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  • 1. •1,051,404,135 Citizens of India are in the age of 0-10yrs. •80% of all recognized schools at the elementary stage are government run or supported, making it the largest provider of education in the country. But still development is null. •60% of students after passing the primary schools, failed in higher classes, why so? •The National Family Health Survey – 3 indicated that 22 per cent girls and 10 percent boys, aged 6 and above, in slums have no education, compared with 14 percent of girls and 4 per cent of boys in non-slums • Primary education is free in India but not up to the level. •Last but not least “Students are literate but not educated..Personal Skills and decision taking capacity is very low in students after passing primary schools.”
  • 2.  College level Pre-education Camps.  Counselors and Psychiatrist in Schools  Day Boarding Schools  Vocational Trainings  Personal and Communication Skills along with Physical Education  Better Infrastructure and Medical Health Facilities  Improvement in Grading Systems
  • 3.  India’s largest population consists of youths which can come together to improve the education of rural areas.  Youths can devote their extra time in teaching activities.  Projects/ assignments should be added with extra marks of curricular activities.
  • 4. A MIRROR TOWRDS STUDENT: •Development Of Ideas, Imagination And Lots Of Queries Which Can Be Scientific, Realistic, Superstitious Having No Boundations Of Ground. •He Needs Someone To Listen What His Mind Has, All His Demands, Expectations And Aspirations. •Any Child Can Be Einstein, Newton, Wordsworth, Lincoln, Vivekananda. The Thing Is How We Let Them Bring Up Themselves. Do We Not Just Kill There Talents Before They Could Only Leave The Dormant Stage. PURPOSE: A STUDENT(SPECIALY WHENA LITTLE CHID) IS INA ROOTING STAGE AND HE NEEDS TENDER CARE AND AFFECTION SO THAT HE CAN GROW IN A BEST POSSIBLE STRENGTH. STUDENT H I S A S P I R A T I O N S H I S C O N D I T I O N CONNECTIVE LINK NEED CAN BE FULFILLED BY… PSYCHIATRISTCOUNCILLER • A school counseling program mission statement, a beliefs/vision statement, SMART Goals; Foundation •How school counseling core curriculum lessons, planning for every student, and individual and group counseling are delivered in direct and indirect services to students (80% of school counselor time); Delivery Sysytem •Calendars; use of data tool; use of time tool; administrator-school counselor agreement; advisory council; small group, school counseling core curriculum, and closing the gap action plans; and Management System
  • 5. Participation in Physical Activity by Young People  In a nationally representative survey, 77% of children aged 9–13 years reported participating in free-time physical activity during the previous 7 days.  In 2011, only 29% percent of high school students had participated in at least 60 minutes per day of physical activity on each of the 7 days before the survey.  Fourteen percent of high school students had not participated in 60 or more minutes of any kind of physical activity on any day during the 7 days before the survey.  Participation in physical activity declines as young people age. •Regular physical activity in childhood and adolescence improves strength and endurance, helps build healthy bones and muscles, helps control weight, reduces anxiety and stress, increases self-esteem, and may improve blood pressure and cholesterol levels. •The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends that young people aged 6–17 years participate in at least 60 minutes of physical activity daily. •In 2011, 29% of high school students surveyed had participated in at least 60 minutes per day of physical activity on all 7 days before the survey, and only 31% attended physical education class daily. Benefits of Regular Physical Activity •Regular physical activity— •Helps build and maintain healthy bones and muscles.1 •Helps reduce the risk of developing obesity and chronic diseases, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and colon cancer.1 •Reduces feelings of depression and anxiety and promotes psychological well-being.1 •May help improve students’ academic performance, including •Academic achievement and grades •Academic behavior, such as time on task •Factors that influence academic achievement, such as concentration and attentiveness in the classroom. Percentage of High School Students Participating in Physical Activity and Physical Education, by Sex, 2011 Type of Activity Females Males At least 60 minutes/day of physical activity a 18.5% 38.3% Attended physical education class daily b 27.2% 34.6% aAny kind of physical activity that increased heart rate and made them breathe hard some of the time for at least 60 minutes per day on each of the 7 days before the survey. b Attended physical education classes 5 days in an average week when they were in school.
  • 6. INSTEAD OF MAKING LOTS OF SMALL SMALL PRIMARY GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS, MONEY SHOULD BE INVESTED IN MAKING LESSER BUT VERY WELL DEVELOPED AND FACILATED DAY BOARDING SCHOOLS. The Benefits of Boarding Schools over Day Schools •Discipline and a sense of punctuality • students can also interact with the teachers approaching them easily as they are available on campus throughout the day. •Free of family problems where in rural areas children are made to work as labours on returning from schools. • sports provide confidence among children and also to help them be physical fit. •extracurricular activities that are designed to build team spirit and help in intellectual development. • fewer distractions to the children as they are kept well away from the life of the urban areas. •Summer programs include rigorous physical training programs and others such as fine arts and computer skills. A study carried out by The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS),an association of 300 boarding schools, validates the advantages of a boarding school education. Their study surveyed over 1,000 boarding school students and alumni and compared them to 1,100 public school students and 600 private day schools. The results suggest that boarding school students are better prepared for college than students at private day schools and public schools and that boarding school students also make faster progress in their careers. Academic results: The study conducted by The Association of Boarding Schools found that 54% of students at boarding schools currently report being highly satisfied with their academic experience, as compared to 42% of students who attend private day schools and 40% of students who attend public schools. Overall, students now at boarding schools gave higher ratings than students at other types of schools to their teachers, the academic challenges of their classes, and the motivation of their fellow students. GOVERNMENT IS ALREADY INVESTING LOT OF MONEY ON THINGS LIKE FREE CYCLES CLOTHINGS FOOD FOR CHILDREN CONSIDERING THIS THE BUDGET CAN BE BALANCED BY PROIVIDING THEM THESE FACILITIES IN DAY BOARDING SCHHOLS. HERE PROPER INVIGILATION WETHER ACTUALY THE THING ARE BEING USED UP BY CHILDREN OR BEING SOLD UP BY THERE PARENTS CAN BE KNOWN.
  • 7. DISADVANTAGES OF GRADE SYSTEM:  GRADE SYSTEM REDUCES THE INPUT OF A STUDENT TOWARDS HIS STUDIES.  GRADE SYSTEM AND THE CONCEPT OF EVERY STUDENT IS TO BE PASSED IN PRIMARY EDUCATION IS DAY BY DAY REDUCING THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION GAINED BY THE STUDENT.  THERE IS NO SENSE OF EDUCATION IF A PRIMARY SCHOOL PASSED STUDENT IS NOT ABLE TO CALCULATE SIMPLE ADDITION AND MULTIPICATION.  MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE AT BASIC LEVEL IS A PART OF LIFE AND IF SUCH GRADE SYSTEM IS ADAPTED STUDENTS ARE WITH NO CONCEPTS OF THE SUBJECTS.  WHEN THE STUDENT WHO HAS GONE THROUGH GRADE SYSTEM IN PRIMARY AND EVEN SECONDARY EDUCATION FACES THE BOARD EXAMINATION HE IS NOT USED TO STUDIES AND IS NOT ABLE TO COPE UP WITH THE SYLBUS WHICH LEADS TO FAILURE. AND THIS IS BASIC REASON STUDENTS ARE COMMITING SUICIDES.  BY REDUCING THE LEVEL OF EDUCATION IN PRIMARY LEVEL INDIRECTLY GOVERNMENT IS REDUCING THE STAMINA OF STUDENT TOWARDS STUDIES WHICH HE HAS TO EQUIVALENTLY FACE AFTER SCHOOLING IS COMPLETE.  STUDENTS ARE NOT SO EFFICIENT WHEN THEY NEED TO FACE THE OUTER WORLD.  60% OF STUDENTS WHO ARE PASSING IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS FOUND TO BE DULL IN HIGHER STANDARDS. Providing Free education is legible for asking good results. Free education should not be related to Free marks.
  • 8.  Vocational education focuses on practical applications of skills learned, and is generally unconcerned with theory or traditional academic skills. Students at vocational educational typically receive more hands-on, career-minded education than students at traditional schools. Individuals are given the opportunity to explore and identify potential career goals, and are provided with the resources needed to achieve them. Most vocational education recognizes the importance of general academic studies as well as career preparation, and offer fully accredited high school diplomas.  Individuals have the opportunity to gain the knowledge and experience necessary to become carpenters, electricians, machinists, painters, plumbers, or other professionals. Starting Of Vocational Education At Primary Level Would Allow The Students To Better Understand There Field Of Interest. On Point Of View Of Indian Economy Since Every Student Would Have Little Knowledge Of Working , Profession, He Will Be Able To Make His Earning By Various Sources. Citizens Of India Would Not Be Job Oriented Mainly By Companies Instead They Would Be Self Sustained For Their Food N Earnings. This Would Help The Government In Its Mission- No Indian Would Sleep Empty Stomach. Living Standard Would Automaticaly Be Enhanced As Children Of Today Are Future Of India, And Training In Primary Age Is Most Important.
  • 9. Interpersonal Skills are the skills we use when engaged in face-to-face communication with one or more other people. Communication is simply the act of transferring information from one place to another, whether this be vocally (using voice) written (using printed or digital media such as books, magazines, websites or emails) visually (using logos, maps, charts or graphs) or non-verbally (using body language, gestures and the tone and pitch of voice).  The ability to be able to communicate information accurately, clearly and as intended, is a vital life skill and something that should not be overlooked. Professionally, when applying for jobs or looking for a promotion with your current employer, you will almost certainly need to demonstrate good communication skills. For example, the abilities to speak appropriately with a wide variety of people whilst maintaining good eye contact, demonstrate a varied vocabulary and tailor your language to your audience, listen effectively, present your ideas appropriately, write clearly and concisely and work well in a group all require good communication skills. Many of these are essential skills that employers seek. As your career progresses, the importance of communication skills increases; the ability to speak, listen, question and write with clarity and conciseness are essential for most managers and leaders. Decision making is another area which can benefit from good communication skills as it often requires communicating complex information so that the most appropriate decision can be made.
  • 10. Good looking buildings, friendly environment Laboratories for proper learning and knowing the topics Sport complex for developing the physical education It fascinates the children towards school, developing a eco-friendly atmosphere and allowing parents to let their children study in such schools. However one-time investment is more.
  • 11. HEALTHY BODY IS THE MUST TO GET PROPER OUTPUT IN ANY FIELD. •EVERY PRIMARY SCHOOL SHOULD HAVE THE FACILITY OF ATLEAST 2DOCTORS AND 3NURSES. MEDICINES AND HEALTH CHEKUPS SHOULD BE PROVIDED FREE OF COST. IMPROVING HEALTH AND HYGIENE OF STUDENTS ESPECIALLY IN RURAL AREAS. •IT SHOULD BE REGULARLY CHECKED THAT DOCTORS ARE PROVIDING STUDENTS REGULAR AND PROPER EDUCATION REGARDING HYGIENE AND SANITATION. •SOME LESSONS ABOUT PERSONAL HEALTH HYGIENE AND SANITATION ALONG WITH GOOD PRACTICES SHOULD BE ADDED IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CIRRICULUM Need:
  • 12. In order to improve the level of primary education it can be concluded that initial step of youths by devoting their extra time in teaching activities, and also insisting the application of few concepts in primary schools like compulsory co-curricular activities physical development classes, healthy and beautiful campus in day boarding schools with facilities of a doctor, nurses, counselor, psychiatric.

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