Obviously, several things in India need to change; and if there is one person who has the courage, dedication and vision to put our country on the path to greatness, my hope is that that person is you. The entire country seems to be galvanized by the speed at which you seem to want to turn around age old practices of sycophancy and corruption, and create an bustling economy with your ten-point agenda that focuses on education, health, water, transparent governance, energy and infrastructure. However, we were disappointed when we noticed nothing about women's safety issues -- unless you count health and education as closely related issues.
April 13,9: Bharat is at risk. Will the Bharatiya people connect with rewarding vocations, live a fuller life and promote harmony and peace; for themselves, their families, mohallas, cities or societies at large, or will they continue to fight for doles, subsidies, concessions; all in the name of caste, religion or region?
Will they be empowered enough to not only address their own mundane and sublime challenges or will we be slung into a state of absolute chaos and anarchy? Is our generation creating opportunities of empowerment for all or are we readying a recipe for disaster?
Are we headed for highly dissatisfied, discontented, fragmented collection of nation states or sub states, negating the very idea of Bharat? Will Bharat as a nation survive, subsist or thrive?
The quality of our schools, college and universities will determine and define our future. ASER [Annual Status of Education Report], an annual survey has reported on the status of education in general and learning outcomes in elementary schools.
Following are the excerpts from the report; Private school enrollment in grew to; Manipur The low achievement grades in state schools and the consequent rising enrolments in the private schools amply demonstrate that the aspirational Bharat does not trust the state schools.
The credibility of the state as provider of school education stands seriously eroded. Seventy years after independence, government is still struggling with the fundamentals of reading, writing and basic arithmetic. Not to speak of 21st century skills!
The educational policy and its implementation has been rather tardy. The task of educating nearly million young people is becoming only more daunting, yet very critical and immediate. The catalytic, developmental and regulatory role of the government also appears seriously flawed. The growth of enrolments in the private schools presents a new challenge now.
Given the present situation, we seriously run the risk of the left inspired, control-savvy politicians and bureaucrats destroying the private schools in the same way that they destroyed public education and in turn put the whole nation at risk.
In these times of internet, supported by abundant data and information, we should allow the collective wisdom of parents and the local communities to chose their schools without any restrictions.
They will punish the under-performing schools by rejecting them and shifting their wards out of such schools. While the delinquent schools need to be censored, the performing schools should be given more autonomy and freedom to innovate and re-invent the future of education and schooling.
Allow fresh ideas to germinate.
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Let the collective wisdom of society prevail. Let there be minimal controls. Small countries like Finland and Korea, now at the top of educational quality tables globally, have demonstrated that Autonomy with Accountability will work in all situations — private or state schools.
It is time that governments actively encouraged and supported public — private partnerships in improving standards and quality of school education with the final objective of improving the learning outcomes for students.
I write this to you on behalf of millions of teachers and families and seek your support and guidance in chartering the course for Bharat as an emerging knowledge society.I can’t believe that the strong Prime Minister of India can take away the job of a journalist.
Then people say that it is a matter of few days only, your arrangement has been done. If at all, it happens, it is a privilege for me, but don’t let it happen.
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Jun 06, · An Open Letter to Prime Minister Modi on the Issue of Women's Safety in India Heartiest congratulations on your recent election and historic win; a phenomenon that reaffirmed our democratic beliefs!