IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION IN OUR LIFE:-
For Supporting the growth of the nation:
Highly educated people are helping the nations to develop by following the rules of the constitution and being a good citizen. Policy makers and officers are constantly working to create a better environment in the society. A nation will not be considered as a powerful nation if it doesn’t have good quality human resource. Youth is not just building their knowledge they are building our country better, educated entrepreneurs are generating employment and paying tax to build better infrastructure in the surroundings. Scientists are working constantly to create a better world. There are a lot of different social benefits of education and the developed nations are the witness of it.
Role of Education in the Economic growth:
The growth of the economy and development of a country is depending upon the education system of that particular country. A perfect and successful batch of youth of a country is come from education sector. Many foreign / abroad countries including India, China, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and many other developing moves started to welcome more international students. Twenty percent of Indian gets a fairly decent education, and in a nation of 1.2 billion, this is huge number and helps to explain why India has become the back office of the world. Government schools have failed in India, and this is why one-third of Indians children attend private schools. The Government has implicitly recognized its failure and requires that a fourth of the seats in all private schools be reserved for the poor, whose fees are subsidized by the Government.
Education provides us with knowledge about ourselves, the universe and other living creatures. This knowledge, in turn, helps us to know how we should correlate for greater purposes. When we understand the science of geology, for instance, what seemed before to be a dull, bland cliff face suddenly becomes a record of immense moments in the history of earth. Knowledge of biology brings the meadows to life with natural history and knowledge of architecture, history and literature turns every street corner or patch of ground into a site that is rich in meaning thanks to its associations with authors past and present, exciting innovations in architecture or historic battles or agreements
Earn a livelihood:
Education enables a boy or a girl to earn his or her living. It is true that employment does not depend upon intellectual attainments alone. It is also determined by the stage of economic development of a country. However, there are chances that an educated person will get a good job with income sufficient to earn him his livelihood. An educated person can easily meet the basic material needs of life.
Moral, spiritual and ethical values:
Educated people promote equality of opportunity. Any privilege, when based on merit alone, is bound to be more moral because it has to justify no unmerited privilege, advocate no ethical system which promotes class-feeling or social snobbery and defend nothing, which is unjust or ethically wrong. The aim of education, whatever the social system, must be not only to disseminate knowledge, but also to stimulate the questioning spirit.