The most important and desirable thing human beings are gifted is the wisdom. At the outset, we are programmed in our reality of creation that we all should strive for education to acquire knowledge. In the past, many centuries ago, people acquired knowledge from those who were educated and from the experience of others. They learn how to evaluate through reasons and implement in their lives all the virtues.
Anil Sadgopal is an Indian educationist and activist, known for the Hoshangabad Science Teaching Program and for advocacy related to the Right to Education Act. The main feature of basic education is free and compulsory education for children of 7 to 14 years, education through craft, self-supporting education, mother tongue as medium of instruction, ideal citizenship and flexible curriculum.
In olden days educational institutions and teachers were very sincere and earnest in their profession. They ensured that the students were groomed into the system and they learn diligently with all sincerity. As the societies grew and spread across the globe, the education pattern has changed accordingly to suit to whom monetary benefits matters most. The respective governing bodies have issued guidelines to both government school and private schools to ensure students get the benefits. Alas! This has never been translated into factuality and the main purpose was relegated to the back and remained until to date. The government school failed in their aspect of duties whereas the private school has progressed to some extent of the huge cost of financial burden on the parents.
Bhanu Jain wrote in his Policy Institutions and Practice Term Paper and strongly recommended that the common school system is a must step that should be taken to insure the development of India as a superpower and as a developed country. Although it has been well-recognized decades ago that CSS is an essential step for attaining equality, social justice and social change until now no concrete and effective steps have been taken for its implementation.
The grave scenario is the behavior of developed and developing countries. The underdeveloped countries remain below the threshold of basic educational standard awaiting mercy from some philanthropist to elevate their academic level. It is a wishful thinking displaying their incompetence and ignorance to come to terms with reality. They get carried away by the false propaganda and modern infrastructure and doomed defeat at the end. They become victims of financial burden and remained in debt for many years.
These corporate educational institutions aim to haul maximum financial benefits from the parents and acquire properties from the government schools. The façade they create in the form of infrastructure, publicity, pomp and show besides greasing the palms of government officials. They also promote their image on social media and in print media.
On the contrary, the story is different when it comes to government school and its performance. A principal of the Urdu medium school in the old city of Hyderabad (India), Mrs. Gupta has elevated the ranking of the said school from below 250 to an astounding top 5 in the twin cities. It is to be noted that the government school in question has never raised any fee nor the salaries of the teaching staff. It has unequivocally established a fact that who is at the helm of the institution. A sincere and dedicated person will achieve a remarkable feat within the existing system and environments.
If consider, the government schools and the number of students who not only excel in academic curriculum but also in sports and other extracurricular areas. All outstanding sportsmen, whether in Golf, Hockey, cricket or any other faculty of sports has come from average families and government or private schools which do not belong to corporate school category. In the field of politics, research or administrative services majority has come from humble background and poor financial status. They all studied in regular government school in simple and humble surroundings. All philosophers, scholars and geniuses are from a humble background and not from the corporate education system.
The outstanding features of all corporate schools are hypocrisy, corrupt practices and snobbish attitude. They practice class distinction and make them conscious of their background. It is not openly reflected nor advertise, but progressively the Zionist culture infiltrated in Indian education system to create a society of corrupt wealthy group as seen in western societies.