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  • Re: Education in India

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    sarala
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    Now everyone are studying hard to get a good position, but some due to poverty they are stopping the education. I wish some people should help them

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  • Re: Education in India

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    jabeen
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    There is also another disappoinment from the Indian government is students who are studying CBSE or ISC has more value than the language syllabse and gave difference between them. I am also a CBSE student but i don't like it.


    I didn't get your point. could you elaborate it? What is 'language syllabus'? Are you referring to the education board of the different states?

  • Re: Education in India

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    Abhijeet
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    Education in India is not so bad some of the top institutes of India consider as best Institutes in World. Like IIM, IIT, BHU, Delhi University.


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  • Re: Education in India

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    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
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    The education facilities are designed to serve the super rich. we need free and compulsory education up to secondary level and free education thereafter on uniform basis.

    Presently, the education facilities are more than many Afro-Asian countries but we no where compete with the affluent west.

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  • Re: Education in India

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    jabeen
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    Many kids who really love books don't get opportunity to learn books here. Though it's told compulsory education till 14 in Indian constitution, it's not implemented fully till now. I think it's the basic thing to be done in the education system of India



    As Sarala had mentioned,as long as poverty exist it would be not be an easy task to implement the 'compulsory education for children' scheme.In-spite of the free mid-day meals and other free stationary items provided by the government, many children do not attend the school. Instead they are out somewhere earning money for the family. For a person whose family is starving, education has no meaning.
    Maybe the only option lies in promoting the night/evening school

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  • Re: Education in India

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    Mary
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    Educational cost is less in india comparing to other states or other country

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  • Re: Education in India

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    Joseph
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    B) The cost is less in India for studies that's a great but the value also less when compared to other country.

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  • Re: Education in India

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    Suny Ag
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    This is good in some ways but too heavy in initial stages, overall our students from good institutes are best in the world.

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  • Re: Education in India

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    jabeen
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    Joseph,
    I am still waiting for the clarification. Actually, I could not understand your viewpoint of how CBSE education is valued more? I had passed my high school under the education board of my state. When I applied for job,outside my home town, it has never been an issue with any of my employer. So, can you kindly explain why you feel that CBSE education has more value?

  • Re: Education in India

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    Suny Ag
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    What I feel that different education boards for different states have their own marking standards like UP Board is supposed to be too tough where the marking ids too tough than CBSE. Where as CBSE being a board with common marking allover the country keeps them at equal terms although this is not a criteria for judging knowledge.

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