Education has an Impact on the Success of Individuals

By on June 20, 2019

Education is gaining knowledge and understanding of how everything works, in the world. It involves teaching, learning, and knowledge. Education means helping and supporting people in thinking and whatever they learn. It is important for trainers to teach. Education can help the society, country and the world in gaining knowledge and is passed on to generations. It also assists every person from classes. Educated persons can do things others cannot. To test the knowledge or the IQ of students, institutions conduct exams.

Exams in India will be held both online & Offline. Few of the online exams are NEET 2020, JEE Main, CAT, MAT, etc. Based on the scores the students are promoted to the next level. Moreover, there are many competitive exams students take up and other entrance exams to get admission into good universities.

Importance of Education

Education is the most important for survival. It plays a major role on our daily activities. It is a major factor which influences the people of the world. To understand wrong practices and principles, education is a must. It teaches us ethics, helps us with the analysis of making decisions of life, how to survive in this world and also contributes to our success.

Early education plays a great role in everyone’s life. It is mainly important to defend ourselves and our country. Education helps us understand what is right and what is wrong. It removes the differences in our society and helps people understand that religions, castes, etc do not matter and all that matters is equality.

Kinds of Education

  • Formal education: It is divided into three stages as preschool, primary school, secondary school and then college and university.
  • Non formal education: includes adult basic education or school equivalency preparation. They learn other basic skills and job skills too.
  • Informal education: It is less organized. It can be as simple as a parent teaching their child how to eat or cycle etc. Whatever we learn throughout our lives is informal education.
  • Unschooling: When children learn something on their own by playing games, on websites or reading it is termed as unschooling.

Our Education System

In India, our education system is provided by public schools, which is controlled by three levels that is central, state and local and private schools. Few articles of the Indian constitution states that free and compulsory education is provided to children between the age groups of 6-14. There is a great progress in the attainment rate of primary education in India. In 2011, 75% of India’s population aged between 7 to 10 was illiterate. The increased rate of literacy has contributed to the economic development. Secondary education to most of the students has also increased since 2013. Age groups of 6-14 are receiving education from government-run schools in the form of private school system.


As mentioned above, exams are conducted to check the knowledge or IQ, students possess. There are three streams one can choose after 10th grade that is science, commerce and arts and science is comparatively more difficult. The main reason students choose science is to study medical or engineering after their 12th grade. Medical has many branches and there is an exam after 12th grade that one has to clear to get admission into good universities for medical and dental which is NEET- National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test and is now conducted by NTA. These exams are conducted once in every year, usually in May. NEET 2020 exam is expected to be online. There is an increase in the importance of online exams.

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