Saturday, April 7, 2012

Futile Education System: Time to Change

Everybody is talking about primary education. Indian Government spends 60% of education budget on primary education only, I acquiesce this. Primary education has to be improved because it is the backbone of country. Our HRD ministry, educationalists and researchers are putting their hyper active brain on the issue “How to improve primary education system” but I have simple doubt how they will deal with debris and dross man force which they are creating during their experimentation.


Fortunately, I have studied in one of the premier schools of the country till class X, so I was able to access excellent library facilities. I used these facilities and fell in love with Hindi literature and economics. I wanted to marry my love but my father abhors the idea of studying Arts subject. According to him only second division pass students study Arts subject and he is right as well in reference of north Indian small town. It was not his fault to abstain me studying Arts subject, it was system and government policies which nagged him to impede me going with my interest.
Unfortunately, I was the 11th ranker of Jharkhand Board senior secondary examination in 2005 and I scored 100 marks in mathematics so I was compelled to prepare for IIT-JEE. I did that and cleared JEE and joined country’s premier science institute IISER-KOlKATA. After studying four year in this institution I am not fascinated with electron spin, Ant’s motion, Dog’s behavior, Quantum dot, Real Analysis and my trifling terms, so my teacher consider me as an average student and my classmates snub me.
In this situation, how humiliated I feel no one can imagine. All my prizes which I have won in sundry literary events seem to be vain.  In spite of immense zest and zeal I feel futile because I don’t have perfect platform to use my zeal for the betterment of society. It’s not only me! There are millions who are fighting with their shatter dreams because of pernicious education system. I don’t know who is responsible for this but it has to be improved and this is the time to change........

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I, heartily congratulate StayFree to have come up with such a novel idea of “Time to Change concept. This pen down is due to the sole inspiration of their contest topic, at Indiblogger

6 comments:

  1. Totally agreed..
    It's high time we change this crappy system of ours..
    Realization is the first step!
    All the best for contest:)

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  2. hey thanks....Ya realization is first step...but we have miles to go miles to go for change :)

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  3. hi khusnud ,nice to read your blog ..
    It's easy to blame but harder to rectify.there are some questions.
    what would you like to change in constraints of the limited educational budget ?
    Interest is another thing and money spinning is another..how will u justify most of the graduates who even opt for non professional courses don't get a job..
    Hope u will take comments in positive light..

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  4. Shubham, nice to see to read it.....hey i won't like to change educational budget i am pointing that government is doing hard to reform primary education by means increasing primary education budget but is they are really improving or the whole thing is fallacious which government do with their all initiative.
    I want to change strategics so that non-professional graduate can get good job...and their are scope only policies should be reformed and things will be changed.

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  5. Shubham, These post is not for blaming anyone just to catch a eye on very basic problem which we don't consider as a problem and this is the root of all the problem which our society is facing. If we will do the things of our own interest then all things will run smooth and are able to deduce many dynamic solution of our basic problem :)

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  6. Nicely written
    Well done yaar..cheers for the article :).
    Also Check out mine.Give your comment on it.
    Are Hijra's(TransGender) not a Human being.?

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