So, do you think education is absolutely necessary in today's society? Is education a significant change in someone's life?
Education is the learning of learning and knowledge in a school that provides home knowledge from parents, family members, and even acquaintances. Education is the key that allows people to move up the world, seek better jobs, and succeed in life. Education is a factor that influences people's posts, advancing in their further career, their income, and their title. The more skilled the person is, the more prestige and power the person has.
Unfortunately, however, there are places in the world where not everyone has the opportunity or chance for formal education. India is one of the countries where illiterate populations have a large population. Almost 55% of the Indian population are illiterate. Partly because most of the country lives in villages and not in cities where education is more prevalent. Most of the people living in villages spend most of our time in plant growing and harvesting their land and do not consider it necessary to get acquainted with landing or household work. Girls living in villages marry young people, later occupying the family and doing housework. According to Indian belief, girls tend to marry early early and are advised to stay home and learn or work in the household instead. This is why many parents in India are worried that their daughter is not married as her education. I can give you an example in my own life. When I was in India, I wanted to learn more and have to fulfill my dream. Contrary to what society thinks, I would like to pursue my career in healthcare to serve my own community. Supporting my family, especially my grandfather, gave me the strength to keep my dream alive. I was 18 when we moved to the United States and the transition to a country that was different from cultural, academic and political point of view was not easy. I did not know what to do with my life when I came to the States. The transition was also difficult for my parents. The need to acquire a business, my concern about my brother's education and about me, and adapting to the new environment was certainly a challenge. Most of the Indian college was hard to start my college education. My dad's brother, a doctor, encouraged me to keep my dream in my life to start a career in medicine. I started teaching at the community college where I was fighting for most of my class in the first year as the education system was different than I usually do. I joined the dormitory club and other organization to learn more about medical care. I got my knowledge that I needed to pursue a medical career, but I've never seen how things are in the real world of medicine. I did my best to help you realize my dream. I am currently an emergency medical technician and I enjoy working in allied healthcare.
I think that education is the most important thing not only for success in life, but a well-educated population plays an important role in making a nation more successful and well-rounded. Getting formal education is vital, but in order to be successful in life, informal education is indispensable. English, history, math, science can be learned at school and can be "book-smart". Further, we can learn how to live a life by knowing what to say when we are in certain circumstances in a certain position and being "street-smart". It is possible that all "book" knowledge in the world is about a particular profession, but if you do not know how to behave with your colleagues and superiors, the knowledge of the "book" will not go too far. For example, if you know that you are a doctor, you know all the world of medical science, and you know much about health care, but if you do not have a bedside side and do not work closely with your patients, staff, and team as the essence of any "book" . Achieve success in life and reach a point of life where people respect you, which makes a difference because it is also evident in formal and informal education at that moment. Education is very important and nobody should be deprived of it.
"No one can leave security to the police and the army, much to national security depends on the education of citizens, their knowledge, the character and discipline, and the ability to effectively participate in security measures." – Kothari Committee
The well-educated population is a well-protected, well-developed, strong nation.