today.

Students must remember that college education is the basic foundation. It's the only place they will get to learn. Once they are outside, they will have to practise what they learnt here. They will not get a chance to learn outside. So they should seize the opportunity, make the most of it.

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Archana said: (Sat, Jul 27, 2013 08:36:26 PM)    
 
I think that Indian education system is poor than any other foreign countries because the one thing is that Indian education system is only based on grade and mark oriented not for gathering practical knowledge about the subject. At last I want to say that Indian can only improve its education system if it more stress on practical knowledge rather than theoretical.

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Partha said: (Tue, Jul 23, 2013 11:47:01 PM)    
 
Hello everybody.

Myself Partha and I'd like to express my opinion on the topic. My opinion says yes, there should be a big change in our education system.

I have expressed the reasons bellow.

1). First of all, the content of our syllabus, both in school level as well as college level should get updated with the changing world so that we people don't stay back dated.

2). Secondly, innovation (the thing we lack) should always be encouraged and given a place in the first row so that students can fully expressed themselves to there potential.

3). Thirdly, we should be emphasized more on English language from the early stage of study in an efficient manner so students don't face any kinds of communication problems (the most youth face today) as there will be globalization in near future.

4). In case of technical courses, we should be given access to more on practical knowledge rather than theoretical.

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Hashy said: (Mon, Jul 22, 2013 04:07:58 PM)    
 
Well, I completed my 12th in India and went to UK for higher studies. I am doing BSc in software engineering. I found really strange things by comparing education system here with India.

1. First of all in our country there is a trend set that If you are from arts or commerce you can't go for science degrees and you just have to follow the traditional (Backward) pathways. I was a commerce student and I did some software courses and cleared some high level university exams and got admission here.

2. Here universities doesn't even change their curriculum yearly they change it according to the new technologies whatever comes (I am talking about Technical courses).

3. There courses are more concerned with practical things not theoretical (I do believe that Indian education system is more theoretical which is best for few courses though we need more practical knowledge for technical courses). And there courses are scenario based which helps students build confidence and don't lose it in any critical situation.

4. They teach what actually needed as per the companies need because they have direct links with the MNC's (Not all the Ramayana and Mahabharata).

5. The way of teaching here don't panics students instead students are excitingly and desperately want to learn because they get full time to learn according to their pace and the course is interesting though.

6. Teachers are well qualified and really really very supporting. They focus on each students and make them to work on things.

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Thirumani said: (Tue, Jul 9, 2013 12:22:54 PM)    
 
As a BE student I think we need a complete change in our education system because, we have a 6 months for study about 10 subjects. How is this possible? & how we can able to study about all subjects completely ? and more than colleges in India has to be going undertaking on politicians. The good institution must be run as a well studied experience persons. They only able to make a knowledgeable engineers.

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Khushi said: (Wed, Jun 26, 2013 11:16:04 PM)    
 
Hello friends,

As we all know that education system in India is not good. According to me first of all we should stop the donation system. Our Constitution has implemented many policies but peoples are not taking it seriously.

The best way is awareness and another way is to control the population.

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Harsha said: (Wed, Jun 26, 2013 08:32:56 AM)    
 
According to me, education is main thing to developed our country. As we receive 2nd rank in population (1.22 billion) out of it 70% people live in village. If we see our economy than our GDP rate 8% every year why it is so? due to not having proper education in rural area. Firstly government should think about rural area having proper way of education level.

From primary level, they should have teach some skill to enhance children's knowledge, some research should be there, giving practical knowledge, extracurricular activities. Firstly we should learn other countries educational level with the help of that we can improve our country talent that is one of step to improve our educational system.

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Harsha said: (Wed, Jun 26, 2013 08:08:52 AM)    
 
Hi guys, I would like to some points, education is one thing to improve our ability, talent etc. But main fact is that our education is not well-planned due to that still we are not developed. Still we are taking education inside four wall without having practical knowledge, and also due to grade system, serious about study will be diminished.

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Jhansi said: (Tue, Jun 25, 2013 03:02:00 PM)    
 
We have multi subjected system until 10th standard. We are here in India to learn the aspects of all subjects but our education system also has a disadvantage our present generation has the ability to find the correct career in which they are interested at the age of 10 years so why to continue this multi subjected system the student shines in whatever field he opts for.

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Sarita said: (Fri, Jun 7, 2013 02:38:06 PM)    
 
India is already on its way to becoming a developed country. However, certain things are still lacking. Education has become one of the important thing to survive in today's world. And unfortunately India is lacking behind in education. Its 60 years of independence, still we are not able to find a perfect education system India. India's education system is ranked 74th in the entire world. Even though there is change every year, why are we lacking behind? This is due to choosing wrong ways every new year. YA we appreciate that there are highly meritorious students in India. But who thinks about the the so-called 'educationally backward people'.

Today due to bad governance these people have become more backward. They are not able to come out of darkness. This is all because of corrupted people who take away the money that is invested for these people. Government gives money to build schools, but who cares where this money is going. Today government school's teachers are taking teaching as a headache or they think how they will get more money in less work. But they are not thinking that these children are the future of our country. Educating them will shape our country. No one would believe that today there are places in India where money is given to built schools, even teacher, s are given salary, but there is no school, just teachers are paid. Government should look over such cases.

India needs to develop a lot. Today we are culturally strong and we need to be educationally strong. People in India have the capacity to do this but the support of good governance is highly needed. Hope so we can see India as that was seen in Gandhiji's dreams in a very few years.

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Abraham Malik said: (Sun, May 19, 2013 02:10:06 AM)    
 
Hi friends I have just completed my BE Electronics and communication Engg.

And I do conceive that the:

Education that we receive is the concept perceived by someone else through observation, intellect, experience, genius, Hard work, some trouble in life faced by them practically etc. And these concepts, philosophies and experience conceived were so potent that it transformed people life and thinking. Whether it be technology, science & space, philosophy, medicine, Art, ideology etc.

From whatever corner we perceive it, it had immense impact on the society and people that it transformed the way people were living, conceiving or understanding or practicing in the past and were accepted by most of the people in the world as a potent force that brought them out from their ignorance, illiteracy, Agony, dissatisfaction, poverty, darkness etc and hence written in concrete documents to pass this precious gift to future generations so that they could do certain enhancement to it,

Could better understand it.

Could modify it.

Could reevaluate it and provide different view or concept or.

Could put to other applications that was never perceived or applied before by their past generation,

Or make certain modifications or could make it more easier or make better use of it in future and could provide an easier and more convenient interpretation to coming generations so that it become useful for mankind.

An attempt by intellectuals and leaders to provide a platform higher enough to see much far from the previous generation.

So as to make this planet a more better place to live in and grow with better opportunities and condition.

If really after getting education we feel this responsibility upon us or made to feel this responsibility. I do think the real purpose of education is full filled and we certainly stepped into a new era of better opportunity and prospect that we never had before.

Making this world a better place to live in.

If any education is really capable of creating this innovative idea and immense creativity in us.

If it is really capable of making us a reformist, a true leader, a transformer and innovator capable of taking this much responsibility and possessing creativity, I say the purpose of education will be full filled.

This education could be your natural inspiration, could be your observation, your experience or an inspiration from a teacher or some great leaders in their respective fields or a formal education in university.

A teacher or a university never teaches but only convey the past learned concepts, methods, techniques etc that could only inspire you to learn these concepts, methods etc as learned by past generation but its real implementations and interpretations are required to be found by student himself through the process of real self learning and enlightenment.

No university or teacher can really teach you because they are not qualified enough to do so but it is your curiosity, hard work, passion and inspiration that makes you learn and create opportunity for you.

I think this should be the motto of education for a perfect and just society.

And hence it requires dynamic change at all levels.

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Vaishnavi said: (Mon, May 6, 2013 10:25:13 PM)    
 
In today's world, studies is a biggest competition in the world. In today's world, education is not what it is supposed to be. Education is preparing a person to face everyday life. I don't know how you become ready to face life by learning about Antarctica, its natural resources and land features. If you notice, half of what we learn in school, isn't needed at all. Education today. Doesn't prepare one for the normal problems faced by a person in life. Although, I'm not saying that they don't prepare you for life in schools. So our education system has to change fully, and only teach what is necessary.

Today's education system in India is challenging but needs some changes.

Today's education produces only money making machines. The moral values are getting eroded. Social fabric is getting weakened. We are imparting theoretical knowledge based education. We have to make the children more aware on socialness. Even the information being given is very much non uniform in all the states. The syllabus of all the states have to be made more uniform so that everyone in India gets equal opportunity in everything.

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Fozia said: (Fri, Apr 12, 2013 05:05:50 PM)    
 
Out of so many issues raised about the Indian educational system, I would like to add further points. Firstly the syllabus or curriculum I had when I was a kid, same curriculum my kids have, world changed so much in past 30 years, but how come no research has been done to change this (cbse, ncert) curriculum.

Secondly, the way we are taught in schools, I think we never learned confidence. I live abroad and I see Indians everywhere very submissive and less confident about them selves. While western people even if they are illiterates will be bossy and very confident. We don't have that ability to talk and present ourselves. No entrepreneurship qualities have been grown into us. Does anyone agree.

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James said: (Thu, Apr 11, 2013 01:04:06 AM)    
 
Education system in India is currently ranked 74th in the entire world. Now even after more than 60 years of independence, our country is still keeping on reforming its education system year after year yet never found the right system which would be valuable to a student. As for the current system, I can tell you that the prevailing system is ok only to a limited number of highly merited students who got tremendous mugging power as well.

There is no system to help the "educationally or meritoriously backward" students while there is only help for "religiously backward (SC, ST, OBC) " students. Apart from that, most of the teachers of the government schools (especially state government Schools) take teaching more as a headache job rather than taking it as a noble profession which can shape the future of a country. They don't put any serious effort to help the students who fall behind or who just cannot understand any particular concept.

Rather they term such students as "non meritorious garbages" who are not worthy of learning science. Apart from that, there are family pressures of huge expectations from their ward in each family. They don't care if their ward learns all the concepts clearly and upto the mark or not. They just wanna see highest marks on their scorecards. If you get it, you get reward. If not, get either a sound thrashing or listen to discouraging lectures. Teaching profession in India needs to be reformed seriously.

I believe all students of the country are capable of learning science and do good in future. All they just need is some serious helpline round the clock by their teachers and they should be said at the end of the day: "Good work. Keep it up. We're proud of you". But only 1% of all the teachers of this country are willing to make such sacrifices for students. And as for the system, it is needed to implement a more practically approached education rather than just mugging up of some texts and solving thousands of numericals based on some concepts. And most importantly, each student should be given as much as time he needs especially in the +2 level.

Because I personally don't believe all the students of India are so genius that all of them would be able to grasp the entire +2 syllabus of science in their minds just within two years after 10th standard.

That is why I personally don't believe the education system in India is ever gonna reform. If someone really wants to do it, he would be put in pressure from the politician lords and might have to face severe consequences. Only if Dr Ambedkar could reborn and introduce the reforms of education system in the constitution of our country, a new Sun would have risen in the educational system of India.

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Aman Magoo said: (Thu, Apr 4, 2013 01:29:47 PM)    
 
According to me there is a huge need to change the education system in India. In the current scenario where the world is moving with the globalization then we need to understand that our level should be matched with the other countries, is a kind of difficult task for our country but not impossible. There is no practical knowledge in our education system. Our education system mainly focus on theoretical knowledge. A balance should be maintained between theoretical and practical knowledge in order to generate smart minds for the future.

Secondly.

Educational systems are gaining profit out of the students they are demanding lot of money to provide a valuable course because of this people who are in poverty line are not able to afford lots and lots of money to get educated.

If all the above said points are rectified I'm sure that our education system will serve as a best education system this will make our India to become a developed country.

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Dinesh Kumar said: (Tue, Apr 2, 2013 01:25:33 PM)    
 
Dear Friends,

Interesting insights. To put the point more precise the following are major disastrous practices we do have now,

1. Education is no more a service, just pure business. This lead to the compromising the values what originally the education should offer. Our students are studying based on what they get according to their financial capability and unjustified marks (unjustified comes my explanation below. Most of the institutions / politicians (almost all) are framing the educational system and policies with the profitability in mind rather the future of the students and the society in whole. It becomes a created demand to pursue certain courses like Medicine, engineering, MBA. More marketing you do for a course more valuable it becomes. True or not?

2. Students are consistently bugged with thoughts that they are going to school / college for earning money in future. The Passionate learners are reducing in numbers. Sorry we can't blame the students when the earlier generation had done that insisting mistake. Students minds are trying to relate learning to money without any correlation to the excellence in a particular passion they have.

3. Parents viewing their kids as an investment entity. Keep on advising them by looking at what they perceived from others around. Very few kids get support to fly free on the way to their interests explore and decide what career they want in life.

4. Look at our administrative system across nation. Most of the students does not want to know how a government rules us, their working models, pros and cons. Everywhere a job is to earn money but not to do the job with love and responsibility. The sense that every job we do for ourselves lead to national growth, cultural impact, etc. We need to have more futuristic approach right from the schooling. Else accept global warming, pollution, crimes, corruption as part of life. Cause we did not taught the importance of those in schools, just we teach how to earn money by getting safe into a job.


Solutions : May look impossible for a pessimist. Optimistic view : Encourage your children to explore and decide. Give them opportunities to make mistakes when they have time to rectify.

Changing Education system cannot be created overnight or by more implementation of changed syllabus / practice. I can be brought by creating demands in students. They are the consumers of knowledge. Initiate activities to ignite their thinking. They will demand. The system has to change and provide what they want. Slowly it will change.

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Shubhamkar Ayare said: (Wed, Mar 27, 2013 02:45:11 PM)    
 
I feel that first the 'One Child Policy' should be passed, not only in India but in all countries. Because world's population is growing a lot faster (at about 2% per year) than we can fulfill everybody's needs and wants. We may be able to provide services, providing that EVERYBODY is totally honest.

Coming to the point, I'd like to say that our education system needs to be totally reformed. We learn many things at school. But how many of us retain that knowledge as adults? Very few! You might say that adult's life is very busy. Agreed! But if everyone is honest and most people are engaged in fulfilling basic needs (primary and secondary) , we can revise the most important things that we had learnt as a student. At least once in four or six years!

Our 10th standard exams aren't checked very properly because of the large number of students and few teachers. Further not much of our knowledge is checked in 10th. And we forget that information and knowledge within a few years. So, what does the certificate granted to us means? "This is to certify that (this particular student) was once capable of obtaining (this particular marks) in this year"? Right? So, I feel that even adults should be made to revise the most important things they had learnt as a student. And to cover most of the points we can put the main exam of MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions).

And once out of 10th adults may give this exam once in four years for certificate renewal, and may be even giving scholarships.

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Akash Das said: (Mon, Mar 18, 2013 03:47:22 PM)    
 
Education leads to development and reduces poverty. But India is a nation where if someone takes the initiative to do something good there are many people ready to take them down and defame them. I bet India will be called a developing nation till the end of the world and will never ever be called Developed nation. Therefore I wish to pursue my future abroad. No matter how much problem or humiliated comments I get. It's our future we should be free to lead our own way and not to follow the old trodden path shown by fools.

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Revathi said: (Sun, Mar 17, 2013 03:28:08 PM)    
 
Hi friends. Before I entering this topic I have to talk to you one thing that is about our practical knowledge. In our country every one have a very good talent even it may you and me. But due to this systematic education many people who are having presence of mind and practical knowledge they can't entering their favorable colleges. Because they are only seeing their examination performance, and now the entrance exams are not available this cause the very economical loss of our country. Today the education system is only for earning more moneys in their future. Very few students only need an education for gaining knowledge.

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Niranjan said: (Sun, Mar 17, 2013 08:29:49 AM)    
 
According to my view our education system is good because our education system is better and hard as compare to other country. But main problem arises that corruption is eating the all education system. Those student who are leaving in village they have not sufficient money to read higher education, government provides money for him but students are not getting money completely. Government also knows everything if you providing practical and theoretical knowledge in school it is not advantage for all student first correct the system.

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Javali said: (Fri, Mar 15, 2013 02:03:39 PM)    
 
The main reason for the teens to get bored of this educational system is the old and outdated syllabus moreover the teachers, lecturers and professors are treating them a duller person as sinned they are showing him as nasty by the institute on the other hand, parents are unable to understand the interests of their children. They trying to rub their dreams on them to fulfill.

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Khaja Nawas said: (Tue, Mar 12, 2013 08:24:48 PM)    
 
Friends. According to me India has to lift itself in the education system. I am a mechanical engineering student so I give an example from my education syllabic. I don't know whats the reason of studying about the working of the engines which found at 1880's and got extinct now a days. Some may argue that we should know about the basic concept of the first invented engines. Ok I accept it, Then where is today's modern technologies? Then how we guys may be a skillful professionalist? I can bet and surely say today's education in India does not provide any skill to the students. When a Engineering student finishes his/her course then he/she will learn his/her job NEWLY in their company they have placed. Then whats the purpose of wasting this much time and money in the colleges? I don't know how the interviewers select the people based on their bookish knowledge only. I have too much reasons to say that India backs on her education, but I got to go. Bye friends.

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Abhishek Singh Chouhan said: (Thu, Mar 7, 2013 01:11:26 PM)    
 
According to me there is a huge need to change the education system in India. In the current scenario where the world is moving with the globalization then we need to understand that our level should be matched with the other countries, is a kind of difficult task for our country but not impossible. The main problem with the Indian education system that the syllabus provided by the boards and universities are quiet boring and students are fed up by studying old syllabus, secondly people of India are too much lazy they do not want to do anything just they want comforts and luxuries in less efforts, no doubt %of Indian students are very much capable of their efforts but a big % of students are do not want to study and enjoy their life.

Specially girls are always eager for marriage and taking their studies for granted. So that is the main reason for backwardness of Indian and Indians are not so broad minded and always making an issue of customs and tradition so all these points are directly pointing towards the lack of proper education system in India.

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Vinita said: (Sat, Jan 19, 2013 02:42:42 PM)    
 
Today's Education system is more like a business institutes. Taking Admission in a good school is a difficult task for parents. It develops pressure not only to child but parents too. And once you get the admission in the school parents are realizing that their ward is not getting the education up to mark as in school just syllabubs is taught and heavy projects are given to the ward which actually parents completes. So Today's education according to me is becoming commercial. Today's education as reformed which is good but the teachers should understand their duties and put concentration on the child who is studying rather then having private tuitions.

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Nisha said: (Tue, Jan 15, 2013 07:45:05 PM)    
 
Friends. There is a serious need in India to change the education system prevalent in India today. Students seem no more interested in studies. Parents and teachers go on saying read read. But have they ever wished to know why are students losing interest? no. They are pressurizing us to get first division without understanding us, our needs what we want. Fault is with the education system. Rather emphasizing on theoretical aspects practical knowledge should be more focused which would arouse interest of students. Moreover teachers should be interactive. By this at least we can try to overcome some part of the problem.

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Jetharam said: (Sun, Jan 13, 2013 07:12:32 PM)    
 
Hi !

The education system in India is good but there is always a scope for improvement. There are schools where the emphasis is not just on writing exams and scoring high marks, but they arrange orientation programs which help the students to develop a good personality and also improve their general awareness. In the past few years the number of courses to choose from has increased and students have a wider choice to shape their career.

But the reservations and management seats is a matter of concern as many deserving candidates cannot seek admission to a school/college of their choice. There are discrepancies in the results of board/university exams which can change the future of the candidate.

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Humaira Sheik said: (Sun, Jan 6, 2013 01:38:36 PM)    
 
Our Indian Education System needs to be changed and reformed. There is no practical knowledge in our education system. Our education system mainly focus on theoretical knowledge. Some basic theoretical knowledge is needed but our education system focuses more on the theoretical knowledge. Educational systems are gaining profit out of the students they are demanding lot of money to provide a valuable course because of this people who are in poverty line are not able to afford lots and lots of money to get educated though they are brilliant to gain knowledge.

Secondly the education system is based on forward and backward class which is an hindrance because backward class does not get a quality education. Thirdly our education system does not give us the courage to face real life situations. Hence according to me the Indian education system needs to be changed. If all the above said points are rectified I'm sure that our education system will serve as a best education system this will make our India to become a developed country.

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Jannathul Asiya said: (Sat, Dec 15, 2012 02:47:33 PM)    
 
Hello friends. In my point of view our education system must be reformed. Because nowadays most of the students and parents thought that, only the marks alone judge the students knowledge. Students practice muck upping & vomiting in their life. So, they have less amount of practical knowledge, they get struggle to implant their series. This situation must be change. So only we lead a better life. And also. In our education system, student staff co-ordination is very much less. This is a great a shame for us. We are try to reach the live chat and friendly chat at on line among the student and staffs.

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Geetha Lakshmi said: (Thu, Nov 22, 2012 12:33:34 PM)    
 
I fail to understand why my 9 years old son needs to learn social studies when he says I am interested in things that happened many years ago, who fought with whom and killed each other. He is right. My son is interested in Maths why does our system not allow parents, teachers to stream our kids at 8 years in which they are interested. They can be good scientist and professionals, sports person, whatever they enjoy the most in researching their interest. Children can spend more time in lab doing their own research rather than learning things that they are not interested.

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