Has modern education in India made people literate but not educated?

  • Rote learning and no point of having knowledge

    We are commonly noticing that the present day education is having more quantity than the quality of education. Teacher`s are also encouraging rote learning system instead of qualitative learning or requisite learning having knowledge which is more valuable than marks.. We ca easily find people who are unable to answer a question after the completion of semester exams.

  • Without knowing the meaning, they find a solution.

    Many of our students know basic concepts of mathematics by rote learning. In our schools the teachers are in a hurry to complete their portions without generating the interests of the subject among our students. They do not give time to our students to understand the problems and make them create their own answers. And also many people are very weak in pronunciation and spelling. Many college students who scored the best marks in 12th, do not able to speak in English fluently and are afraid to give their seminars. Thus our school education should focused on education and not on the scores.

  • they repeat but can't understand

    My general experience from people what from India from call centers is that they learn to repeat phrases but don't understand them. This is no different than getting a parrot and having a parrot repeat sounds. I've noticed Indian call centers the people working tend to be very good at memorizing.

  • No, reading is the first step.

    No, modern education in India has not made people literate but not educated, because learning how to read is the very first step. A person cannot learn something advanced if they do not first learn something that is basic. Teaching people how to read is the first step in learning how to do more advanced things.

  • No, the educational system in India has been successful

    The educational system within India, considering the vast amount of people and general low standard of living, has been successful in providing education and literacy, not just the latter itself. India as a nation has the largest amounts of colleges and universities in the entire world, a testament to their educational hierarchy. In addition, there has been an increase in the number of Indian nationals who have become doctors, lawyers, and other high-status jobs throughout the world.

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