2017 Union Budget: What India is yet to learn from Global Education Systems

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Even as Jaitley made some of the biggest announcements for education sector , India is still far away from breaking the traditional setup that defines our educational institutions. While work seems to be on to skill youngsters under Modi government’s leadership, several other basic issues remain unaddressed.

Post Jaitley’s push to jobs, here are some basic points that India can learn from global counterparts:

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Practical vs Rote Learning

Practical vs Rote Learning
While Foreign countries focus more on practical based learning and allow creativity in education, Indian education focuses more on theory rather than practical.

Academic vs Overall Development

Academic vs Overall Development
Foreign education curriculum includes extra-curriculars like arts, sports, music and theatre in syllabus along with studies, whereas the Indian education system only emphasises on academics.

Traditional vs Technology

Traditional vs Technology
Indian education system is very slow in adopting latest technologies in curriculum.
In foreign countries, meanwhile, curriculum changes every day according to upgradation of technology and requirements of the industry.

Skills vs Grades

Skills vs Grades
Foreign countries believe in skills, while Indian education sector believes in grades and certificates. Situation, however, is improving with Modi’s Skill India Mission.
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