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Published : 22 Jan, 2011 By: Admission Jankari
  • Education system in India has always been put under scanner. Until recent times, the mind set was “if you want quality education, go abroad for higher studies”. Similar things could be heard in case of career and job opportunities.

    Many suggestions were made to improve education standards in country. These included modification of syllabus, incorporation of dynamic courses, comfortable and modern infrastructure and recruitment of experienced teachers. All these recommendations were taken in positive light and as a result, they are yielding favorable results in every respect.

    Today, India has become a favorite global educational destination, sharing platforms with USA, UK, Australia, Canada, Germany and France. It is not only attracting national students, but international candidates also. A large number of students from China, Canada, South Africa and other countries are coming to India in the pursuit of higher studies.

    Some people may find it difficult to believe India’s growth story in education sector. But, it’s a truth and considerable reforms in different integrated levels such as Pre-Primary, Primary, Higher-Secondary, Graduation and Post-graduation bear enough testimony to this.

    Educational Reforms in India

    Schools and colleges in India are modeling their study pattern in such a way that students get to develop skills in the areas of information, communication and technology. But, this doesn’t mean that core subjects such as arts and history have been overlooked. The institutions are striving to create a fine balance between theory and practice. Traits like innovation, imagination, free thinking and learning are encouraged among students.

    Further, recent initiatives by Indian government that have created ripples across this industry include:

    Recruitment of an IT teacher in every school.
    Incorporation of International curriculum in CBSE.
    Proposal to do away with unit tests from Classes I to VIII in Maharashtra.
    Opening avenues for Foreign Universities in India.

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