Basic education in rural areas is the first teacher mother of the child. It has great importance in rural education. The primary education of the child starts on the basis of the rural environment. Regional languages ​​are very important in rural education in rural areas.

Monday, November 4, 2019

Education Or Business-Rural area

Education Or Business-Rural area  



             There is no need to tell anyone what is the importance of the education sector in India. Crores of children in our country go to school every morning with their bags. Every parent wants to make their child grow up very well by reading and brightening their name in the world. Schools and the education system of our country play a very big role in fulfilling these dreams. But the irony is that this school, which forms the life of people, is nowadays surrounded by such a dark environment.

             Some of the schools established before independence still have a lot of names. These schools are making a name for their high standard of education not only in the country but all over the world. Some schools are also included in the list of these schools even after independence. These schools are also proudly called colleges. But in general conversation, these are called public schools. Their number is nine in the country. These public schools are Scindia School of Gwalior, Bishop School of Kolkata, Rajkumar College of Rajkot, Mayo College of Ajmer, Daily College of Indore, Doon School of Dehradun, Delhi Public School of Delhi, etc. These schools cost one lakh to two lakh rupees per student as fees. So, sir, these schools are public schools, but they are not for the public, no ordinary people are kept away from these magnificent schools.
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 There is no need to tell anyone what is the importance of the education sector in India. Crores of children in our country go to school every morning with their bags. Every parent wants to make their child grow up very well by reading and brightening their name in the world. Schools and the education system of our country play a very big role in fulfilling these dreams. But the irony is that this school, which forms the life of people, is nowadays surrounded by such a dark environment.
            


            These schools are spread over an area of several square kilometers. These include reading, music, art as well as horse riding, swimming, glider and flying small airplanes and trips abroad. So these schools are heaven for the students and we are not far from our reach, so we will not talk about them much. I would just say that studying in these and teaching your children here are both status symbols and are used to tell the whole life that we have studied from these schools.

              A human being without education is like an animal because education itself helps in building civilization and culture and makes a human being superior to other beings. The central and state governments have adopted a policy towards education. The result of the same is what is happening in cities nowadays, education has been commercialized in villages too. If we look at the figures, then only the children of poor people come to the schools to study. Because in the form of fees of private educational institutions, a huge amount is collected, which only the money can pay. Nearly 20 years ago, the number of private schools was negligible compared to today and the same students used to study in private schools, which were declared to be unacceptable in the field of education, but today the situation is completely opposite.
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           There is a competition among the children of the affluent class for admission to private educational institutions. Today a good and higher education is being commercialized. The operators of private educational institutions are charging Manmarji's fees. However, in a recent judgment given by the Hon'ble Supreme Court, orders have been given to rein against those who have recovered Manmarji's fees. Today, education has become the father of only the children of wealthy families, As a result of which, its ill effects are also coming to the fore. IAS, IPS And even 10 percent of the students of the villages are not able to succeed in the higher grade tests. Today, young people from affluent families of cities are coming to higher services. They neither have knowledge of the village nor any kind of sympathy from the people of the village. This is also a big reason for the backwardness of the villages, under which self-government is setting up special schools for children of very special people. Such as Sainik Vidyalaya, Kendriya Vidyalaya, etc. If water is not impossible for the common man's children, it is rare. The establishment of such special schools is a violation of the fundamental rights provided in our Indian constitution, which provides authority for cultural and education in Article (29) and (30).

          No citizen shall be denied admission in an educational institution on the basis of religion, caste or language. Thus, the commercialization of education should stop. The fees of private educational institutions should be fixed by the government and this fee should be so that even the children of the poorer classes can take education in those educational institutions because most of the population of the country in India resides in a rural area, which belongs to the poor    

            

          

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