About child education:
Child education aims to develop basic life skills in children to lay a foundation of lifelong learning and success. It consists of varied activities to aid in the cognitive and social development of children. Education is a weapon to improve our life. It is a tool to change everyone’s life. Education is continuous learning till death.
How it is important?
Education builds the spirit of teamwork and creates a sense of discipline in children, which helps in their growth as well as the growth and development of the nation in their future. Education acquired during childhood teaches and moulds a child in their communication and helps them to work as a team . Education gives the ability to read and write. Education only makes the people literate. Education is a important thing for employment. It gives great opportunity to decent living. This is due to the skills of a high paying job that Education provides. Uneducated people can have the problem to get enter into an job. Better Communication is yet another role in Education. Education makes an person to use the technology better. Without education it can be difficult to handle the modern machines.
“By education I mean an all-round drawing out of the best in the child and man; body, mind and spirit”.Mahatma Gandhi
Consequences of lack of education:
If the individual is in lack of education he will leads to knowledge Poverty , without education he will be an Unemployment , without knowledge he can fall into Drug abuse , he did not learn any skills it will move to do Criminal activities , without an employment he will Dependent anyone for everything such as parents etc.
Solution to overcome this ,
Better educational infrastructure. Financial support for poor families. Raise awareness on the importance of education. More tolerance regarding education. Increase in quality regarding social security.
Child education in India:
India is the second most populous country of the world where children constitute about 39% of the population of the country and, since children are the future of the country hence, their education is of primary importance for any every nation.In order to ensure child education in India, the Constitution has laid down certain provisions –
Education of Minorities- Article 30 of the Indian Constitution relates to certain cultural and educational rights to establish and administer educational institutions. Education of Weaker sections- Article 15, 17, 46 safeguards the educational interests of the weaker sections of the Indian Community, that is, socially and educationally backward classes of citizens and scheduled castes and scheduled tribes.The Constitution (Eighty-sixth Amendment) Act, 2002 inserted Article 21(A) in the Constitution of India to provide free and compulsory education of all children in the age group of six to fourteen years as a Fundamental Right.
The government have to give the compulsory education to the child and elementary education and ensure the compulsory admission, attendance and ensure completion of elementary education by certificates also. It makes provisions for a non-admitted child to be admitted to an age-appropriate class.It prohibits physical punishment and mental harassment, screening procedures for admission of children, capitation fee, private tuition by teachers and running of schools without recognition.