A single education board for secondary and higher secondary education
I think except CBSE and ICSE, none of the state boards are catering quality education at very foundation level. The worst part is of the scenario that every student in AP scores above 75% in exam and when they come to Maharashtra and pursue higher education, they hardly manage to get pass class. Thi... View More
It's under mess because our Education is only result oriented and not knowledge oriented. Even students or parents are passionate about seeking knowledge and it mere data transfer from one medium to the other. Class rooms are information sharing centre.But now changes have started like our Tamilnadu Govt. initiative for:1. Proportionate Education (One Board in the state for imparting education rather than having many boards in one single state.)2. Credit based Rating of scores from E2 (0-12) to A Grade3. Trimester Education Systems (no load of books or contents)4. Activity Based education imparting, etc.CBSE kind of quality education is requi... view more
I totally agree with all experts,If it comes in reality it can bring quality and more valuable education structure. I know in Maharashtra there was a proposal of giving admission to 11th even if student fails in class 10th in two subjects. later it cancelled, then a proposal of making two maths subject in class 10 one is easy and other is hard can select of our choice.No one knows who and why makes all these plans. But its a clear Intervention of politics or unscientific approach in education which can spoil the quality and worth of education itself.If look at the scores card of class tenth students in pune board, it is unrealistic 107%,102%... view more
Govind_S totally agree to your point that Politics is somewhere responsible for deteriorating education in India. And I too feel that there should be only one board so that students do not face in problem when they migrate from one city to other as the board will remain the same.!
Well said Govind_s, and you are absolutely correct in saying that, we must have single education board as this will help in improving the quality of education,it will also lead to a uniform standards of evaluation which is not happening currently that is the main reason that a student scoring 90% from a particular board is not able to score even 50% when they appear in different education board.
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