Education System


“Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself – Jonh Dewey”

Hello friends, as we have discussed E-Learning in our earlier blog. We are back with one more interesting topic. So today's topic is Education System. Let’s start the conversation

Firstly what does Education system stands for? Before understanding these words we will discuss education. So basically education is the process of polishing one's skill in different aspects of life. It also refers to helping someone or supporting someone in understanding the things effortlessly. Then what Education System together means? It means a systematic way or a legal manner of learning things or enhancing someone skill under the presence of some expertise and at some specific institutions Education System plays a very dominant role in the economy of any country throughout this word. The number of educated people a country have, then the more will be its strong economy and have a better developing rate as compared to any country. In the last 10 years, every country has a very keen eye on there Education System. They have established and developed so many rules and regulation in order to make Education a fundamental birthright. Now let’s have a look at the Education System in India.

Education System In India

As it is very well well known that India is a developing country and in the recent years it has shown enormous growth in every field either it is in the field of sports or in the field of Education. The reason behind Inda’s such a vast growth is the Indian Government’s attention over the education system of their country. There is a huge growth in a number of schools opens in Indian in the Last 15 years. In India Education is provided by Government schools (run and administrated at three levels central, state and local) and private schools. According to some articles of word bulkiest constitution – The Indian Constitution, free and compulsory Education is provided as a fundamental right to children between the ages of 6 years and 14 years. According to Wikipedia in 2011 approx. 75% of the population aged between 7-10 year was literate. This improved Education system of India has a very fruitfull result on Indian Economy also. The Education in India is provided at three stages:

  • Primary Level
  • Secondary Level
  • Post Secondary Level

There is very decent growth, especially in Higher Education and Scientific Research. All credit goes to the various public institute, quantitatively India is inching closer to Universal Education. India had over 900 Universities in 40,000 Colleges. In India, in order to provide education to all at a higher level, there is a special type of reservation for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes. In a large number of institutes and universities over 50% of seats are reserved for these people. There is a ratio of public school to private schools in India of 7:5 which is not bad.

There are so many State Boards in all around India in order to make education more convenient to students. There is also Central Board of Secondary Education which also looks after the activities of Secondary education of India. More than 50% of os schools in India are affiliated to CBSE. According to me, Education is that weapon which a man can use to change the world.

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