I did a presentation recently on Education. Here it is.
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// Jul 24, 2009 at 11:07 am
Good to see this presentation. I had my school education from Springdales School, New Delhi. I would say it was an excellent experience. Now that I think of it, it might be amongst the best education that one can get anywhere in the world. One thing which was completely missing, however, was spiritual development of students and it was a totally no-no thing there. So majority of students were very successful career wise, but I’m not sure whether that schooling system churned out good human beings.
So the point is that there are some very good schools in every part of the country. One can learn a lot from them. But the spiritual aspect of life needs more stress in the education system.
// Jul 24, 2009 at 2:14 pm
Nice try! Keep up the good work and keep sharing in future too.
// Jul 24, 2009 at 4:04 pm
Please share with us anything related to education research and innovative ways of learning.
// Jul 25, 2009 at 3:45 am
I feel when it comes to India, people with money and power get too confused with the buzzwords that they believe their constituency or followers want to hear, to actually do anything of measurable impact.
Besides the fact that their main focus usually is to serve their constituency and followers using the “minimum possible effort required to keep the base” survival guideline.
Life experience in india is never total and always leaves expectations unfulfilled in an individual’s lifetime no matter how much money or power that person may have.
I have a very unorthodox belief that its not the lack of education that puts images of 19th century conflicts and misery right in front of your front yard or in the house but lack of “expectations of good life” due to years of suppression.
In America, consultants like me talk about how customer experience drives the marketplace but in India, customer’s expectations of life experience are very low.
India along with Africa is few of those regions where many people genuinely believe that any good coming their way is grace of god and life otherwise carries potential of great misery. Hence one should practice great self control and honor the good coming their way.
What Airtel did in india is truly remarkable but repeating that success is impossible in other areas like internet as indian government is on the alert!
// Jul 25, 2009 at 12:25 pm
You Tube for education alone….EduTube.
Why not inspire the retired renowned Teachers, Profs on topics. Then followed by text questions and answers again on Video.
// Feb 15, 2010 at 5:18 pm
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