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    epraneeth77
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    jabeen wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:

    Education system should be to inculcate punctuality, discipline, nurturing good habits & etiquettes like the schools in Japan do. For the first few years there is no studying but inculcation of good habits in children. This is of paramount importance & for a Country like India it is the foremost change that should come into the picture.

    It will ensure that there is a slow but steady & firm change in the lifestyle of the people, improve cleanliness, abiding to laws & creating a  fulfilling & harmonious life.

    After reading your post, I was going through some of the articles about the Japanese educational system. Actually children are taught different subjects from around age 6 just like in India. And a survey conducted indicates that the Japanese students face lots of pressure academically to perform well. But its true that focus is given to teach them etiquettes at an early age. Moral values are compulsorily taught along with other subjects .

    In our education system there is not much pressure. That may be the positive. For a Country like theirs where everything is taught, unable to understand why there is tremendous pressure academically. Where habits are good, studies will be relatively better as they will go through a systematic life.


    Life is like a boat in a sea, there is a lot to learn, so never close your mind to your limited experiences!


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    Arunima Singh
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    Our education system has many positives and has produced many talents. But there is always a need to improvise it and refine it keeping our goods intact. Equal importance  should be given to sports, art, life skills, practical knowledge etc...rather than only focusing on the academics and marks. 


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    anil
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    Arunima Singh wrote:

    Our education system has many positives and has produced many talents. But there is always a need to improvise it and refine it keeping our goods intact. Equal importance  should be given to sports, art, life skills, practical knowledge etc...rather than only focusing on the academics and marks. 

    When life style is changes in these days, importance to sports activity is very important. But it is not easy, because most of government and private school have play grounds and coaches. Buying sports material is easy but it is not easy to have a ground to play. In Rajasthan government order one period for games but where student will play?


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    epraneeth77 wrote:
    jabeen wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:

    Education system should be to inculcate punctuality, discipline, nurturing good habits & etiquettes like the schools in Japan do. For the first few years there is no studying but inculcation of good habits in children. This is of paramount importance & for a Country like India it is the foremost change that should come into the picture.

    It will ensure that there is a slow but steady & firm change in the lifestyle of the people, improve cleanliness, abiding to laws & creating a  fulfilling & harmonious life.

    After reading your post, I was going through some of the articles about the Japanese educational system. Actually children are taught different subjects from around age 6 just like in India. And a survey conducted indicates that the Japanese students face lots of pressure academically to perform well. But its true that focus is given to teach them etiquettes at an early age. Moral values are compulsorily taught along with other subjects .

    In our education system there is not much pressure. That may be the positive. For a Country like theirs where everything is taught, unable to understand why there is tremendous pressure academically. Where habits are good, studies will be relatively better as they will go through a systematic life.

    On the other hand there is too much pressure in our system with far too less importance given to the practical side ... This is true of most Asian countries , probably because they feel the need to prove themselves ..


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


    Thank you said by: epraneeth77

  • Re: EDUCATION , FOR WHAT?

    by » 3 years ago


    anil
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    usha manohar wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:
    jabeen wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:

    Education system should be to inculcate punctuality, discipline, nurturing good habits & etiquettes like the schools in Japan do. For the first few years there is no studying but inculcation of good habits in children. This is of paramount importance & for a Country like India it is the foremost change that should come into the picture.

    It will ensure that there is a slow but steady & firm change in the lifestyle of the people, improve cleanliness, abiding to laws & creating a  fulfilling & harmonious life.

    After reading your post, I was going through some of the articles about the Japanese educational system. Actually children are taught different subjects from around age 6 just like in India. And a survey conducted indicates that the Japanese students face lots of pressure academically to perform well. But its true that focus is given to teach them etiquettes at an early age. Moral values are compulsorily taught along with other subjects .

    In our education system there is not much pressure. That may be the positive. For a Country like theirs where everything is taught, unable to understand why there is tremendous pressure academically. Where habits are good, studies will be relatively better as they will go through a systematic life.

    On the other hand there is too much pressure in our system with far too less importance given to the practical side ... This is true of most Asian countries , probably because they feel the need to prove themselves ..

    You are @ Usha a teacher you know better. In India education is business, so  why people thinks for other things.


    Thank you said by: usha manohar

  • Re: EDUCATION , FOR WHAT?

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    jabeen
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    anil wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:
    jabeen wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:

    Education system should be to inculcate punctuality, discipline, nurturing good habits & etiquettes like the schools in Japan do. For the first few years there is no studying but inculcation of good habits in children. This is of paramount importance & for a Country like India it is the foremost change that should come into the picture.

    It will ensure that there is a slow but steady & firm change in the lifestyle of the people, improve cleanliness, abiding to laws & creating a  fulfilling & harmonious life.

    After reading your post, I was going through some of the articles about the Japanese educational system. Actually children are taught different subjects from around age 6 just like in India. And a survey conducted indicates that the Japanese students face lots of pressure academically to perform well. But its true that focus is given to teach them etiquettes at an early age. Moral values are compulsorily taught along with other subjects .

    In our education system there is not much pressure. That may be the positive. For a Country like theirs where everything is taught, unable to understand why there is tremendous pressure academically. Where habits are good, studies will be relatively better as they will go through a systematic life.

    On the other hand there is too much pressure in our system with far too less importance given to the practical side ... This is true of most Asian countries , probably because they feel the need to prove themselves ..

    You are @ Usha a teacher you know better. In India education is business, so  why people thinks for other things.

    Its not just India, education institutions everywhere would ve to make it a profitable institutions if run privately or by corporations. However it is wrong to assume that education is all about business only. Ultimately parents are going to send their children in the institutions that provide good education. So the institutions do care about providing good education while making profit.


    Thank you said by: usha manohar, Arunima Singh

  • Re: EDUCATION , FOR WHAT?

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    epraneeth77
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    jabeen wrote:
    anil wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:
    jabeen wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:

    Education system should be to inculcate punctuality, discipline, nurturing good habits & etiquettes like the schools in Japan do. For the first few years there is no studying but inculcation of good habits in children. This is of paramount importance & for a Country like India it is the foremost change that should come into the picture.

    It will ensure that there is a slow but steady & firm change in the lifestyle of the people, improve cleanliness, abiding to laws & creating a  fulfilling & harmonious life.

    After reading your post, I was going through some of the articles about the Japanese educational system. Actually children are taught different subjects from around age 6 just like in India. And a survey conducted indicates that the Japanese students face lots of pressure academically to perform well. But its true that focus is given to teach them etiquettes at an early age. Moral values are compulsorily taught along with other subjects .

    In our education system there is not much pressure. That may be the positive. For a Country like theirs where everything is taught, unable to understand why there is tremendous pressure academically. Where habits are good, studies will be relatively better as they will go through a systematic life.

    On the other hand there is too much pressure in our system with far too less importance given to the practical side ... This is true of most Asian countries , probably because they feel the need to prove themselves ..

    You are @ Usha a teacher you know better. In India education is business, so  why people thinks for other things.

    Its not just India, education institutions everywhere would ve to make it a profitable institutions if run privately or by corporations. However it is wrong to assume that education is all about business only. Ultimately parents are going to send their children in the institutions that provide good education. So the institutions do care about providing good education while making profit.

    I think some educational institutions have become more commercial by just asking the students to purchase everything from them, right from notes to texts, Uniform to Shoes, etc.

    When one has to take admission in a school, in my view what one can see is what is the fees, students feedback about teachers as to how they are (in terms of being friendly, approachable, giving inputs on further stages of career, talking about career & life apart from studies).

    When parents are putting their hard earned money for their child's well being, I think the above parameters will help them immensely to join a school where his child will get correct education & growth not just in numbers, but as an all rounder, leadership qualities, career insights & direction to his strengths.

    Also one must also know from how many years the teachers there are working so as to get clear & honest picture that their child will be under an able tutor/teacher or will there be any change of teacher.

    It is not necessary that high fees means good education at all. There are some institutions which are very commercial & hell bent on getting numbers for their school rather than giving the students an all round nourishment like leadership, sports, education, manners, moral strength, etc.

    Education in schooling plays a very significant role in the students mindset & it lies in the hands of school management indirectly & teachers directly.


    Life is like a boat in a sea, there is a lot to learn, so never close your mind to your limited experiences!


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    anil
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    jabeen wrote:
    anil wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:
    jabeen wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:

    Education system should be to inculcate punctuality, discipline, nurturing good habits & etiquettes like the schools in Japan do. For the first few years there is no studying but inculcation of good habits in children. This is of paramount importance & for a Country like India it is the foremost change that should come into the picture.

    It will ensure that there is a slow but steady & firm change in the lifestyle of the people, improve cleanliness, abiding to laws & creating a  fulfilling & harmonious life.

    After reading your post, I was going through some of the articles about the Japanese educational system. Actually children are taught different subjects from around age 6 just like in India. And a survey conducted indicates that the Japanese students face lots of pressure academically to perform well. But its true that focus is given to teach them etiquettes at an early age. Moral values are compulsorily taught along with other subjects .

    In our education system there is not much pressure. That may be the positive. For a Country like theirs where everything is taught, unable to understand why there is tremendous pressure academically. Where habits are good, studies will be relatively better as they will go through a systematic life.

    On the other hand there is too much pressure in our system with far too less importance given to the practical side ... This is true of most Asian countries , probably because they feel the need to prove themselves ..

    You are @ Usha a teacher you know better. In India education is business, so  why people thinks for other things.

    Its not just India, education institutions everywhere would ve to make it a profitable institutions if run privately or by corporations. However it is wrong to assume that education is all about business only. Ultimately parents are going to send their children in the institutions that provide good education. So the institutions do care about providing good education while making profit.

    How many parents can send their children to these royal institutions. Most of these institution are getting grants for government to promote education. Tell me making its business is fair?


    Thank you said by: epraneeth77

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    jabeen
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    anil wrote:
    jabeen wrote:
    anil wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:
    jabeen wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:

    Education system should be to inculcate punctuality, discipline, nurturing good habits & etiquettes like the schools in Japan do. For the first few years there is no studying but inculcation of good habits in children. This is of paramount importance & for a Country like India it is the foremost change that should come into the picture.

    It will ensure that there is a slow but steady & firm change in the lifestyle of the people, improve cleanliness, abiding to laws & creating a  fulfilling & harmonious life.

    After reading your post, I was going through some of the articles about the Japanese educational system. Actually children are taught different subjects from around age 6 just like in India. And a survey conducted indicates that the Japanese students face lots of pressure academically to perform well. But its true that focus is given to teach them etiquettes at an early age. Moral values are compulsorily taught along with other subjects .

    In our education system there is not much pressure. That may be the positive. For a Country like theirs where everything is taught, unable to understand why there is tremendous pressure academically. Where habits are good, studies will be relatively better as they will go through a systematic life.

    On the other hand there is too much pressure in our system with far too less importance given to the practical side ... This is true of most Asian countries , probably because they feel the need to prove themselves ..

    You are @ Usha a teacher you know better. In India education is business, so  why people thinks for other things.

    Its not just India, education institutions everywhere would ve to make it a profitable institutions if run privately or by corporations. However it is wrong to assume that education is all about business only. Ultimately parents are going to send their children in the institutions that provide good education. So the institutions do care about providing good education while making profit.

    How many parents can send their children to these royal institutions. Most of these institution are getting grants for government to promote education. Tell me making its business is fair?

    Those who can afford them ll send it, those who cannot afford them will look for other affordable ones.  If an institutions is charging higher fee its because they are investing more and providing better services. I don't think the question of being fair or not fair arises.


  • Re: EDUCATION , FOR WHAT?

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    anil
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    jabeen wrote:
    anil wrote:
    jabeen wrote:
    anil wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:
    jabeen wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:

    Education system should be to inculcate punctuality, discipline, nurturing good habits & etiquettes like the schools in Japan do. For the first few years there is no studying but inculcation of good habits in children. This is of paramount importance & for a Country like India it is the foremost change that should come into the picture.

    It will ensure that there is a slow but steady & firm change in the lifestyle of the people, improve cleanliness, abiding to laws & creating a  fulfilling & harmonious life.

    After reading your post, I was going through some of the articles about the Japanese educational system. Actually children are taught different subjects from around age 6 just like in India. And a survey conducted indicates that the Japanese students face lots of pressure academically to perform well. But its true that focus is given to teach them etiquettes at an early age. Moral values are compulsorily taught along with other subjects .

    In our education system there is not much pressure. That may be the positive. For a Country like theirs where everything is taught, unable to understand why there is tremendous pressure academically. Where habits are good, studies will be relatively better as they will go through a systematic life.

    On the other hand there is too much pressure in our system with far too less importance given to the practical side ... This is true of most Asian countries , probably because they feel the need to prove themselves ..

    You are @ Usha a teacher you know better. In India education is business, so  why people thinks for other things.

    Its not just India, education institutions everywhere would ve to make it a profitable institutions if run privately or by corporations. However it is wrong to assume that education is all about business only. Ultimately parents are going to send their children in the institutions that provide good education. So the institutions do care about providing good education while making profit.

    How many parents can send their children to these royal institutions. Most of these institution are getting grants for government to promote education. Tell me making its business is fair?

    Those who can afford them ll send it, those who cannot afford them will look for other affordable ones.  If an institutions is charging higher fee its because they are investing more and providing better services. I don't think the question of being fair or not fair arises.

    It is right if a person invest he/she wants some returns. But it is not fair to make profit by organistion who is taking any type of grant or concession from government.


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