Education System In India
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Education System in India


Education is important basic need along with food, shelter and clothes these days. Gone are the days when education was a privilege now it is the right of every citizen and is considered as much valuable as wealth. India, the country with the largest young age population is moving towards becoming the largest economy of the world. We are progressing towards becoming a world power, but we still need to fix a lot of problems in our journey and one of the main issues is our education system. Currently, the education system is based on scoring marks. It is the only criteria schools teach students and in the process, learning is ignored completely, the essence of understanding and gaining knowledge is lost. Students carry so much burden of getting high grades, it does not let them play and improve their physical growth.

Education System In India: The System


Our education system is so marks centric that knowledge and moral values suffer at high cost. Students are judged on the basis of marks and no matter how much one has achieved in various fields if academics marks are not satisfactory the student isn’t considered as a good student. The method of learning has hardly changed. There is still no emphasis on logical thinking, critical analysis, original thoughts, or building leadership. We always ask our students to think out of the box but that space is never provided to students. They are expected to mug up and spill exact answers in the answer sheets to score full marks.

Burden on student


With such a heavy lifestyle of children it is difficult for them to manage school and home and hence leads to a lot of problems. Many students commit suicide due to the immense pressure and no mental support. Even parents don’t understand the difference between potential of the child and exploitation of the child. They want him/her to do everything, give all exams, be in all clubs and societies but never compromise on marks because that’s the reflection of their intelligence.

Not Focusing On Ideas


 The school and teachers believe in conventionally performing their duties. There is no emphasis on thinkers. Education has become all about mugging up and scoring marks whereas a student must be encouraged choose a discipline of his interest. The education system must empower the students to question, learn and unlearn.
A lot of text books contain gender bias for example the income of a man is supposed to calculated in math whereas the amount of money spent by a women is counted. Muscular work is expected to be done by boys whereas creative and responsible duties are given to girls. This widens the gap of inequality amongest men and women.

Education System In India: Suggestion


Education has been a problem in our country and lack of it has been blamed for all sorts of evil for hundreds of years. Even Rabindranath Tagore wrote lengthy articles about how Indian education system needs to change. Students should be provided with opportunities to explore and freedom to make mistakes. We all are so much driven by perfection that we forget how mistakes help us learn and understand better. Learning and teaching should be a two way process and especially should be beyond classroom to understand better. Admissions in higher institutions should not be based on the quantity of marks scored and RESERVATION rather it should be made sure that the interest of the student actually likes the subject and he/she has the ability to cope up and manage time and syllabus.


Knowledge is largely forgotten after the semester exam is over. Still, year after year Indian students focus on cramming information. The best crammers are rewarded by the system. This is one of the fundamental flaws of our education system.

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Somya

Hardworking, studying in LSR second year, a part of Dramatics society of LSR

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