The Growth of Education in India

by Ratul Puri Marketing Consultant
India has the great legacy of knowledge. Our past is always been glorified by the type of knowledge we share, information has been flowing all through the eras. There are many mathematicians, astronomers and scientists who are associated with huge research and have made many inventions that are being recognized and adored by the world. The Indian education system is therefore one of the primogenital learning systems in the world. Since ancient times there are many universities and educational institutions that were up held on terms of knowledge and information. In this article we will broadly discuss about the history of Indian Education system and the present day scenario.

The history of education:
The Indian education system has a rich history that needs to be cherished and preached throughout, initially the preachers used the oral medium to spread the awareness and then developed the forms of documentation, then the practice of letters written on palm leaves and barks of trees came into existence through which ‘information’ was passed on to learners from their scholars who were called Gurus. Students and Gurus worked together spending prolific hours in residential schools that were called as the Gurukuls. The residence of Gurus were the Gurukuls that were often monasteries, temples, etc. that became centers of education.

The present day scenario:

The face of Indian education system has changed drastically in modern days. The practice of gurukuls has changed to the primary and secondary segments of education. Both the systems are explained further.

Primary Education in India:
Primary education that is accompanied with Middle level of education (Standards I to VIII) is essential and free in India as an initiative by the government. The Primary education in India begins at age 6 with and is stretched up to the age of 14. In most of the state funded government schools the medium of education is majorly the regional language. They are thought English from grade 3.

Secondary Education in India:
The initial two years of secondary education is to focused on all the dimensions and the areas of studies, the subjects are there to give the students a brief version of the detailed knowledge of the domain.

Based on the scores in the first two years the students are made to choose the prospective areas in which they want to graduate into.

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