Research on Indian Education System

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BUSINESS
BUSINESS
RESEARCH
BY
AKSHATHA K S
JULIE RAJ

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
STATEMENT
PROBLEM IN INDIAN EDUCATION
SYSTEM

OBJECTIVE
OBJECTIVE




TEACHING FACULTY:
We are exporting our best minds and leaving the task of
teaching to those who are least qualified for that. We hardly find some good teachers as its based on the salary .
Only and only marks
In India right from the day a child is born he is forced to be excellant . A student is not accepted if it is nothing less than 99.9 9% in exams. Knowledge, Exploration, creativity,
research and interset are the elements missing from our
definition of excellence.



INCLUSION
The most important thing that we need to include in our
education system is the choice of education wat a
student really want to study. In India people dont choose
career out of interest ,like Counselling, career guidance
are things almost non-existence in our country. We act
like robots , pass class XII , sit for some entrance exam ,
get into whichever best college we get seat in and study
whatever comes our way.



QUOTA SYSTEM
Its causing lots of problem as some deserving
students do not get opportunity to study in the
institute they deserve.It should be issued to
economically weaker section and not based
on the caste .



INFRASTRUCTURE
Except some private and some Government
institutes we dont have well equipped labs, in many
institutes the labs are totally outdated. Because of
corruption the money sanctioned for development
of schools or colleges goes into hands of corrupted
people.

OTHER ACTIVITIES



In India in many of schools and college
extracurricular activites are missig like sports, moral
education, music etc. These activities has to added
in a childs education in India.

SCOPE OF THE STUDY


To provide with good teachers and lab equipments in
all schools and colleges mainly in government school.



To abolision of reservation of seats i.e quota sytstem.



To see that teaching faculties are be well paid.







Students must have a right to choose the field of
education.
Parents must not put any pressure on their childrens
about the studies and the field of education they
choose.
To focuss not only on marks but also to focuss on other
extra curricular activites

METHODOLOGY
METHODOLOGY
Methodology used was survey method.


QUESTIONNAIRES .



Tabulation.

on
on

SAMPLING DESIGN
SAMPLING
Probability Sampling:
Every population has a equal chance of
being selected.


Simple random sampling:
Given equal chance for each unit in the
population .
Population in this study was students
taken from the BBM class using lottery
method.

SOURCES OF DATA
SOURCES
PRIMARY DATA
Data observed or collected directly from firsthand experience. In this research Questionnaires was used to collect data.

SECONDARY DATA
Published data and the data collected in
the past or other parties. In this reseach
data was collected through internet and
books

LIMITATIONS






Many students did not fill the questionnaires
with complete interest, the data got may be
inaccurate
Open questions in questionnaires were left
blank.
Collecting data through various sources was a
little difficult.

CONCLUSION
Today is the age of innovation and specialisation. And with
this fast moving techno-age, the Indian educational system
seems to go nowhere.
Though we are aware about the progressive minds of Indian
students all over the world, we tend to overlook the fact that most of them find abode abroad in USA or Australia.
Indian education is full of innumerable pages of obsolete,
outdated theory with no innovation or any practical work.
All this results in an all Indian comprising of bored students who consider studies as an interminable disease and
teachers who are victims of disinterest. This also increases suicides among students.

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