By the age of 20; a person has already given more than 15 years of his or her life learning about the various places, different subjects and doing a lot of homework. And, that’s how the majority of students spend the first two decades of their life.
Repeating the chores of textual knowledge has now become an out fashioned statement and slowly students and parents are accepting this harsh reality. We feel, there are quite a lot of flaws in the education system all across the World and quite a lot of things that needs to be fixed.
Here’re Top Three
1. Lack of Practical Knowledge
Suppose a student learns about engines or synchronous motor and while appearing in the examination, he nailed the whole concept to the deepest nucleus of it. Now, let’s take a pretty straight or practical example; where one needs to fix a motor in real time?
Did you able to understand the point that we are trying to make? Our schools and colleges are more leaned towards marks and grades, but not towards the real applications.
2. Encouraging The Race That’s Never Going To End
Grades, marks and most importantly, the classes rank; all these are some how killing the creativity and inbound talent that a kid has, maybe he’s not into math and doesn’t like to solve equations, but that’s not the criteria to judge someone’s intelligence.
3. Extra-Curricular Must Be Taken Seriously
Before, going any further, we’d like to ask you one simple question, how many subjects that you’ve passed in school are actually helping you in real life? Five or maybe ten, out of n subjects only ten are actually the right ones.
That’s the point; we need to take extracurricular as something equally valuable as the subjects in the curriculum as well.
There’re people like Menachem Moscovitz, who was able to reform the education horizon, so students can actually enjoy their educational journey.