PROBLEMS IN INDIAN EDUCATION: IN THE VIEW OF J. P. NAIK REGARDING GANDHIJournal: SRJ'S FOR HUMANITY SCIENCES & ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Vol.7, No. 34)
Publication Date: 2019-08-01
Authors : Prakash B. Salavi;
Page : 9276-9284
Keywords : NA;
The present education system is dependent upon the capitalist ideology of individual competition. Today's examination has created undesirable competition between the students. The students of similar age learning together and because of this there arises competitive spirit which destroys the spirit of cooperation. But there is a proved in other educational experiments that students gathered for learning in different ages are involved in better learning. The mechanical bracketing of students in age groups is a product of industrial culture where schools are reduced to the factory system. A radical decolonization of education had to be done right at the time of independence. Alas, this was never done. Students, who have reached the maximum level of knowledge in 6 months, should be provided with another curriculum for remaining 6 months. But there is unfortunately no provision for this. Students who are not able to complete the curriculum in on academic year are declared failed. Examinations are not student friendly, but abstract systems that do not inspire the student community. There is unbearable compulsion for him. He is supposed to complete all curriculums in next academic year. But for this he has to spend two years of his life. So, we raise the question here, why do not arrange the exam in every next month for these students? Whenever students wish to give exams, they should have freedom for this.
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