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Report on Education Sector

Report on Education Sector

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Published by Saurabh Paharia

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Published by: Saurabh Paharia on Jun 05, 2009
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1.Introduction2.Importance of Education3.Indian Education System
K-12 System
Higher Education System
Education – A way towards growth and development5.Role of Education in Indian Economy6.Challenges – Need for Reforms7.Conclusion8.Reference
The word “Education” originated from the Latin word which means“to bring up” or “to nourish”. Education means drawing out thehidden potentialities and qualities of the students.Every society has specialized individuals who fulfill certain positionsthat require extended education. In some cases, these people areknown as shamans, priests, or professors or they may be doctors,mechanics, blacksmiths, or artists. In all these professions, some formof higher education is necessary. It could come from an apprentice or rigorous private study, or it could take the form of a formal higher education. Whatever the form, the meanings is the same, gainknowledge and uses it.
There are two types of education
one should teach us how to make a living,
and the other how to live.
Education not only provides scientific and technical skills, it also provides the motivation, justification, and social support for pursuingand applying them. The international community now strongly believes that we need to foster — through education — the values, behavior and lifestyles required for a sustainable future. Education provides the skills for:
Learning to know
Learning to live together 
Learning to do
Learning to be
Education is a basic human right, and is key to a life with dignity.
Quality, relevant education contributes to economic growth, peace,stability and good governance.
Education and technology goes hand in hand
The Indian Education System is broadly classified into its primary,secondary and higher studies.THE K-12 SCHOOL SYSTEMThe Indian education system is based upon 12 years of schooling(10+2), which includes primary and secondary education. Secondaryschools are affiliated with central or state boards. These boardsspecify the curriculum and conduct examinations at the end of X andXII grades. Many of the private schools as well as many of the goodgovernment schools are affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).The primary education follow the K-12 pattern. The K-12 schools are divided into three categories – primary(I-V), upper primary (VI-VII), and high (IX-XII).

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