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Education system in India is good or Bad???

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Asked by vijayaram reddy, 08 Feb '08 03:18 pm
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The Indian education system is pretty good, but as with all other avenues it as been completely corrupted and its value undermined as a result. An Indian degree for this reason does not have too much value elsewhere, because most people know how easy it to buy a degree here. Apart from that bribery and leaking of papers are common place. The system itself in certain fields of education is extremely backward and too rigid with no scope for diversification. At the higher education level the amount of diversity and choice yo have in foreign universities is mind boggling, while here it's almost non existent. Our schooling system though is quite good.
The biggest problem here is the lack of respect for teachers and the attitude of the government towards its educators. Teachers are paid paltry amounts and often not paid at all for months. For this reason there is a reluctance among the qualified to take up the profession, which now results in sub standard teachers. It's appalling, and defi ...more
Answered by Shaun DMello, 08 Feb '08 03:31 pm

 
  
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I think not good
Answered by Shikha, 08 Feb '08 03:21 pm

 
  
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System is good but some interests are not allowing it to work properly
Answered by jagdeep singh, 08 Feb '08 03:20 pm

 
  
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System is good but ??????????
Answered by Pranab Das, 08 Feb '08 03:20 pm

 
  
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Pretty good! infact its very good!
Answered by edel weiss, 08 Feb '08 03:19 pm

 
  
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Ok...........
Answered by JD, 08 Feb '08 03:18 pm

 
  
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Well it is a fact that india has established renowed universities like taxshila and nallanda where many foregin sutdents immigrated time to time but the present indian education has many cons in it...firstly the education given in our country is all theoritical where as in foregin universities more emphasis is given on pratical education...secondly we have students doing Btech or any proffessionel courses and the finally they are bound to join bank services...as per the govt statics many students leave there education after ther metriculation to find some job..what does this depects is our education not valuable enough that i cant provide lob to us...india is one of the most developing country in the world but we have education of only 74 perct...dispite of govt proggrams like sharve sikshya abhiyan,navodaya vidhyalas and right to education act the student teacher ration in many parts of country like uttrakhand ,up,hp sikkim assam is very discouraging...recently the govt has proposed ...more
Answered by pranav, 14 Jun '11 02:31 pm

 
  
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Dear Friends, systems of education in india is now a days, is like a better,but not fit for indian climate. we just adopt the better system to follow the foreign style like dad and mum. we loose our culture and tradition,our love and passion,relation our teacher,father and mother.if ,you say yes, never. now we are going to make our selves to be bound ,to feed father and mother as bill passed by our parliament.
our climate and culture is different ,we have to adopt the system where we can grow the flower and fruits of indian origin.
be welcome the friends modify sugestion for better education.
Answered by upendra Pani, 24 Mar '08 11:33 pm

 
  
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