Is India really bringing out the best professionals from its students through its education policy?

I think yes we are, though its a bit slow but nevertheless its happening, the recent trend shows increase in literacy rate, more and more girls taking up professional and advanced courses.

0 369 Views | Posted 2011-10-12 09:23:38
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-11-18 16:22:43
    I would request experts likePriya Pooja Kohli to share their valuable inputs.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-11-18 16:21:53
    I would request our experts likeGomtis Corner Govind_S Gautam Joshi Vikas Naidu Nikhlesh Mathur Arvind Joshi245 2aru.chopra to share their valuable inputs.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-11-18 16:19:52
    In my opinion with the burgeoning population we now, have more challenges to frame the proper education policy so the basic education is provided to all and the best of research and higher education facilities are provided to all the deserving students, plus I think the cost of higher education in India is very expensive, because of which most of the deserving students are not able to get desired qualification.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-11-17 11:23:20
    I would request our experts like arun dev aru.chopra Vikas Naidu Gomtis Corner BMTY to share their valuable inputs.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-11-17 11:19:17
    I would like to thank MAYUR DESHMUKH Pooja Kohli Nikhlesh Mathur Arvind Joshi245 for their valuable inputs, what I feel is we do have good education policy, the real problem is proper implication and accountability.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-13 09:41:35
    Pooja Kohli apart from what all you have pointed out, I think basic reason is lack of interest among our students to go for research.
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    2011-10-13 00:22:58
    Not at all . I do hav a gut feelin dat " India 's best brains r not in India ". Its cuz of the current education system. ppl hav started to invest more money in overseas education to find brighter career prospects. However thanx to de banks for the loans. For instance in a country lyk Germany der is virtually no tution fees or its kept at minimum. wer as in IIM s it s upto the tune of 15 lacs approx. And students in India unlyk their counterparts are not passionate bout research cuz of de kind of career and dignity it manifests. It s high tym dat policy makers mus put their thinkin caps on and encourage research in universities thus alleviat... view more
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    MAYUR DESHMMUKH | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-10-12 23:17:59
    from my point of view , the answer is know.The way the education policy is being implemented in the country is not very fruitful for the children who will be the future of the country.To create a best professional out of this we have to apply or we can say change the way the traditonal policy is being taken place into consideration.the way we can change some of the policy of teaching as well as we can train some of the teachers for the betterment of the students.that will help to create the best professional out of them.We can implement new teaching methods, we can start a course on soft skills that will tell the students about the skills the... view more
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 21:20:21
    I think I will also go with MSK and Nikhlesh ji we still not even somewhere near to the level where we can say that we are bringing out best professionals. and it is not because we don't have the infra or money power but it is because our society is biased. Biased towards the rich, biased towards boys, biased towards children of politicians. that is the reason we are where we are today.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 15:14:50
    Waiting for comments from experts likeAneeket Manmeet Kaur50173
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    2011-10-12 15:14:17
    Waiting for comments from experts likePriya Pooja Kohli Aneeket Gautam Joshi
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 15:12:53
    Waiting for comments from experts like Gomtis Corner MAYUR DESHMUKH @ExcExcel
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 14:56:52
    Nikhlesh Mathur you are right in pointing, that yes we do have the plans and policies but the main problem comes in implementing it. I think we all must remember we are still a developing country and despite of that we have made tremendous growth in the past 60 years,level of our education and education system has improved tremendously. The main thing is we lack research oriented students, how many of students take up phd after masters,the number is very minimal, because all want to earn as soon as possible, and even those who wish pursue phd, then there is lack of infrastructure to go ahead. Today Indian scientists, doctors, engineers are ... view more
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 11:05:17
    Nikhlesh Mathur apart from these we must also take into consideration some positive sign as well like,we even have scientists like Dr.A.P.J Abdul Kalam, who got his entire education in India, at the moment ISRO is doing really well with its ambitious program Chandrayan.I agree to your points, but even after that we are progressing in education, yes but at a snail's pace.The recent trend has shown increase in the number of students in school and colleges, at the same time there is a decline in college drop outs.The real problem is how many students are accessible to all these government strategies, very recently 'Aakash' world's cheapest pad w... view more
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-10-12 10:42:03
    To the question that "Is India really bringing out the best professionals from its students through its education policy", I would painfully reply in the negative. The reasons could be different for different people with different thought processes but the crux of the matter is we do NOT have an education policy which can run with "The Time" and be flexible enough to the changes occuring globally at a rapid pace. This is my thought and I validate it through my observations that there are many Indians who display sparks of their talent but the same is not nurtered sufficiently or these sparks are extinguished prematurely because of some vested... view more
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 10:36:24
    @Pankaj, you are right in what ever you have said, but I think you have slightly deviated from the discussion topic, the discussion is to know that contemporary policies and strategies of education is really helping the students or not.
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    Pankaj

    2011-10-12 10:29:05
    Like Gandhiji had stated, “I shall remain a student till the last day of my life" . is actually the real sentiment of a true learner / student. If we are passionate in what we wish to pursue or do in our life, then we must have the yearning to attain knowledge and wisdom to enable us to feel confident in whatever we do. We should not look for the degrees and diplomas and certificates as a necessity to earn or get qualified for a higher level in life. We must yearn to attain wisdom and knowledge in whatever field we wish to pursue and at the same time, take out time to attain general knowledge that would allow us to participate or be atte... view more
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 09:58:34
    SmritiMatra I totally agree with your points, we have the policies in place, its about how to penetrate so that we can give correct guidance to the students at right time.
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    Ruchi Shrimali | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-10-12 09:44:37
    There are enough opportunities for those who are pro-active but not enough guidance yet. There are many students who do not know what all can be done. If only we can reach out to them, which is our aim as Shiksha Expert, many will be able to tread the right path.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 09:35:04
    Waiting for comments from experts like MAYUR DESHMUKH Kishore9209196744

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