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Kindly give your views to improve today's education system. How to get better results in school level?

Asked by Renuka Kaup, 26 Jun '09 10:07 am
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First of all we should be very carefull when we says improvement in education system.....................
education is made by human,course ,exam ,answer sheet evaluation and result dec.all are done by human...now the thing is when not every one in this world issame how can u expect everyone to score same or to have 100%.........

so rather then assesing student on the basis of marks scored in the exam the best way is to let the student do what he./she likes and want to be.......we should go witht the interest of students and let them allocate marks on that basis......or may be grade..........if a student is gr8 in sports then let him provide A grade in sports and let him go for higher ecudation in sports ..and should not bother with how he\'s ud in maths or physics
Answered by Magik, 26 Jun '09 10:12 am

 
  
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Employ the teachers with pperfect criteria. now they are less payble employees .so naturally teaching is the last pick to anybody.they must be the highest paid to attract intelligents so that our India to shine.candidates teaching ability & interest must be cosidered
Answered by bhaskar, 26 Jun '09 10:17 am

 
  
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Watch NDTV debate on subject for an indepth VIEW
Answered by John Mascarenhas, 26 Jun '09 10:12 am

 
  
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Yashpal Committee has submitted their Report to Union HRD Minister Kapil Sibal who promised to implement the Report within 100 days from yesterday. As per the news reports, the recommendations appear to be sensible and relevant for today's needs. Let's hope for the best on educational front.
Answered by dvnm sharma, 26 Jun '09 10:12 am

 
  
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