Quality education can’t be transient
By Aditya Misra
Kartik Shukla, a second year BJMC student from Times School of Media, Bennett University says, “The academics in India is solely based on memorisation. It may get marks, but hardly any practical knowledge. Nothing which can be applied in real life. Indian education system is basically transient. And as it is said, if it is transient, it’s not quality. Quality education would surely consist of practical education, which can be applied in real life.”
Young minds and quality education
While talking about quality education and young minds, Gauri Shukla a second year BJMC student from Times School of Media, Bennett University says, “Quality education should ensure that
1. There’s no burden on the
2. The overall development of the students.
In the competition in today’s world, it shouldn’t be another obstacle in their way to success. Because theoretical education in itself has its own pressure. Rapidly rising suicide rates in India, specially in IIT students, medical students are no more hidden.” “
“Quality education is important for young kids. This is that stage of a human being, when he can be taught most forward things. It is that time of life when they see everything with innocence. They receive information quickly,” says Saumya Teotia, a second year BJMC student from Times School of Media, Bennett University.