July 20 2022
The National Institutional Ranking Framework's ranking of India’s educational institutes, has had an IIT top the list for many years now. But, what about those Indian students who don't go to an elite college like the IIT?
Top management is unaware of what is being taught daily in terms of the concepts and lessons. The first thing the government should do is to inspect colleges regularly.
The education, and therefore the earnings as well as lifestyles of students studying in metro cities versus those studying in rural/semi-urban areas are drastically different.
The educational model in place should be a result of thinking, experimenting, observing, and acting. You have to adopt newer formulas to provide better educational communication.
This is the era of skills-based education. India's non-elite colleges need to adopt a multi-disciplinary approach so that students’ knowledge is not limited to their subject area.
Education must be equal for everyone as it is the only weapon students from humble backgrounds have, to face life's many challenges. It allows one to overcome their immediate circumstances and make something of themselves.