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The present education system of India is considered as the education system of the paratantra period. It is considered a gift of British rule. This system was born by Lord Macaulay. Due to this system, only clerks and babus with white callers are still being born today. Due to this education system, physical and spiritual development of students is not possible.

 Civilization, culture and education first emerged in India. In ancient times, the place of education used to be in the Gurukul of the forests far away from the cities and noise. These gurukuls were operated by sages and sages.

Some similar schools were Taksha Shila and Nalanda. Foreigners also used to come here to get education. Then came the medieval era when India had to suffer a long period of subordination. Arabic-Persian education spread in the Muslim era.

Need for a new education system: Our India became independent on August 15, 1947. The attention of our masters went towards the new education system as the British education system was not compatible with our education system. Gandhiji had said about education that education means the development of all physical, mental and moral powers in children. Several committees were formed to improve the education system.

A huge scheme was devised by the committee which could spread 50% education within three years. Secondary education was created. Efforts were made to solve the problem from the university itself. Later the Basic Education Committee was formed with the aim of promoting basic education in India. Basic education among children was made compulsory due to the recommendation of the All India Education Committee.

Establishment of Kothari Commission: To bring changes in the field of education, Kothari Commission was established. This commission recommended to implement the new scheme at the national level. Discussion of this plan was long lasting. This system was implemented in many states of the country. This system will lead to general education in class X for ten years.

In this, all the students will study the same subjects. In this course, two languages, mathematics, science and social will be studied on five subjects.  After the seventh examination, students will study on different subjects. If he wants, he can take science, take commerce, and even craft for industrial work.

We often see that people attend universities and colleges but they are not interested in studying. Such people create indiscipline and anarchy in the society. We will benefit from the new education policy that such students will remain till tenth and they will not be able to take admission in the college.

Students who qualify will be able to get admission in colleges. After completing tenth, students will be able to get employment by taking admission in diploma courses. But if we want to make the new education system successful, then diploma courses will have to be opened from place to place so that students do not run towards colleges after completing tenth standard.

Epilogue: This will reduce unemployment of educated people and respect for educated people in the society. This education system will lead to all-round development of the students and it will also be helpful for future building. The burden of making this system fully successful is on our teachers.

The government will have to pay attention that only qualified students become teachers because they will be able to give good education. It has been emphasized in the new education policy that only qualified teachers can enter the education world. It has also been emphasized that students should get maximum employment opportunities.

The present education system of India is based on the British model which was implemented in 1835 AD.

Given the rapid pace in which the social, political and economic landscape of India is changing, it is necessary that we take a deep look at the background, objectives, challenges and crises of the country's education system.

When the foundation of the current education system was laid in 1835, Lord Macaulay stated in clear terms that the purpose of English education is to play the role of middlemen for administration in India and to prepare the distinguished people of India for government work. .

As a result, even after using English education for a century, India's literacy in 1935 did not even surpass the ten percent figure.

This education system played an important role in keeping the upper classes separate in the rest of India's society. In British society until the twentieth century it was believed that educating children of the working class meant disqualifying them for their work in life. The British education system also adopted the same policy for the children of poor families.