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Lack of Education in India
Transcript of Lack of Education in India
Who is Affected by the Lack of Education
Lack of Education in India
The capital of India is New Delhi
The population of India is 1,285,812,900
The coordinates of India are 21.° N, 78.° E
The official language of India is Hindu and English
Diverse terrain, from Himalayan peaks to Indian ocean coastline
Other Impacts From a Lack of Education
Possible Solutions for the Lack of Education
Introduction to India continued ...
Monsoon means seasonal reversal of the winds during the course of the year
The whole of India has a tropical monsoonal climate, since the greater part of the country lies within the trophies, and the climate is influenced by the monsoons.
India's Hindu calendar has 6 seasons: spring, summer, monsoon, autumn, winter and prevernal.
It's illegal to take Indian currency (rupees) out of India.
Chess was invented in India
My Issue: Lack of Education in India
The education system in India is broken.
Teachers are not enthusiastic, there is a lack of incentives for them and the standards are low.
The resources available to the teachers are scarce or inadequate.
This is forcing Indian families to send their children into the private sector.
Private schools organise classes in tiny rooms, sometimes outside. If it rains then lessons are cancelled, this is considered better that being in a state school where the teacher does not show up.
The education system in India needs help, in numerous ways, from the Government.
Firstly, they need to offer incentives for teachers to enter the profession, and then ongoing rewards for achieving key goals/challenges every year.
Secondly, they need to ensure schools are available to all children, no child should be excluded or disadvantaged due to the location of their home or funds available.
Thirdly, the schools need to be safe and functional, they need the basics of life, like running water and working toilets.
Perhaps other countries, like Australia, could help out by sending teachers to India. This would be good work experience for our teachers and would be a great way to train and help India.
Unfortunately, everyone is affected by a lack of education.
Factors linked to poverty, such as unemployment, illness and illiteracy of parents, compounds the risk for future generations of non-schooling.
The effect of this is that disadvantaged children are then forced to abandon their education due to health issues, usually malnutrition. This then affects the social and economic development of India.
The health issues, financial pressures and crime continue to escalate as the population of India grows with a inadequate education system.
Reduced Economic Growth
Indian Children - How many can't read or do maths
This graph shows the percentage of children in primary school, in India, who can't read or solve maths problems.
While Private Schools have better results than the Government Schools, their results are still bad.
India is in Asia