Indian education system and its reformation

Learning is elementary to education and a skill that allows a person to improve his personality.  Apart from being a basic necessity, a good education skill can overcome many personal and professional barriers. Learning being central and basic to education and lack of education can create disturbance in society. Education and learning and its development are important for a person who desires to exchange information meaningfully to the person and places required.  We as a human being started developing knowledge as a proper source to learn something as it also helped in self-control and to develop a character for better development as an individual as well as the society. We as an individual made ourselves to learn about many different things about social, awareness, grooming personality and foremost are the preservation of culture for the coming generation. However, with changing time education has become integral part of human.  Especially in many developed and developing countries it is now termed as a basic human right.

Education in modern India

Macaulay was the man behind the start of education in India (as per internet suggestion) introduced education in India, especially through his famous minute of February 1835. He called for an educational system that would create a class of Anglicized Indians who would serve as cultural intermediaries between the British and the Indians.

Current education system in India

Education is always an integral part of life students’ life. Despite being a nest to many education universities, colleges and varsity, India still lacks the quality education it needs to have. According to a survey India will be ranking 3rd among all countries by 2020 in education. Though if the quality of overall ranking of relevant institutions is seen clearly, out of 500 there were 2 Indian Universities and varsities were featured in the list along with one institution from China as per a survey by education group done in year 2000. Education system in India including other developing countries like India needs substantial expansion. The percentage of students taking higher education is hardly about 13 % whereas the same is varying between 28 to 90 %, across the world. The lowest % being 28 % and the same is as high as 90 % in developed countries (As per a news report)

Why India lacks

  • Over Population: Too many people and limited seats makes student worried of career.  Concerned over future and aspiration to get ion a good college is the main reason of brain drain.  
  • Course choice: mainstream subjects like math science are being taught by world class teachers but good institute for off-bit courses like music and painting is tough to find.
  •  Lack of quality higher education in India

The benefits of an education abroad

Studying abroad has always been associated with improving the chances for a distinguished career prospects. Indians willing to study abroad has seen a sheer increase in the past few years According to recent estimates by RBI (reserve bank of India) latest figures in its monthly bulletin, outlays on education and maintenance of close relatives grew 88% to $334 million and 21% to $300 million, respectively.

Few reforms need to be done.

  • Career oriented learning program: There is need to have courses that could guarantee job placement.
  • Job opportunities –the basic need of a student is to have a secure future that can only be achieved by acquiring a good position in their dream organization.