The pathetic condition of the government schools of India has compelled many writers and columnist to scream on the system. Despite the best teachers, government schools are not improving. Students studying in the government schools lag behind in almost every aspect of life. The only reason is the negligence of the people sitting in the authority who has been bestowed upon with this responsibility to look after the system. They instead of strengthening it, drag the life out of it.
It’s not new
80 per cent of the students who go to a government school in India don’t remember 1 to 20 tables, they can even write their name perfectly and the worst part of the system that the teachers recruited to serve the purpose exhibits the same negligence as their superiors.
This is the condition of the primary schools which are considered to be the foundation of every higher education. How can a student a mathematics prowess who hardly remembers 1 to 20 tables? The irony is that we don’t serve the purpose well in spite of the return we get
What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you see a government school student? There is a great disparity between the students of public schools and the government schools. What possibly could be the reason behind their lagging in all walks of life? Why do they find it very hard to make into higher education? Why do they drop out even before getting through high school? Why do they lose interests in studies? Is it incorrigible? Can’t it be reformed and made better for the future of our own country?
Let’s kill the roots
The real problem is the authorities and politicians who look at education as a money making business and instead of making reforms, go another way around. Many politicians and their relatives have their own private schools. And improving the present scenario is similar to cutting down their part on the money. They are blind enough to ignore the plight of government schools in their own country.
We too have something to give back to the society
We as a good and responsible citizen of the country should take it on hand and contribute our part for the amelioration the society. Education is considered to be the backbone of a country. We can not grow as a country if we lack in education. Not only this, we would push ourselves in a mire hard to come out of. We need to say no to such systems and take the entire responsibility on ourselves as an individual.
Just give it a serious thought
The authority needs to contemplate on this grave situation and come up with evasive steps to curb it. We can not improve unless we stop blaming others and by complaining it to the wrong person.
The future of any country lies in the hands of the kids who are the posterity of a nation. Investing in proper education will definitely fetch tremendous results at the end of the day. But if we don’t take it seriously, it is sure to paralyse the country with nothing left to repent and think upon.