Should the Government Set-up More IITs and IIMs, OR should it be use the Money for Primary & Secondary Education?

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Samyuktha said:   4 years ago
Hi this is Samyuktha.

In my point of view, firstly, the government sector should develop the primary education and secondary education sector by spending more money on it.

I think by increasing the IITs and IIMs institutions would help for the people who are studying on interest in higher studies.

It will also helpful for the poor and middle-class people.

Firstly, the government should have to maintain the proper faculty and strict rules to run these institutions.

So, I conclude that the government should have to maintain the proper amount of money in these education sectors.

Khushboo Jain said:   4 years ago
See, the base of a student starts from the primary education only and if the primary education is good, then the pupils themselves become aware of good secondary and even higher education.

If we compare a student from a middle-class school or even lower than that, and a student from a reputed school, there stands lots of difference.

And moreover, Building more IITs and IIMs will cost the government more with respect to money as these big institutions can't be built in small areas and without much investment as college needs to have more facilities than schools like hostels, a no. Of canteens etc.

But building a school with good faculty and infrastructure etc. Though in small area will definitely make good impact on society!

Prem Lad said:   3 years ago
Hello everyone.

My opinion on the above topic is that government should spend more money on it and iims. Creating more premier institutes will only increase more number of seats however jobs will still remain unaffected to greater extent. Besides not everyone grows up dreaming about iit and iims, there are other fields which hold equally importance as them. If we take a closer look on the Nations education system it is quite clear that the it is outdated. The main focus of the government should be on creating new educational reform/policy which could focus on the development of circular and co circular activities for students right from the primary stage. They should put large investment in this policy ensuring that students are more exposed to practical knowledge from early stages. This could shape students brain and approach towards life to greater extent and hence making them an ideal citizen.

As it is popularly preached "well begin is half done". Let's just hope for the best.

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