Changes in education system.
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16 Jan, 2020 7:29 PM
Let us take a very good example of a country whose education system is excellent. Yes, here I am talking about China. Being one of the most powerful country in the world, it excels in literacy rate and employment also. In China, the main focus is given up on practical knowledge rather than theories. There, a policy called as "walking on two legs" is followed, under which both regular academic schools and separate technical schools are established for vocational training. Even an eleven year old child there knows how to repair mobiles and laptops. Thus, at least he can earn by doing this job. They can do part-time jobs along with their studies. This is the reason that no one is unemployed in the countries like China and Japan. But, this scenario cannot be seen in India. In India, an eleven year old child can only be seen playing games on the smartphones and the laptops. This is a very major issue of our country. People can only do the jobs after they are finally graduated.
Instead of theoretical learning, students must be focused more and more on the practical works and lab activities, vocational sessions must be organised in the schools. There must be some periods for practical learning also.
In our country, the merit and capabilities of the students are judged on the basis of their grades in examination. If a student is very brilliant, but due to some reasons he/she cannot get good grades in the examinations, then he/ she will be considered as a dull student and will not get admission in any of the good institutes of the country. Marks still continue to play the most important role in deciding the future of the student. It happens almost every time that the pressure of the marks often leads the students under perform.``
Instead of focusing on marks that is based on three-hour examination paper, the focus of evaluation must be based on projects, communication, team-work, practical works, teamwork and leadership qualities. Students must not be pressurized by their teachers and parents to bring excellent marks. They must be given freedom to work in their field of interest also along with the studies to freshen up their mind.
Another major problem in our country is that parents mostly want their children to become engineers, lawyers and doctors. They think that these two fields are counted among the best fields of the world and job security and money both are excellent in these fields. But, no parents want to know what actually their children want to become. Many students want to become a fashion designer, many want to go in the field of acting, many want to become scientists, cricketer and many more. But almost in every Indian Family, it can be seen that the children are not allowed to opt these because parents think that these will not lead to a well- settled future.
Parents must also know the wish of their children and not force them to opt what they want. This will lead to the loss of interest of the students in their studies and they will not be able to do the studies. Parents must think that now in modern situation, every fields are getting recognition. There are many successful people in every fields, as for example, M.S. Dhoni, Shahrukh Khan etc. Parents mus discuss with their children what they want and by getting knowledge about the field they must allow the children to pursue in that field so that their child grow well and become successful along with satisfaction.
In any education system, teachers play a very and the most important role in shaping the future of the students. Thus, they must be given the best training. They must treat their students as if they are their second parents when children are away from their home. They should treat the students in a very friendly way, and give a home-like atmosphere to the students. The love and good behavior of the teachers get reflected in the behavior of their students. Students can easily clarify their doubts if the teachers are friendly.
There is also a very big issue that, there are huge amount of students, approximately 70-75 students in a single batch of classroom and only one teacher is provided. This leads to lack of concentration and the teachers cannot give attention to every single student and do not clarify their doubts. Thus,there must be a rule that only 25-30 students must be there in one batch under the guidance of a single teacher, so that the teacher can give proper attention to each and every students of the classroom and clarify their doubts.
We are in the era of industrial revolution where modern gadgets are the life of every people. Students must be taught about the latest technologies from very early years of their education, so that they walk with hand in hand of this technological world. Also, instead of blackboards, smart-classes must be brought into light and studies must be made through animations and figures.
So, we can conclude that Indian education system needs to be improved a lot. And along with all these improvements, students must be taught the purpose of education and all the moral education must be given. Students must be told that the purpose of education is not only for the earning money, rather it is much beyond money. Education leads to good behavior towards family and society, helpful nature and many good etiquette. If these changes are brought into action in our country, then our literacy rate and employment rate will touch the sky and our society will become a well-behaved society.
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