Education, is one of the most important part of the life. In today time, when someone is not so well educated , then they face various problems like unemployment etc. But education removes all these obstacles. The education plays, vital role in the development of the soul knowledge. Making the habit of reading the books will assuredly remove those difficulties that makes one far from being educated. The moral values and ethical principles have their own value.
Education is an integral part of the student life
Education is an integral part of the student life and it is primary source to gain most of the knowledge that comes in the life of the student. Father of the India, Mahatma Gandhi stated that education is the foundation of the character in student’s life and thus it is like inherent quality that every student possesses with their wisdom and good quality.
The student life is like a learning
The student life is like a learning throughout the life ; it is guided by the established principles and moral values where education imparts both development of mind and soul. It is to be noteworthy that real education is not that gives the bookish knowledge, but the real education is one that imparts the self knowledge where the student acquires the honesty, truth and fruits of good action. In almost constitution of every country, education is compulsory for example in India, education is compulsory under article 21-A and this article explains that every child between 6 to 14 years of age should be given compulsory education.
Education system in the Indian culture
The said article is to boost the education system in the Indian culture. It is seen that there are many factors that creates obstacles to gain education, poverty, illiteracy, unemployent, poor economic infrastructure and low literacy rate are inclusive of this. The more educated students are, the more country will make development.
For the student life, the student passes through various phases and student life is filled with great creativity. Let us consider ethical issues and moral principles underlying in the education.
Education is based on moral values
Education is always and must be based on the ethical assets and it should be given in the form where development of the individual gains positive mindset. The moral values in education includes they should learn to be human being first and then else everything follows. Education reveals basic qualities and intelligence scores.
Must build the character
In every country they have their own way of imparting education. But the legends have always supported moral education. Eminent scientist like Albert Einstein on education said that education is that what one has forgotten what one has learned in the school. He also emphasized that imagination is greater than knowledge and it is most important factor. Swami Vivekananda said that when one is making study of his subjects like formula E=MC2, then student must build up the character personified.
Every student has their own talent
Every student has their own talent and they have birth right to get the education. The greater the intellect is, the more is the chances to gain better education. But about students who are average and have not so good intellect also have the same chances to be more intelligent. Education brings out every good quality of life. For every student, education is must and they ought to receive education in any circumstances. The better performance of student is seen in school when he has used his qualities to the education. The education system is also one of the factors where education will bring tremendous change in their (student) life.
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