Importance of education

Priya Yadav

Better education is very important for everyone to move forward in life and achieve success. It helps in building confidence in us as well as in building our personality. Schooling plays a great role in everyone’s life. The entire education system has been divided into three parts like primary education, secondary education, and higher secondary education. All levels of education have a special significance and place. Every parent wants to see their children going towards success, which is possible only through good and proper education.

The importance of education has increased greatly in today’s society. There are many uses of education but it needs to be given in a new direction. Education should be such that a person can get acquainted with his surroundings. Education is a very necessary tool for the bright future of all of us. We can achieve anything good by using this means of education in our life. A high level of education helps people to create a separate identity. The time of education is a very important time for all, socially and personally.

The first school of any person is his family, and the mother is called the first guru. Education is the weapon with the help of which one can face the greatest difficulties. It is education that shows us the difference between right and wrong. Getting an education is the right of every living being.
Education itself creates employment opportunities. Today the same country comes under the category of the most powerful, which has the power of knowledge. Gone are the days when battles were fought with swords and guns, now only big battles are won without bloodshed from the brain.

The percentage of educated people in India is quite low as compared to other countries. About 100 percent of the population is literate in England, Russia, and Japan. The literacy percentage in Europe and America is between 90 to 100 whereas in India the percentage of literacy in 2001 is 65.38.

While calculating the literacy rate in 1951, 1961, and 1971 census, persons of the age of five years or above have been awarded ie all children below the age of nine years are illiterate irrespective of their educational status. Have done.

In the 2001 census, a person is considered literate who can read or understand a language. To be literate it is not necessary that the person has received any formal education or has passed any examination.

Education is the act of learning things around us. It can understand us easily and helps to deal with any problem and creates balance throughout life in every aspect. Education is the first and foremost right of every human being. Without education we are incomplete and our lives are useless. Education sets us a goal and helps us to move forward by working on it throughout our lives.

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