Is our Education System making “Job Seekers or Job Creators”?

Is our Education System making “Job Seekers or Job Creators”?
Education is a human right. And, like other human rights, it cannot be taken for granted. Across the world, 59 million children and 65 million adolescents are out of school. More than 120 million children do not complete primary education. Indian Education System (10+2+3) A decade ago, the Indian Education System was considered one of the worst education systems and one cannot get the world-class education in India. However, the current trend has shown tremendous development in the quality of education. Various research done in the past decade has highlighted the loopholes in the curriculum. Our researchers at At Catalyst Bureau found some of the major differences while conducting the research on the education systems of Developed & Developing countries. We leave it to you whether its the time to “Educate the present Education System” or not? We cat as Educationalist Advisor for creating awareness.
Developed Country Education System   Indian Education System
Teacher must hold state certification and license to teach. Teacher can start teaching to elementary classes after getting master or bachelor degree. However, they can continue their studies to become the experienced and qualified teacher to teach in higher classes.
20 -30 students per teacher in a class. Approx. 50 students in a class per teacher.
Sports and extracurricular activities and considered equally important as core subjects. Traditional in Nature. More emphasis on core subjects. Sports and extracurricular activities are optional and do not hold the same importance.
Flexible education system The education system is rigid.
The standard of education is not too high. Here curriculums are flexibly designed so that every student passes the high school. The standard of education is high. Here students are prepared to face the upcoming challenges in the future.
Maths is an optional subject in the USA. Maths is compulsory till 10th standard.
Teachers are important but do not hold the same value as in the Indian Education system. The teacher receives great respect from students and parents.
Curriculum designed for an upper grade may not be based on/related to the lower grades. The curriculum of upper grade is built on the learnings of lower grades. For instance, the explained concepts in 9th grade would have been introduced in 8th grade.
More emphasis is given to exploring and understanding the concepts. Emphasis on academic performance. Mostly, about reading and memorizing the study materials.
Public schools are well maintained and managed with better infrastructure. Most of the public schools (run by the government) are poorly managed (they lack infrastructure and other facilities). Hence, parents prefer for private schools.
No formal examination for the students of lower classes. Though students of the higher class have to appear for tests. Whether lower or higher, students of all the grades have to sit for the examination.
Students need not to carry lots of books. Every day even the lower grade children have to carry several books.
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