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What are the challenges of education in India? How to get out of the trap of mugging? How to own knowledge? Know exclusively from the international MBA Guru, Charles Savage.
As ‘educated unemployment’ cloud the future of India, we need to delve deeper to find out that it is not just the economic slowdown or lack of openings, the problem lies within the youth whose individuality gets lost in the circus of rote learning. Judging a fish by its ability to climb a tree has been the order of the society for some time now. Students get dragged in the process of getting high scores that convert to hefty pay packages. No amount of curriculum changes, adoption of global best practices, deepening industry-university links, soft and so on can address the problem that lies at the core of the Indian education system – rote learning.
NYOOOZ’s Dost Coach Rajiv Khurana in Chai Pe Chit Chat with Charles Savage, international management guru lays bare the challenges of education in India and the world and how the potential of Indian students get marred by accepting old traditional practices of rote learning.
In this conversation, he emphasizes the importance of conceptual learning and how networking among students can help in coming out of the trap of mugging. He requests students to ask more questions until conceptual clarity is reached. Team participation he says is at the core of application of knowledge.
“It is important to own language and not just remember it” he concludes.
Catch the full interview only on Nyoooz and for more learning tips, watch this space!