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Mirror image Part - 8(in Hindi)
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Mirror image part-8

Richa Pandey is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Richa Pandey
Senior Faculty having student base of 15k+ experience in different organisations is of 5 yrs.I have taken seminar in RBI IDBI UCO

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Educational qualification question => Education is termed as a universal solution to many of the contemporary world problems. It has the potential to alter the very thinking of a person and lets them make informed decisions for themselves as well as for their surrounding environment. Education provides a base for ones character development and helps them to understand reasons for the situations of their surrounding. It enables them to analyse the various life scenarios in order to come up with a set of possible solutions that would have been impossible for non-well informed person. Education adds up to the skill sets of a legislator but it should be noted that EDUCATION and KNOWLEDGE shouldn’t be intermixed. ‘Knowledge is the only thing in this world that is both recyclable yet non-biodegradable’. EDUCATION CATALYSIS THE PROCESS OF ACQUIRING KNOWLEDGE. An educational degree doesn’t necessarily means that the person is more qualified to be a legislator than a person who doesn’t have a formal degree. One has to have a knowledge base that is well connected to the ground realities of the concerned areas for being a good legislator. It is often observed that highly educated people develop a sense of superiority-complex and loose the link with the roots. The job of the legislator mandates that the person should be a representative of the population who can make laws that will improve the ground realities. Moreover the conditions of the public educational system in our country is still lagging when compared to the world leading countries. School access in the remote parts of our country is a major issue. It is the responsibility of the state to provide access to public education institutes in order to provide a level playing field and opportunities to the economically weaker sections of our society. Right to Education Act 2009 is a relatively recent step to solve this problem thus it will take a while before it can percolate to the deepest corners of our society. Educational qualification if made necessary for contesting elections will hamper the institution of equal opportunity as promised to us by the constitution of our country. It will increase power in the hands of the elite of our society, further deteriorating the imbalance that is present in our country. The aims to incorporate educational qualification as a benchmark to check the eligibility of a legislator is valid in a society that has equal access to the educational institutions. In our case it will have more repercussions than benefits but we have to strive towards achieving this in the near future…. Please review the answer and share your feedbacks… Thank You :)
2 years ago
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