Reading and learning is the key to open up your mind towards new world. Coming to higher education, it is the foundation of economic development and it invites the best and brightest future for any individual. As per recent research higher education is tremendously important for any developing country. Higher education is extremely valuable not only for an individual's career and finance but also for the economic condition of the country.
In a developing country like India, only sixty percent of people take graduation as an important part of career and the rest forty percent takes it just for the sake of graduate certificate. The education we gain today will have a decisive influence fifteen year from now. Let's talk about the scope of education in India. In India, people are much more intelligent than people of any other country.
Education in India can be divided into spiritual, social and vocational. Spiritual education includes personality development; society is a part of social education and vocational education consist of technical education with fields like agriculture, medicine, commerce and engineering. There is a dire need of combining convectional education with technical education. The scope of education in urban areas is much more than in rural areas.
Technical education is a part of education related to gaining of knowledge and skills required in manufacturing and service industries. Technical education can be divided into two streams- formal and informal. Formal sources of technical education include vocationalisation of secondary education by the ministry of HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT and industrial training industries. Whereas, informal sources include self learning and private institutes who provide short term technical courses. There is no good institutes and faculty for technical education in India which in a big challenge for the growth of technical education. To overcome this issue, new and advance technology should be used and new institutes must be set up. Only twenty percent of students are interested in technical education.
Distance education is a convenient option for a privileged section of society or working class student. This mode of education has helped around millions of students as it is flexible and economical. Distance education has an enormous scope in a developing country like India. What is distance education? Well, it is a mode of delivering education to a student who is physically not present in a classroom. It only requires a physical on-site presence via the web or any other network technology. Talking about the Pons and Cons of D-learning, Pons includes saving of time, both for learners and teachers, it delivers knowledge to students who cannot pursue education because of physical presence. Not only this, there is no maximum age limit to D-learning. Cons of D-learning counts, lack of social interaction, format of D-learning is not ideal for all students.
Entrepreneurship education is just like general business courses in India. Entrepreneurs create jobs, sets stage for flourishing economy. It helps in avoidance of monopolies and cartels. The B-schools are the most appropriate place for management graduates for entrepreneurship.
For higher education, metro-political cities in India have institution of excellence which delivers courses and education as per student's choice and interests so that every individual get a perfect field for graduation and work. The country now has the latest technology and courses for learner's convenience.
India has a good and strong education heritage. Institutes and schools provide good knowledge on the subject taught. Students coming from small towns can also avail a quality education of the cities as many institutes provide hostel facilities or accommodation for these students. India may not have the best scope of education but we can say it has one of the best system and scope of education.