To keep pace with this ever-changing technology, skills and experience are a must to support our economic growth momentum. Various steps have been taken to ensure that educational facilities are open to everyone in the world. Not to mention, our teaching approach would need to focus on lifelong learning. School premises with facilities of interest to students and teachers who are excited about teaching, pedagogy that discourages rote learning, will ensure that students remain enrolled.
Three initiatives that will create the right environment required to provide quality education:
- Infrastructure retained:
Nice, spacious, and well-maintained school buildings with the requisite facilities. Facilities such as furniture, clean hygienic toilets, available drinking water, dedicated exercise and play areas, usable labs, and computers will make students look forward to attending school.
- Value in instruction and instruction:
The teachers and their teaching approach are directly responsible for the creation of the like or hate of a specific subject by pupils. Particular attention should be paid to new teaching aids, and methodologies combined with technology. This will add more and more students involved in taking up teaching as a vocation.
- Extra-Curricular Activities:
Facilities and avenues for cultural activities go a long way towards building a student’s life skills and attitude while keeping the curiosity in attending school intact.
The need of the Hour: Fixing the Disparities of Indian Education.
There is a pressing need to reshape our education system in line with the inspirational needs of the new generation. As there are families who can afford to prefer to educate their children in private schools. The learning environment needs to be made accessible to all around the world. Developing effective pedagogy to increase engagement in children’s learning by creating a bond between the teacher and the pupil. Daily reviews and prompt analysis of any remedial intervention. A new plan to provide smart classrooms in public schools should be able to resolve the need for an empowering environment in education.
It is important that the government lays out its goals and takes constructive measures to make India a fully established country in the field of education. The emphasis should be more on schooling than on higher education. Primary and secondary education is the basis for tertiary education. Strengthening the base is the hour’s need. Setting the 90 percent literacy goal and meeting it should be a top priority. Since schools in the future require skilled and well-trained teachers, teacher preparation should be a further top priority. By concentrating on the professional advancement of school teachers, the standard of education in schools cannot be increased. To make all this happen, it is necessary to devote at least 6 % of GDP to education.