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Future‌ ‌of‌ ‌the Indian‌ ‌School‌s

India has the world’s largest K12 market with 260 million children between the ages of 5 to 17 years enrolled in 1.5 million schools. However, this sector is plagued with issues like government over-regulation, under trained teachers and poor infrastructure. The country itself is growing rapidly and there will be a huge requirement for educated workers to fulfil the needs of industry over the next couple of decades. Additionally, the skill sets needed for tomorrow’s workforce will be very different from what was needed in the last century. The list of skills required for the 21 st century include capabilities like:


  • Productivity
  • Leadership
  • Technology literacy
  • Information literacy
  • Collaboration
  • Critical thinking
  • Creativity
  • Communication
  • More Parent – Teacher interaction
  • Social skills

This means that schools need to shift away from the old exam driven rote learning model which only developed memorization and compliance to enable their students to develop these much-needed skills. Some of the aspects that the Indian school needs to develop looking at the future are:

1. Provide personalised learning for each child
2. Integrate various subjects to provide a holistic view of the world
3. Make education interactive
4. Make full use of technology and innovations in lessons
5. Educating through real time examples
6. Assessments being done remotely 7. Making sports as regular part of curriculum.
8. Scaling up quality through constructive suggestions

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