UNDERSTANDING THE LOOPHOLES OF INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM
The Indian Education System is directly related to its economy. The government has a goal to educate the young generation of today and prepare them for future development. At present, most of the big companies demand well-educated employees. It is seen that the presence of rote learning is actually killing the creativity and originality of an individual. The best thing that can be done is freeing a person and letting them do what he or she wants to. Despite of everything, there are certain loopholes which are eating the education system. Let’s have a look at them. The Chetna NGO working for rural kids and rewarding people who are giving their contribution in educating the underprivileged children. Our whole sole mission is to motivate millions of people to do good for our society and then acknowledge their contribution. Absence of Functional Literacy The truth is that most of the Asian countries generally invest in primary education. The reason behind it is that they want to enhance the functional literacy so that each and every citizen completes the reading part easily. Excluding IT-enabled services, the other sectors are quite appalling. Emphasizing on Theoretical Knowledge In most of the schools in India, teachers believe in giving theoretical knowledge rather than providing practical information. The Indian students are generally seen carrying a heavy bag
filled with books. In the process, students start losing interest in studies. One of the biggest flaws in the system is that such practices kills the curiosity of a child. The real heroes at the Chetna are well-versed with the fact and show their action accordingly. Discrepancy in different Subject Streams Most of the time, Indian parents force their children to take up professions like engineering, law and medicine to have a better future ahead. They forget that there are many more new professional courses available at today. Following the Talk and Chalk System of Teaching The same old ‘talk and chalk’ system is followed in India. A huge improvement and reform is needed in the education system. Even though little changes are being made in the education system where schools are adapting modern technologies to teach the students, more needs to be done. Students are Powerless to Master any Subject The students in India are made to learn different subjects from Geography to Biology. But students fail to generally focus on a particular subject and excel in the one which is their favorite. NGOs for children are nowadays working to know what exactly students of the present era are looking for. The Silly Rat Race It is a bitter truth that the education system in India is actually promoting rat race among children and forces them to come out at top position to prove themselves. Without understanding the concept of a subject, they are just told to murmur the things out. These are serious points of concern and need to be worked upon as early as possible. The Chetna, a project of the Prama Jyoti Foundation, is looking for people who have somehow contributed in making the Indian education system strong. We embrace such people for showing goodness as a way of life. The aim is to support their good cause, their acts of goodness and improve their way of living. We are here to promote their stories and make them globally recognizable. Being an initiative of Prama Jyoti Foundation, we appreciate those who want to play an important part in improving the situation of Indian society. We work to see a better India and light the flame of goodness. Join hands with us and become a part of our organization.