Garden of life: Role of Education in shaping today's youth


By

Mr. Sunil V. Chaudhary
Lecturer
SEMCOM College
Vallabh Vidyanagar
 


Education plays an important role in shaping our future. No matter it is criticized but it is still vital in our existence. Education is not only the theories, principles and concepts of subjects but more importantly it is the way to live life. It is not the memorization of theories but the understanding of the situation in proper perspective. Education is not the problem of scoring marks but it is the solution of human and worldly problems. A child deprived of education is just like a child deprived of mother. The efforts must be made to ensure quality education for children and youth of our country.

Education can definitely set you apart from others in terms of your knowledge, understanding and soft skills like communication and the manner of presenting yourself before others. But what we need in our education and society is the inculcation and practice of values and ethics. The future of any country belongs to its youth and the youth will have the challenge to free or overcome the problem of corruption and dishonesty faced by our country. We are in process of transformation from agrarian to industrialized economy. There will be lot of job opportunities in manufacturing and service sector. Indian economy with the development of financial market and huge consumer base also offers the opportunities for entrepreneurship. The future is bright for youth provided they imbibe proper skills with physical fitness and mental toughness. Youth needs to be mentally tough to face the challenges of life. Studies and examination are only the small part of bigger challenges to be faced in future. I will conclude with the message that it is one's education and attitude which determines one's altitude in life.
 


Mr. Sunil V. Chaudhary
Lecturer
SEMCOM College
Vallabh Vidyanagar
 

Source: E-mail June 16, 2010

          

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