Status of Education in Developing Countries, Developing Countries Education System

 

What is education?

Education is the process of obtaining knowledge from teachers through their teaching. This is the learning in school. This mainly involves activities such as providing knowledge by teachers in classrooms, presentation of study material by faculty members, practical training in workshops by instructors with the aim of training students in practical aspects of practical real-time situation, instilling them with the necessary technical skills needed to deal with Practical situation.

What is the need for education?

Education is a basic fundamental and important material needed for the development of any community. A person's education improves his social status, his mental status, his knowledge, and his ability to develop his skills to deal with the situation of practical lies. Education is the only weapon with someone who can kill ignorance and fight unconsciously. An educated person can understand things in a better way because he is a broad mind that he can see things differently. He has a broad thoughts he can understand all the faces of any problem and then he will be able to handle the situation in a better way.

The status of higher education in developed countries but if we talk about developing countries, the scene is right. Literacy rates in developing countries such as India are very low. Although sustainable efforts are carried out by the government to achieve a higher level of literacy but still the target is far to be achieved and will take years to achieve the target set by UNESCO and the governments of these countries.

But why so? Why is the literacy rate not in accordance with the desired sign despite sustainable efforts? What is the main obstacle that prevents the spread of education? The reason can be described as:
The lack of education and infrastructure facilities that prevent the level of literacy from achieving the desired sign, poverty in the large population segment that prevents parents from sending their children to school, gender inequality which means women are not given the same preferences as men who should not and practice caste Traditional which also plays a major role in preventing education from achieving educational light to reach all doors.

If people from developing countries can overcome this obstacle, the level of education will definitely rise in developing countries.

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