India A World Guru
India has been a world guru from the very beginning.
Universities like Taxila, Nalanda, Pataliputra glorify the advanced ideology of India.
Modern India is also making a strong presence on the global stage due to its education system.
From primary to higher education, the modern system is successful in keeping its glorious tradition intact.
India is the largest country providing education at the primary level
Today most of the children of backward and most backward areas are taking primary education with strength.
Through this education, their individual skills, their understanding, linguistic ability, sophisticated creativity etc. are developed.
Today 82 percent of all recognized schools at the primary level are run by the government.
The successful Prime Minister Narendra Modi government has started many schemes related to education, whose direct benefit is given to the students.
To make available educational aids like free text books, uniforms, bags, lunch etc. facilities for the required improvement in them.
Teachers are also being made aware of the latest technology in primary education.
They are being trained through “Nishtha” training. Organizing annual festivals in schools is a link to that.
At the primary level as well as under the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan, the system of education is available at a reasonable distance from home.
This scheme, set up by the government to provide education to lakhs of children, has been a strong success.
Under the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan, easy secondary education has been made available to the students of economically weaker sections.
Proper physical facilities have been made available in all the schools.
The overall quality has been improved by increasing the number of Kendriya Vidyalayas and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas.
Along with secondary education, the infrastructure of higher education has also been radicalised.
The chord has been changed.
A vision of transparency and professionalism has been developed, bypassing the over-centralization.
Comparatively more reputed colleges have been brought under the Autonomy College Scheme and taken out of the centralized control of the University and brought them to a more important position in academic matters.
In conclusion we can say that the Indian education system stands at the global level because of its strong infrastructure.
Whether it is at the primary level or at the secondary level or at the higher level, this arrangement is unmatched on every element.