Essay On Present Education System Of Our Countrys Good

  • India is all about formalities

    The entire Indian education system is based on profanities, I have studied through America until 10th grade, and it was the best time of my life. Learning was fun and creative, teachers were like family and happy. In India it was the complete opposite not once did the teacher teach the students with kindness all they cared about was getting their salary. All students did was memorize the words in the book and put it on the test, not once trying to understand the concept behind the words. In America they taught so well that you did not have to go to coaching and tuition. But in India you have to go to coaching right after school for 5 hours. Complete useless knowledge rather than stuff that actually Matters.

  • It just about memorising

    Indian education only lays emphasis on mugging up the subject instead of actually learning it. Students just mug up the subject and don't know anything.Indian education needs a lot of reforms. Students shouldn't mug but instead write the answer on their own. Understanding the subject is more important than mugging up.

  • Lack of understanding of concepts

    The main concern of the students in India is to get through the schools with good grades. They MEMORIZE everything and just vomit it in the exam hall. They don't even bother to understand the concepts that they learn. They forget what they read the previous year. If this is going to continue, there would be lack of good employees who are also technically sound. SOMETHING SHOULD BE DONE IN THIS REGARD. The youths of India have more potential and this potential should be given importance.

  • Well its just Pressurising

    Students are pressurized again and again either by their parents or school teachers or even friends to score good marks rather than to be conceptual. Students just learn the whole book (truthfully) but they don't know what does that mean. It must be changed to much more of conceptual to that of pressurizing.

  • Blind grade system

    Many students simply vomit the answers in the answer paper without understanding the concepts....They show more interest in obtaining scores and grades, just for show up to the society. This education system does not support the intellectual brain of students who are well stuffed with reasoning ability,thorough life time knowledge of subjects though they are not top scorers. In addition to this, I discourage this education system, since it creates stress both physically and mentally and ultimately it leads to hopelessness among themselves.

  • Worst of its kind

    Indian education system is the worst, due to lack of creative thinking and understanding clear topics. I have seen many students who don't really know what they are learning but in any means bother only about their grade and marks. So,people don't question their knowledge. All are least bothered about the knowledge, they are more worried about which college they get, what course they get, and which "company" they get into, last but not least how much will be their annual income. All are society's puppets (it includes the people who is reading this and definitely for those people who clicked "yes" you know what your now). No wonder innovation and progress stopped in india.

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  • No, There should be Changes/Reforms in Indian Education.

    I do not support Today's Education. I am against the people who say Yes.
    Current India's education system in my opinion is very bad.I am completley satisfied with opinions of above people who are supporting this debate as "NO".Seriously,i am in class 12(Science stream) and there are many students in my class who believe in only good marks and they don't believe in understanding the concepts of Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics.They are just learning like parrots and of course teachers don't say them a word because they want their school result good by whatever means.
    Today in India if anyone asks from a student about what he is doing? Then most students will say "I am doing engineering" and after completing their engineering they remain unemployed.Only students who get their engineering degrees from IITs and good colleges are good employed.
    IITs are believe to be best colleges in India and of course no doubt,they are.But Worldwide, the only three institutes in India ranked in the top 300 of the QS World University Rankings of 2012 are IITs, IIT Delhi at 212, IIT Bombay at 227 and IIT Kanpur at 278.From this survey,we can get the idea about India's education system.

  • No,It should be reform.

    Current India's education system in my opinion is vey bad.I am completley satisfied with opinions of above people who are supporting this debate as "NO".Seriously,i am in class 12(Science stream) and there are many students in my class who believe in only good marks and they don't believe in understanding the concepts of Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics.They are just learning like parrots and of course teachers don't say them a word because they want their school result good by whatever means.
    Today in India if anyone asks from a student about what he is doing? Then most students will say "I am doing engineering" and after completing their engineering they remain unemployed.Only students who get their engineering degrees from IITs and good colleges are good employed.
    IITs are believe to be best colleges in India and of course no doubt,they are.But Worldwide, the only three institutes in India ranked in the top 300 of the QS World University Rankings of 2012 are IITs, IIT Delhi at 212, IIT Bombay at 227 and IIT Kanpur at 278.From this survey,we can get the idea about India's education system.

  • It's all about mugging up

    Many students studying under the Indian education system barely understand what is given in their textbooks. They are taught to get good grades. Understanding is optional. In such a situation, there is a doubt as to whether the child is "educated".No attempt has been made to change this situation, which further shows the attitude of Indians to accept everything and go with it.

  • It's all about mugging up

    A lot of kids don't give importance to understanding what they learn. They just want the good grades, and ignore the logic and reasoning of what they are learning. The Indian education system doesn't emphasis on intellect but rather the memory capacity of students. This , i think, will finally lead the child into hopelessness in his or her career.

  • “Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another.”– G. K. Chesterton

    Education is the imparting and acquiring of knowledge through teaching and learning, especially at a school or similar institution. The earliest educational processes involved sharing information about gathering food and providing shelter; making weapons and other tools; learning language; and acquiring the values, behaviour, and religious rites or practices of a given culture. Before the invention of reading and writing, people lived in an environment in which they struggled to survive against natural forces, animals, and other humans. To survive, preliterate people developed skills that grew into cultural and educational patterns.

    Education developed from the human struggle for survival and enlightenment. It may be formal or informal. Informal education refers to the general social process by which human beings acquire the knowledge and skills needed to function in their culture. Formal education refers to the process by which teachers instruct students in courses of study within institutions.

    Talking of the modern day education, one feels proud; of saying yes I am an educated person. Formally or informally all of us are educated. Education is the equipping with knowledge. The overall development of mind, body and soul is the real education.

    Carter G. Woodson once said “For me, education means to inspire people to live more abundantly, to learn to begin with life as they find it and make it better.”

    THE PRO’S

    Modern day education is aided with a variety of technology, computers, projectors, internet, and many more. Diverse knowledge is being spread among the people. Everything that can be simplified has been made simpler. Science has explored every aspect of life. There is much to learn and more to assimilate. Internet provides abysmal knowledge. There is no end to it. One can learn everything he wishes to. Every topic has developed into a subject.

    New inventions and discoveries have revealed the unknown world to us more variedly. Once a new aspect is discovered, hundreds of heads start babbling over it, and you get a dogma from hearsay. Not only our planet but the whole universe has become accessible.

    Now we have good and learned teachers to impart us with knowledge of what they know. Every one is a master in his field. We and our children are getting taught by professionals of their field. Presently our education is based on making us the best in our area of interest, to help us reach our goals more easily. More of the fact based knowledge is being grasped by us. What we learn helps us in our career and in our profession. Professionalism is deep-rooted in our society now and this education makes us so.

    Skill-development and vocational education has added a new feather to the modern system of education. There is something to learn for everyone. Even an infant these days goes to a kindergarten. And a little grown, mentally and physically is promoted to a Montessori. Everything is being categorized, be it a primary, middle, a higher secondary or graduate school. We have temples of education known by a familiar word the “university”.

    Whatsoever we are getting educated day by day and what’s good about is that it’s a never-ending process.

    Rightly said by Aristotle, “Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refugee in adversity.” is what everybody feels now.

    THE CON’S

    Well, that was the positive side, but every story has two telling. Of all the virtue, our education system has developed into mere schooling now. New trends are being developed which are far more a baloney that boon.

    Albert Einstein once said “Education is that which remains, if one has forgotten everything one learned in school.”

    Firstly our education is confined to schools and colleges. It has become a process of spoon feeding. “Spoon feeding in the long run teaches us nothing but the shape of the spoon” were the words of E.M.Forster. We are being fed with facts and knowledge. Not art, not books, but life itself is the true basis of teaching and learning. Cramming of facts and dates, hi-fi mathematical formulas, theories and doctrines should be at college levels when one has chosen his area of interest. What will the history pay a doctor or a mathematician, or medical terms to a historian?

    Secondly, an art can only be learned from a workshop of those who are earning their bread from it. Modern education has spread more ignorance than knowledge. Most of the women even don’t know, where, the fabric they are wearing, came from. The word “How” is missing in our world which causes ignorance.

    “Education…has produced a vast population able to read but unable to distinguish what is worth reading.” says G. M. Trevelyan.

    Thirdly all education is bad which is not self-education. Presently, children after school are sent to tuitions. This is a clear question mark on the ability of school teacher. Homework tutorials are mushrooming up in our society. Students are thought of like they can’t do anything on their own and so are sent even to do the homework. Our schoolings got a lot of loop-holes. They guide us through a well catered pathway which finally leads to professionalism. Homework is a waste of time, if it is to repeat class work done today or to be repeated as class work to be done tomorrow.

    Our schooling does not leave us with time to get educated. Mark Twain once said that” I have never let my schooling interfere with my education”. Our child’s normal routine has become to wake up early, brush up their minds with light reading, go to school, then go to tuition and finally come home and do the homework.

    Finally our education is producing machines out of pupil. They read books, they speak books and they do books. Discussing in class lead to complications, which remains as confusions for a life time if left untreated. Vladimir Nabokov, a U.S critic, poet and novelist says “Discussion in class, which means letting twenty young blockheads and two cocky neurotics discuss something that neither their teacher nor they know.”

    So, it’s a matter of debate that our education system is fallacious or fair.

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