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India's Educational Dilemma in 21st Century

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 14 January 2013, 13:13 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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Bangalore: Education is a prime requirement to live a quality life. But it is also true that only a quality education can provide such a life. As one of the prime concerns being quality of education in schools, the countries around the world are focusing on improving on teaching science and mathematics to increase the employability rate of young people, as reported by Aaditi Issac for TNN.

Keeping this in mind, British Council in India has partnered with NCERT AND Unesco and organized a global policy dialogue in the Capital of the country. The event, ‘Science and Mathematics Education in Schools –The Way Forward,’ is directed towards discussions and interactions. It aims on improving learning environment in schools and assist young people to develop skills and knowledge in order to succeed in a 21st century globalised world.

Education sector experts, senior policy level officials and practitioners from various nations discussed and brain stormed upon the issues of broadening the scope of science and mathematics education, supporting the future learning of science and mathematics. It also focused on motivating and empowering young people to do well in science and mathematics.

Also Read: Indians Spend Rs 20 Lakh for School Education: Survey

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Reader's comments(2)
1: When is this event?
Posted by:Sonia - 27 Jan, 2013
2: The education system can do all it can, its the students who have to make exceptional efforts to make it to the top.
Posted by:Gia - 14 Jan, 2013