To PM Modi From A Student: You Can Bring A Revolution To Our Education System

Posted by Neetu K K in Education, Society
December 30, 2016

Respected Sir,

I am sending this letter to you with several hopes, I am an ordinary college student, I always feel proud to be a citizen of my country. I feel proud to have a great leader like you. As a youth, it is my duty to bring awareness to each and every person about the importance of the education.

The whole country is with you, throughout the journey of making India greater with the schemes such as Swachh Bharat, Make in India, Digital India and many more. The huge population of youth will be the backbone of tomorrow’s India.

Being the first graduate in my family, I have not seen any improvement in our education system. I feel that the quality of education received by students in government schools is going down. It is really sad to see that our country’s youth are struggling to even make ends meet. They are not allowed to think out of the box and utilise their full potential.

Being a girl from a farmer’s family, who pursued schooling from a rural government school, I feel embarrassed to compare myself with students from private schools. The world thinks that students who studied in government schools are of a lower level. All parents want to give the best education to their children, but when it comes to their monetary situation, it is not possible for villagers like us. The difference between ‘upper’ and ‘lower’ class people begins from here.

As a great leader, it is possible for you to bring a revolution in our education system. We need a practical education system than a theoretical way of teaching.

I am sure that you will take necessary steps to improve our education systems in rural areas. I request you to share this letter in Mann Ki Baat.

Awaiting a positive response from you.

‌Neetu Koranga
(Mukteshwar Nainital, Uttarakhand)