Education and literacy are 2 sides of the same coin. While a literate person can read or write, an educated person can think for solutions in every situation. Education brings a permanent change in someone’s thinking and increases their capacity to do things. Many people believe that by doing a particular course or obtaining a particular qualification, they are educated. However, qualifications and courses do not always mean the person is educated. People can undertake courses without any significant permanent change.
“Education is not the learning of facts but the training of the mind to think”: Albert Einstein
Learning is both a process and an outcome. As a process, it is part of being and living in the world, part of the way our bodies work. As an outcome, it is a new understanding or appreciation of something.
To promote the education and learning abilities of people in India, National Education Day is observed. But the question is What marks National Education Day?
National Education Day is observed on November 11 to mark the birthday of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. He was the first Minister for Education in India. His contributions to the education sector and building institutions paved the way for the country’s modern system. He emphasised on elementary education and worked to secondary education in India. He was the driving force towards the eradication of illiteracy, especially for girls. Under his leadership, the first IIT was inaugurated in 1951. Abul Kalam truly believed in the potential of establishing IITs for the progression of research and technological advancement in India.
“No program of national education can be appropriate if it does not give full consideration to the education and advancement of one-half of the society that is the women.”: Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
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