Today we will read Speech on Indian Education System. By the way, there is a lot of discussion on the Indian education system these days, because efforts are being made by our Union Education Minister and the government to make our education system better and more world-class. Efforts are being made to make our education system such that students can learn from basic education and things to modern things, but still we have a long way to go. That is why on the occasions of need, you can also express your views by giving a speech on this subject of the Indian education system.
Long and Short Speech on Indian Education System
Speech on Indian Education System – 1
Ladies and gentlemen, a warm welcome to all of you in today’s program.
As you all know that today we have gathered here to discuss the Indian education system, along with this we also need to look into why so many students are going abroad to study. We all know this thing that the modern education system is not made of our own, but it is based on the western education system. If we examine it more deeply, then it is known that the arrival of modern Indian education system was done by the Christian missionaries who came with the British in India. These Christian missionaries established many types of schools and along with promoting secular activities, the inclination of Indians towards Christianity increased.
If we look at the ancient education system of India, then we find that it was based on the Gurukul education system, the foundation of which was based on the direct relationship of the Guru whom we know today as the teacher and the disciple or student. Under such an education system, one had to acquire knowledge of Vedic literature along with leading a firm and disciplined life. This education system was mostly devoted to the acquisition of philosophy, theology and linguistics. We can say that it was such an inclusive education system, which emphasized everything from spirituality and philosophy to war and healthy lifestyle with good morals.
However, this education system was divided on the basis of Varna system and both women and Shudras were deprived of education system and knowledge of vocational subjects. After this we see that the madrassa education system emerged in medieval India and it established its dominance during this time period. Most of the schools, such as madrasas and pathshalas, were run under the supervision of the Maulvi who taught the Muslim students and the Brahmins who taught the Hindu students respectively.
There was not much seriousness in the thinking of the people towards education during that period. Because primarily these systems of education were based on their traditional view of the Hindu and Muslim communities and laid more emphasis on philosophical and religious education than on secular education.
But we should also not forget that only after the 17th century, secular education became popular among the people in Western Europe by becoming a center of great inspiration and after that scientific knowledge came in front of the people in the 19th century.
Whatever be the case but still the present Indian education system is not impenetrable and it has failed to provide adequate opportunities and employment to the youth. Our education system is still limited only to classroom teaching and there is not enough equipment and resources for practical experience of the students, due to which they have to face a lot of obstacles for their livelihood and employment when they complete their education. . In today’s time, we need to examine our education system, so that in view of today’s era, students can be prepared, so that they can earn money by getting the right education and there is no burden on their family. Become. That’s all I wanted to say to all of you.
Thank you all for giving your valuable time!
Speech on Indian Education System – 2
First of all thank you all so much for visiting here
I am Aditya Khare, host of you all in today’s program, before I start my speech about the Indian education system, all of you are our special guest of today Mr. Welcome with loud applause to come here in the program.
Ladies and Gentlemen, perhaps some of you may not know that our special guest Mr……. is the Chairman of the Department of Education, University of Delhi. I do not have enough words to praise his achievements in the field of education. But still let me tell you that by removing the defects and shortcomings of the Indian education system, every effort is being made to improve it. So that this door of education can be opened to all the youth and they can become more talented by getting the limitless store of this education.
Today we have not come here to praise our Indian education system but to discuss the fact that even today it is far behind in terms of becoming one of the best education system in the world. So let’s start the discussion about the topic of our education system today, so that we can overcome these challenges and obstacles and our students get maximum benefits at national and international level.
I believe that the present education system has failed to meet the expectations of the students, because even after completing their education, they are not getting employment. Therefore we can say that the education given to our students is not directly related to the employment opportunities available in the outside world. Due to which the students are unable to cope with this situation and get frustrated. However, for some time now this issue has been taken seriously by both the central and state governments and every effort is being made to bridge this gap between education and employment.
Our development in the field of education has been very disappointing. We can guess this from the fact that only 3.85 percent of our GDP is spent by the government in the field of education, apart from this, lakhs of students do not even get the opportunity to go to school, although still in the last few years. There has been an improvement in this subject over the years. After independence, it was believed that there is a need for a complete change in the education system of India, but in the present time it needs fast changing educational techniques and technology.
As seen earlier, there is no synergy between the education given in our classrooms and the employment opportunities of the outside world. Special attention is being paid by the experts in this subject to the curriculum and structure of the Indian education system, so that it can be adapted to the changing needs of the people with the passage of time. As a result of which better employment prospects will be generated and we will also be successful in overcoming the problem of ‘talent-migration’ of our country. By which both national and personal interests of the students can be fulfilled simultaneously.
We should understand that the future of our nation depends on our youth, if they become empowered then no one will be able to stop our country from progressing and touching new heights at the global level. In the end, I would request my respected Chief Guest to come on stage and say a few words on this subject.
Hello friends, a warm welcome to all of you in the 51st annual academic conference of our institute.
Never before have I felt so happy as today on the completion of 50 annual conferences of our institute. This is a clear sign of the growth of this institute of ours, because over the years we have always tried to continuously improve the education and equip the students with knowledge and skills in a better way.
This time this conference is going to be a little different, because this time we are going to discuss the Indian education system, which is a matter of concern for every person. It is a matter of disappointment that our Indian education system is based on rote learning, in which students are buried under the burden of books, so that they can get good marks and get a good job in a good company.
But I would like to ask you how this can prove to be a proper criterion for decision making, because the numbers of the mark-sheets alone do not reflect everything. We also need to evaluate a student on the basis of creative potential and other level of aptitude. For example a student may be good at maths, another student may be inclined towards art and may want to become a painter.
The biggest mistake we make is when we start comparing two people who are born with different abilities and skills. Evaluating a student only on the basis of preconceived ideas such as whether he/she is good in maths or science or good in English and not on the basis of his/her interest which may be cricket, playing football or table tennis or singing or dancing etc. Could be too. We need to stop the tendency to impose any subject on any student. Along with this, we need to increase the talent of the students and for this we have to provide them with a good environment, only then we will be able to make our country proud at the world level.
Apart from utilizing the talent of our country, it is also very important to provide education to every caste, class, gender of the society. If every citizen of our country is educated, then he will be able to know the secrets and miracles of the world. In this way the people of our society will be successful in freeing themselves from the shackles of superstition, apprehensions and the root of every evil spread in the society i.e. negativity. It is very important to educate every section of the society, because by this their thinking ability and intellectual level will be sharpened, so that they will be able to know the true reason behind everything and not fall prey to the misconceptions and false promises of the ruling class. Won’t come In short, it will make them cultured and civilized as well as it will also make them a good citizen of a proud nation.
Now I would urge my listeners to freely express their views and concerns on this subject to us. Thank you all for listening so patiently to these words of mine!
Wishing you all a very happy day, I hope you have a good day today.
Welcome all of you to today’s speech ceremony. The topic of today’s speech is Indian education system. I am Sakshi Kalra hosting you all on this program on today’s occasion and I hope everyone has something to say on this topic today, because we are all part of this education system. This subject has both negative and positive aspects. The importance of education can never be underestimated, if in the words of Lord Brougham, “Education makes people’s leadership easy, but makes them difficult to compel, makes their rule easy but makes them impossible to enslave.” This statement is true because without education man becomes an animal.
Have you ever seen a flock of sheep? how they are grazed and taken care of. In the same way, without education, a man also becomes like a flock of sheep, which can be kept as he pleases. Education is very necessary for a civilized human being, as it gives him the power to reason. Without which he would remain as a mere animal. Do you know how the word education means “education” originated? The word is derived from a Latin word which means “to pull out” so real education means to bring out the mental knowledge within us, respect it and understand its importance which is very important for our meaningful existence.
However, there is some flaw in our education system, so let’s know together what kind of changes are needed in it. From the very beginning, there have been many shortcomings and inconsistencies in our education system and till this time we have not been able to remove these discrepancies and errors from our education system. In fact, once Rabindranath Tagore wrote a long article about the Indian education system, in which he discussed the need for its reforms. Very few changes have taken place in this education system of ours since the colonial period.
By the way, IITs and IIMs, law schools and many other excellent educational institutions are running in our country, where students get 90 percent marks. To get admission in good institutes and colleges like these, sometimes even 90 percent marks fall short and students are not able to get admission in the institutes of their choice.
Unfortunately rote learning or rote learning is still present in our education system where students study only to clear exams like AIIMS, IIT JEE or CELAT. This education system was created by the British, whose purpose was only to prepare civil servants and clerks, whose structure is still the same. In which students prepare to take admission in bank examination, administrative service, clerk or any good engineering or medical college. We have good centers of education, schools and colleges, but their number is much less than the number of thousands of mediocre unaffiliated educational institutions, which consider education to be a money-making business and are ruining the lives of countless students.
There is a need to take concrete steps to improve the level of education system in the country. So that the student can fully enjoy this journey of education and do not consider it a burden.
Thank you all listeners for giving your valuable time!