Changes To Make Indian Education System Better: Education have always been priority for everyone. The word ‘education’ include storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, and directed research. Finland, Andorra, Estonia and few more countries are regarded as the nations with best education system. They also carry the highest literacy rate. But, the question arises.. why not India? Why we rank in 90s in UNESCO’s (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) educacational survey? What should be the necessary changes to make Indian education system better?
5 Necessary Changes To Make Indian Education System Better :-
· Syllabus –
Depending upon the courses offered in different schools/universities, syllabus always play a vital role in formation of education system. Our education system provides a variety of courses to choose from but, it somehow lacks in providing the appropriate knowledge. For ex – Accountancy subject teaches us how to prepare a balance sheet, but it never teaches how we can increase our assets and decrease liabilities in reality. Every students says, schools/colleges focus merely on ‘cramming the theory’ and not on it’s application in real life. Not even a single subject in school motivates us to go after passion and get education in that field. Not even a single lecture provides us the solutions of real problems such as financial, physical, emotional, etc. Hence, syllabus is on the top of the list – 5 changes to make Indian education system better.
· Infrastructure –
It also plays a key role, as every student needs an environment which encourages her/him to learn more. Infrastructure do includes desks, building, blackboard, and all the architectural stuff but it also includes, the manner in which a campus is decorated which actually helps a student to connect with studies. Sports complex, canteen, labs, textbooks, teachers, classrooms, etc. every area needs to be creative and inspiring. And the good news is.. the system is working on the same idea.
· Reservation & Quota –
This should be on the top of the list i.e., changes to make Indian education system better, isn’t it? Let us get familiar with the reservation system in India. In central govt funded higher education institutions, 22.5% of available seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) students (7.5% for STs, 15% for SCs). This reservation percentage has been raised to 49.5% by including an additional 27% reservation for OBCs. This ratio is followed even in parliament and all elections where a few constituencies are earmarked for those from certain communities. Thousands of students raise their arguments being in the favour of or against Indian reservation system. According to us, reservation in India needs to be persisted but also needs to be modified as soon as possible in order to provide quality education.