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Top challenges in Indian Education system face today

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1. India Education System:

The education system of India is based on primary education, secondary education, vocational education, and tertiary education. The education is provided in both private and public sector for all. The education system of India is establishing by investing in the education sector. But still, India is facing many challenges in its education system which is needed to be improved. The government made such policies which can clarify all challenges in Indian education system.

2. Higher Education System of India:

From the day of independence, the higher education system in India is not fully developed. Indian government introduced many policies for the betterment of education but all were not well sufficient for the educational system. The selection of the higher education system is one of the toughest procedure.

To take admission in higher education institute entrance exam are compulsory for students. Each year The exams of NEET, JEE, and CAT are conducted to give admission in Medical, Engineering, and business finance and management. More than a million students appear in this exam and number of students cannot sit just because of many difficulties. NEET Coaching Centers in Bangalore and other cities in India are preparing the students to sit in NEET exams.

3. Challenges in Indian Education

There are plenty of challenges which are facing by Indian education system. Here we discuss the some of the challenges:

  • Lack of Infrastructure
  • Lack of practical knowledge
  • Lack of research
  • Poor teaching staff
  • The absence of development programs

• Lack of Infrastructure

Lack of infrastructure is one of the biggest challenge of Indian institutes. With the utilization of capacity, new universities and colleges can build for private and government sectors. But to provide best physical infrastructure in each and every educational institute means a lot. The number of institutes in India does not have proper sitting arrangements, Libraries, classroom, transport, furniture, washrooms, and commercials buildings.

• Lack of Practical Knowledge

If we talk about education in India, then lots of attention is given to books. Many times practical knowledge is being ignored by teachers. Students copy their material from books and learn it for a short period of time. And after passing their exams they forget all their learning material. The present education structure focusing more to give high scores in exam rather than their major focus must be towards providing skill-based practical knowledge.

• Lack of Research

Problem-solving projects are essential especially when students are looking for a job after completing their study. Problem-solving provides practical knowledge while doing projects to build up career. This kind of projects make the student critical thinker and creative. The number of institutes give more importance to case study rather than giving attention to research approach.

• Poor Teaching Staff

Always remember only a professional, qualified, and passionate teacher administrate the whole classroom very well. In many government sector schools, the teaching staff is not well trained and professional. They do not have any idea about anything.

• Absence of Developing Programs

The Indian education system focuses more on marks rather than focusing on developing programs. Majority of students after completing their study when applying for a job they suffer from lots of challenges. Because they do not meet with the skills required for the job.

4. NEET Entrance Exams:

The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test, which is called NEET. It is the national level entrance test which provides admission in MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) and BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) in both private and government institutes across India. CBSE the Central Board of Education is responsible for conducting the exam of NEET in India.

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