Reform of the schooling system of CBSE

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The current education system of India is based on the system of schooling implemented in the British era where so called "discipline" occupied centrestage over creativity in children as obedient and obliging workers needed to be produced so as to supplement the industrial revolution in India. I Armaan Singh Ahluwalia take a stand against this system and present to you 2 annexures explaining and highlighting the problems in our education system as well as their solutions.

1. Demand to lessen the student to teacher ratio in Indian Schools :-

The average student to teacher ratio in Indian school is 45:1, this means that introvert and meek children who account for almost 20% of the entire schooling population can't set their career goals and life goals as no individual attention is paid towards them. The NCERT needs to hire more teachers for government schools and private schools need to do the same

2. Demand to reduce the Average age of teachers in schools

The average age of a teacher in any school in India is 42, this means that the age gap between a student and a teacher seriously hampers their communication with them and creates a severe generation gap, this means that children are often afraid to approach their respective teachers about everyday problems. The NCERT needs to hire younger teachers with good qualifications for government schools in India and private schools need to do the same.