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EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA:

EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA Submitted to:

An overall view:

An overall view How did we start? The education system in India was completely different before the Britishers Invaded India. The gurukul system, where the young students goes to a teacher’s place to complete their education was completely scrapped and new education system was chosen among top priorities. Now India’s urban literacy rate is 82 % and it produces millions of graduates every year.

FACTS:

FACTS India is one among few countries to have large pool of Engineers and scientists. The education in India is cheap compared to the developed as well as developing countries. The Government of India spends about 4.2 % of the total GDP expenditure . The languages of instruction for education in school include both regional and English and English being the preferred one.

Primary Education:

Primary Education The Primary education in India is considered a basic right and also compulsory. The primary education is completely free in government run schools and the highest grade is grade 5 in primary after which a student should qualify to move to secondary schools.

Secondary Education:

Secondary Education The secondary education spans for a duration of 5 more years. The Qualification exam after standard 10 will decide the direction of studies that could be taken in Higher secondary.

Senior-Secondary Education:

Senior-Secondary Education The focus of study is narrower in higher secondary which lasts for 2 years, grade 11 and 12. The fields of study include science, mathematics and science for engineering, commerce and vocational education.

Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs:

Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs India has about 17000 colleges, 20 central universities, 217 State Universities, 106 Deemed to Universities and 13 institutes of National importance, more over 8 new IITs, 7 IIMs and 5 IISC to be started in the near future. It’s noteworthy that the IIT’s and IIM’s are rated among the top in the globe .

Indian Education System:

Indian Education System

What is UGC?:

What is UGC? University Grant Commission, in simple words this grants commission has got the rights to provide a institution the proud status of being an institution. The Universities must obtain the permission grant from the University Grant commission (UGC) for accreditation to offer recognized degrees .

These were just the facts , now lets get deeper into it.:

These were just the facts , now lets get deeper into it.

Indian education system::

Indian education system : India has a long history of organized education. The Gurukul system of education is one of the oldest on earth but before that the guru shishya system was extant, in which students were taught orally and the data would be passed from one generation to the next. Now everything has changed. New method of education has taken the Indians to the next level. Thus it improved the knowledge and innovative ideas has come up in the minds of the Indians.

Some of the advantages :

Some of the advantages Reasonable education. Equality in education. Wide subjects for education Despite all these we have many loop holes in our education.

The Times Of India : (once quoted):

The Times Of India : (once quoted) “Education System in India is not Education it’s Examination”

WHY?:

WHY?

Reasons::

Reasons: Education system is Skill-Based. Which means that we are not trained in the fields we are already excellent or we want to excel. Theory-Based. ( we know how we seriously we take our practical's ) Most of the students believe in mugging up the things and focus on just the marks without knowing the actual concepts behind it. And here, We just want Exams, exams and exams.

No serious weight age to the co-curricular activities:

No serious weight age to the co-curricular activities We believe in studying and that’s what we run after all the time. We don’t care what hobbies we have or in what field we have an actual excellence.

WHAT CAN WE DO?:

WHAT CAN WE DO?

What we can do:

What we can do Provide skill-based Education. Practical implementation on what we do. Doesn’t mug up things instead go for the concepts. Facilitate properly the modes of Examination. Examinations scares us. We must follow some procedures to reduce as much as we can do to lessen the psycho logic pressure upon the students

The End:

The End A PRESENTATION BY: Meenakshi Verma

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