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Education System in India

BY: santosh chaudhary | Category: Education | Submitted: 2010-05-18 00:48:29
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Article Summary: "India is the largest country in the world having more then 100 crore people. a country's development goes by education. if we talk about Indian education then we remind some old systems, boring syllabus,chalk,duster, blackboard and long and-boring chapters which are not job oriented. there are lots of children in this country. t.."


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Education system in India is not good. most of the students are not satisfied with this system thats why they have to move foreign for their higher education. We have a few college very less school. we have 550 million population who are 1-21[age]. around 300 million students are not studying. after passing twelfth class 46/ student prefer to go to college. We can say ten out one student goes for higher study nine student hang around here and there. after getting freedom we are failed to provide good education for Indian youth. more then 2.50 lakh student go to abroad year and they pay 50,00 crore rupee for higher education. we need more IIT's , IIM's for stopping brain drain. India has 17000 colleges which are affiliated to around 500 universities.

Suggestion to improve education system.

1. Change the syllabus and teaching methods.
2. Select more and more attractive courses. which can be beneficial for needy person. provide quality education to your youth.
3. Infrastructure must be comfortable for students. if someone is paying high fee then he will require good quality and technology with study.
4. Provide them good course after metric education. and trained teachers properly.
5. Fill the vacancy of teachers .

These are some bad effected points which are road-blocks also. government will open 1500 new universities for India's population of 130 crore. And central government has shown some seriousness to this recommendation and has issued ten thousand crores to provide higher education. 100 IITs and IIMs can be opened every year with the money that is transferred to other counties every year when Indian students go to those countries. Professionals play an important role in their country's economic progress. But it is out misfortune that out school system is in a 'dilapidated and devastated' situation. For the 95 per cent students, technical and work oriented education is just a dream. Professional education institutes are the base of every country's economic progress. But the gap between progressing and progressed countries can not be filled in short term as for as the professional and technical education is concerned. Japan has 110 teachers for 1000 students for engineering, medical and other management courses. Germany has 76 teachers for 1000 students, America has 65, South Korea has 46 and China has 30. But in India there are only 3 teachers for the batch of 1000 students. That is why we are way behind to provide professional education to out students.

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This is santosh chaudhry. writer and columnist. I am helpful and supportive. I have requisite acumen and zeal to succeed in my life. I am focussed and self confident. I have good leadership and communication skill which is praiseworthy. I am self confident and determined to success

Comments on this article: (2 comments so far)

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With Right of education bill for every child, the quality of education in the country is all set to deteriorate. These bills look too good on paper, but when government is not able to provide infrastructure to their existing schools (particular rural ones), I doubt that they will be any better when number of schools will possibly double or triple to support the bill. In many schools there is 1 teacher for 200 students and others have no roof. God bless India .. but how? Manisha 2010-05-18 04:57:05 141
The article is very good and especially the statistical part provided by the author. I think that by allowing foreign universities to be in India, govt. has done something creditable this time. I think its the time when we should not seek towadrs govt for everything. private universities are there and they can maintain standards as per the requirement of the corporeates. Vineeta 2010-05-18 06:08:12 142

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