The Essentials of Education – The Basics

A Brief Look At Indian Education It’s likely that one of the biggest education system across the world is the Indian education system. As a matter of fact, higher education system of this country ranked 3rd in the world following US and China. Not only that, it’s also expected to US behind in more or less 5 years and China in the next 20 years. There are also statistics saying that the college age group population of the country keeps on increasing, which is of course great news for the education system of India. On the other hand, as good as the future prospects look forward to the Indian education system, its education has rich history too. And we are going to learn more of that history in the later parts of this content. Their system of education has begun in South Asia with teaching various traditional educational elements similar to Indian religions, Indian logic and Indian mathematics. There can be other things as well that were taught of throughout the period but these 3 seem to be the more common. It’s in Taxila were they built their learning centers that is now part of modern-day Pakistan as well as Nalanda, which is still part of India. But after the English have invaded India, things changed rapidly. And it’s this moment when the western education was introduced.
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The education in India was under the supervision of a guru or in a modern sense, an instructor or teacher. Back then on the other hand, the education was attained by learning things that will help one to achieve Moksha or liberation.
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And soon after, the education system of the country witnessed tons of changes, which include the emergence of caste-wide education. As for the Brahmans, they’re made to learn about scriptures and religion while the Kshatriya would have to learn warfare activities, the Vaihyas were taught of commerce activities and mathematics and the Shudras believed to be of lowest caste and were denied to have an education. In addition to that, the way the education is provided to students used to be so different than what it is today. Before, students were obligated to stay at ashrams, which is oftentimes far away from home. Apart from that, they are made to follow strict regulations that were implemented by their teachers. As the population of India starts on growing at massive rate after Gupta empire period, so do the learning centers being built in cities like Nalanda and Varanasi. Obviously, this caused countless of alterations in the education system but still, religion plays an integral factor in the education system of India.