Education in India

We all know the importance of education in our day to day lives. This is single most important thing that separates humans from other species. Education is a way of living. In today’s time, education is seen as the most important part of one’s life. Without it, one does not have too many chances of carving a successful life.

Education is intricately woven with upward social mobility. One of the major differences between developed countries and developing countries (also known as third world countries) is education level or literacy rate. Good educations help humans in becoming productive and consequently contribute to the welfare of the society. If one wishes to make a successful career in life then the fundamental requirement is good education.

Education in India has been given a great priority by the central and state governments. From abysmally low literacy rates of 50s and 60s, India has managed to register an impressive growth rate in last few decades. Some of the Indian institutes have managed to carve their niches on Asian and even world level.

Who can underestimate the capabilities of institutes like IITs and IIMs that have produced thousands of talented professionals who are working in reputed organizations across the world? Most of the top companies in world have number of Indians working for them.

Though, India has yet to achieve the hundred percent literacy rate but the ongoing efforts are showing inspiring results. Indian education system is inherently strong and great results are bound to come sooner than later. The Educational structure in India operates at all levels right from pre-school to post doctoral.

India boasts of numerous formal schools, an impressive array of qualified teachers and plethora of renowned universities offering number of under graduate and post graduate courses. Indian educational structure is based on Ten + Two + Three (10+2+3) pattern.

Education system in India covers almost all kinds of careers right from health services, management, mass media, legal services, social science, home science, fine arts to environmental science, administrative services, fashion courses, vocational courses, engineering, technology and accounting.

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