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 100% Literacy Is Not A Dream Its An Achievable Dream For The Youth 

Date of Publish - Thursday, 30th November 2017

"100% literacy is not a dream its an achievable dream for the youth "

Education today is one of those important topics which India as a country needs to deal with much seriousness as it is one of those things which can entirely revolutionize the image of India in the international scenario.Today our education is such that we have been paying immense attention to classroom teaching and have somewhere killed the curiosity of students to explore the possibilities outside, the real-life problems to which their education is a solution. Most of the students are confused with what to choose as a career and what not to, hence they end up in a mess. We are so much accustomed to bunking classes, copying assignments and cursing our respective professions that we have somewhere neglected the importance of education that we are receiving.Unlike the education system of some countries where practical education, projects, and field work are matters of prime importance, our country's system is an entirely different thing.Our moral values classes have never taught us moral values, our English classes have never improved our English vocabulary, our ethics classes visualized us what ethics are which itself is an irony.

Let's take a question and think for a while, Why are a large percent of the kids around us are not educated? why do we see a child washing dishes in a nearby tea stall? why do we see kids washing our cars at a crossing and we proudly moving inside those sedans whereas both the kids belong to the same age group? why do we just see, feel pity and get back ? are we not equally responsible for his misery? Where is our education that we got ? his father was poor and couldn't afford him a lot of things but we have no excuses to give.

The very obvious answer is yes, we are highly responsible for his misery because going out of our comfort zone is not a part of our curriculum does not mean we should not go out of it, our education has entitled us with certain responsibilities that we need to implement on the world at large. A simple statistics can make our idea very clear, if one student can give basic education to at least five kids then they will be no kid left uneducated it's not just basic education the youth can run an entire education system which can cover all villages and rural part of the country, where these situations are found most. It's not just basic education we are capable of giving education at all levels.

We very often see news on air where protests and conflicts happen over issues related to a movie, over politics, over religion but what benefit us these vague protests ? or elevating the standard of this country's education system. We never see protest to fight for those misery struck people, we want reservation more desperately than education.

We can make India the best place to be in and with the best standards, provided we just exploit this simple possibility around us.


Note about the article:-
The topic I have selected to write in this article deals with the reality of education system of India and how can the youth of this country revolutionize this entire system and bring about a significant change in the literacy level of the country and we can really grow into a nation which has 100% literacy.The article is named as " 100% literacy is not a dream its an achievable dream for the youth ".

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Author :
Shaikh Ehetesham - IMIA003


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