Private or Government Schools and Colleges – Engineering

By | November 28, 2017

 

The base of any country which is an upcoming superpower like India should be honorably solid. Private or Government Schools and CollegesOne of the few focus areas in India is the education for everyone. Education reduces the illiteracy rate in the country. The Government is taking many steps to achieve that goal, for example, mandatory free education for everyone until the age of 14 years, etc. But, the genuine issue may not lie with the topic of access to education, rather with the quality of education being provided.In India, there are two types of schools and colleges, namely, public and private owned. When comparing these two, though there are top colleges which are established by the government, the number of private and public, private schools/colleges are in fact making an estimable mark with regards to quality of education. Their accessibility is a more prominent number of individuals and is ordinarily doing it for nothing or for expenses that are truly within the range of everybody.

 

Universities like Amity University, Jain University, Christ University and so on are competing with top colleges by the government and are exploring more opportunity like IIT JEE exam. Even Amity University has Amity JEE 2018 for selecting students for their technical courses offered by them. These exams have very similar procedure and structure like the other nationalised counterparts. Students who have applied for JEE 2018 and will get JEE Main 2018 admit card to let them attend the exam. These private universities are also adopting standardised exams for their universities as well.

 

The government colleges are doing a commendable job with their aim of providing education to a lot of people. They are of incredible help for individuals in urban ranges for whom it is difficult to get youngsters to the more costly, private and government-supported schools in the country regions. But, again, the quality of education provided to them is not very effective and skill based as their focus seems to be only on providing education,] and not employment. This kind of system produces many graduates who are not skilled according to their qualification and hike up the educated and unemployed citizens of our country.

 

Furthermore, these schools observe the wards dropping out a couple of years in the wake of beginning with their training. Maybe a noteworthy explanation behind is this massive number of unemployed youth statistics, particularly in the rustic ranges. All things considered, for what reason would anybody need to be a postgraduate and after that sit at home without a vocation? This shows the importance of quality education when you have a postgraduate in a particular course and still don’t land up an average employment. This shows the problem with low-quality education.

 

Both the types of institutions have its advantages and disadvantages. But, the government with right implementation and reformation can establish school/college for all with the quality aspect as well, the money spent by government for low quality of education will lead to increase in unemployment due to the ability of the undergraduates being not able to compete in the global market indirectly affecting the economy of the country. Examples of ineffective of low quality can be seen when out of 8 Lakh engineers in our country only 2 Lakhs of them grabbed the opportunity of employment rest of them are either unemployed or underemployed. This example highlights the quality vs quantity education and problems with private and public college.

Contributor : getmyuni