Education is a very strong idea and should be taught to everyone. A large section of India’s children are still illiterate. There are a lot of reasons in our society which tells us about the lack of children education in our motherland India.
The first and the main reason is the poverty. Many families of all the major cities are still poor and cannot afford their two time food. For them, education is a luxury. It comes after many other responsibilities which they have in their life. Second major reason is that many parents who have even money are not educated. So they think education is not necessary and one cannot easily live a healthy and a good life without it. Today, we have very talented and educated experts from throughout the world who will discuss their experiences and expertise in this field. Taking care of our children is a very big responsibility. They are the future of our country. If they are polished and educated then India will be a responsible and a prosperous country. Children are like small trees. It depends on how much water and nutrients you provide them so they will be grown into a beautiful and mature person.
Now comes the major part of the funding. To establish schools and educational institutions, we all need money. We need a lot of money to invest in the education sector. A very specific budget is allocated each year for this purpose. Besides, a robust public sector education system, there are many Private organisations and firms all over the country which are funding money for this cause.
Another major problem that hinders literacy or child education is awareness. I would like to urge everyone that please educate and spread awareness on the importance of education for the children. More and more conferences like these should be held in every city of India so that more families know the importance of child education. Education today is like oxygen. I’m sure you all will agree that without education we are unable to do anything. Our communication and dealing with other people will be zero.
Ananda – edited.