Effects of Changing Education System on Developing India

  • Dr. Sudarshan Devidas Khaparde

Abstract

Education is the key instrument in bringing the social change in any society all over the world. Education is a human right with immense power to tranform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom. Democracy and sustainable human development. Education is desired for itself as it opens up a vast world of opportunities and ideas to the educated person. It is also of great instrumental value in the process of economic growth and development. Education plays a critical role in demographic, transition, female education in particular is seen to important in the process of economic growth and development. No individual is a human being in the working world until he has been educated in the proper sense. Education makes man a right thinker and a correct decision maker. A person who gets a good education will become a more dependable worker, a better citizen and a strong consumer. But there is providing even something more in many cases. Situations even become worse and students feel cheated at the end of courses. However, in India this trend has full support of our Government because many big political leaders and industrialists are running educational institutions. Therefore they easily get the required certificates to run these educational institutions. Universities without providing proper educational infrastructure we can say that for these people education has today become an option to make money only than providing quality education to students. There are many peoples in India, who still live under poor conditions and therefore, they first find it hard to afford this education and second. If can afford then fail in getting quality education in return. In one of the convocation meetings our former Prime Minister Shri.Manmohan Singh expressed his views on higher education, specifically mentioning its quality. Our university system is, in many parts in a state of disrepair. In almost of the districts in the country. Higher education enrollments abysmally low almost two third of our universities and 90% of our colleges is rated as below average on quality parameters.

Keywords: Education system, Commercialization, Positive Effects, Negative Effect, Privatization, Hurdles.

Published
2020-05-12
Section
Articles