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Indian Education System 2018 by Dhruv Rathee [No Detention policy]


Greetings Friends, Today I’m going to talk about an important topic on which depends the future of our country. On which depends the future of the education system of our country and the children of our country. This policy is “No detention policy” That means no student can fail until the 8th std of schooling. This policy was into effect so far, but now the Government is thinking to take it out. I would like to tell you why this is going to make our education system worse from the bad and what can you to do to take an action for changing this. First, I will tell you the history of this policy. This policy was introduced in the year 2009 under Right to Education act. This was told that every child upto the age of 14 should have access to educational rights under Right to education. Hence this was decided that the system of Pass/Fail will be discontinued till 8th standard and the concept of CCE was introduced. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), here an all round evaluation of a child is done throughout the year, so the pressure of failing the exam is reduced. This policy was inspired by the developed countries and the purpose of this policy was to reduce the stress of exams from the students and also to reduce the dropout rates due to failure thereby providing education to the maximum students. The thought you must be having about this policy is that if a child has no pressure of exams till 8th standard then he might neglect the studies and finally in 10th or 12th standard during exams he will not have much experience leading to bad performance. Exactly the same thought came to my mind when I heard about this policy that if a child won’t appear for any exams till 8th standard then he will neglect his studies. But Friends, the data reflects a different story, infact a very opposite one. In 2009, the passing percentage of CBSE schools was 88% prior to NDP and in 2012 after 3 years of this policy the passing percentage has increased and reached 98% So students passing out in 2012 had two years of No detention policy experience before their 8th standard. We got to see here that after the No detention policy the passing percentage is increasing. also, the dropout rates in CBSE schools of the students between standard 1st-5th was reduced from 9% in 2009 to 65% in 2012 due to this policy. So, these two data shows that the students’ future performance is improved if they have no pressure of Pass/ Fail and helps them to stay interested in school. The reason behind this is that if a child since standard 1st to 8th is thinking about Pass/ fail then he is influenced towards rote learning because cracking an exam somewhere leads to rote learning whereas when a student’s focus is not on exams he tends to develop reasoning abilities and understanding concepts is his major focus. hence I feel that No Detention policy brings a positive effect. Data also shows us that chances of school dropouts increases among the students who have failed even once. as they get demotivated and stops studying. In the National family Health survey of 2005, the top 5 reasons for students dropouts one major reason was “repeated failures” where children gets demotivated due to failing again and again in the classroom and drops out of the school. here the number one reason was students’ disinterest in studies. Normally I do not like when people divide on the basis of caste and religion and classify them based on different criteria. but in such issues looking at the caste based data is very valuable to see the development of all the religions in the country. so, if we divide the school drop outs rate based on gender, caste and religion Then, religion wise the dropout rates is highest among the Muslims castewise it’s highest among the scheduled Tribe at 16.55% followed by schedule caste and OBC General Category is the lowest with only 11% school drop out rates. Between Girls and boys, The school drop out rates is highest among girls. So, the purpose behind these statistics is that if NDP is discontinued these castes, religion and gender will be highly affected. Hence the differences prevailing in out societies based on castes and religions will keep on increasing. Another reason why No Detention Policy shouldn’t be discontinued is the financial and economical loss incurred upon the country due to detentions. You can imagine this by understanding that if a child studies till 5th standard and drops out in the class 6th so the investment in his education upto 5th standard whether by the school, Government or by his own parents goes wasted. Such a money is of no use, the child couldn’t be educated and a non educated individual is a loss for the country as a burden. Such a financial loss is incurred to a country when a child is asked to repeat a class. According to 2010, UNESCO data, every additional year of schooling increases an individual’s earning by 10% and brings a change of 0.37% on the annual GDP of the country. One more important reason I can give here Friends is as a society we have reached a tipping point related to exam pressure. This issue has been covered in the movies as well like 3 Idiots where exam pressure leads to suicide. infact according to data, every one hour, one child suicides in our country. There are some cases related to exams in our country which we have never dreamt of. A 12th standard student of Ryan school killed a 7 years old child to postpone his exams. 4 school girls died after jumping in a well when they failed a monthly exam. This is the situation of our school’s education system in the country. So, friends Government is going to table the bill in the Parliament to remove No detention Policy next month, i.e. March, 2018 we can stop this and stop the bill in the parliament by signing the petition I have shared in the description and in the top comment and save the future of our country and our children. and share this petition and video with maximum number of people so that every helps to save our education system. We shall meet in the next video. Thank you.

41 Replies to “Indian Education System 2018 by Dhruv Rathee [No Detention policy]”

  • Please sign this petition and share it 🙂 
    Link: https://www.change.org/p/1-mr-prakash-javadekar-union-cabinet-minister-ministry-of-human-resource-development-goi-save-our-children-from-being-failed-pushed-out-withdraw-scrapping-no-detention-policy

  • 4:52 Girls me dropout rate high kaise hai? Meri class ki sari girls mujhse zyada padhai karti thi and better number laati thi.
    Every boy knows the fear of competition from a girl student. 🙄

  • Exam pressure and depression as a result thereof is not only because of our education system. It is mainly because of how parents deal with their children.

  • Kuch nhi ho sakta iss desh ka future 👎 ab to agale 4-5 yr desh aur piche jayega education me logo ko andhbhkti rashtrawaad goraksha, andhshradhha ye sab sikhaya jayega

  • I follow you and a big fan of you but l think government is right about that because quality of education is getting low and low

  • Bhai ye 6:40 wala incident exam postpone krane ke liye thodi na tha…
    Jo guilty tha vo drugs leta tha aur jbb usne uss 11 years k ladke ko lene ko kaha.. batroom me to usne mana kiya.. iss darr se ki kahin ye bachha bahar jaaake teachers ko na btaa de isliye maar diya tha use.

  • Bro. first time I m totally disagree with you… I don't know about your data but I know the ground reality.. now student upto 5th standard even don't try to learn anything because they know there will be no exam and no failer.. I have seen the condition of 9th class teacher.. how teacher are struggling to teach them basic …

  • I disagree with you sir paheli bat apne Jo data bataya wo CBSE ka hai rajya board ke schools ke bachho ka hal dekhiye unme se kitne hi bachho ko simple math ka multiply bhi nahi aata aisa hal hai .aur uper se cg state me aisa hai ki agar bachcha fail bhi jata hai to usko aur paper dilane ka mouka milta hai agar isme bhi fail ho jaye to fir se mouka milta hai matlab kaise bhi karke bachcha pas ho jaye aise me kaise ye no detention policy education se star ko sudhar kar sakega

  • Mujhe to lagta hai isk policy ka matlab hi kuch na raha hoga ….jab ye no detention tha schools to apane exams lagalete the phir agar bacha fail to pbir same padahi
    ..aur uspolicy ka kuch fayada hi nahi

  • Sorry,bt this time I disagree figures kuch v ho..bt detention policy htana zyada better h….ye bachho ko padha likha gawar bna deti h…unme skill develop nhi ho pati

  • Indian education is worst …….worst. …and only worst ……. Agar sociality hi nahi rahe students me to 100•|• marks lake kya 🔔🔔 karenge ……

  • Usually, I like your stance but here let me point out your mistakes… Firstly you are assuming that there are no other factors to consider in drop out percentage and the passing percentage which is the most important error that anybody working with data can tell you (even if your sources are believed to be accurate which I do not think it is)… Next, you said something about financial burden… So pretty sure that in order to try and recuperate your loss you should not be expected to invest even more… If someone is failing then that means that odds are he's not going to be an academic success (please don't waste time by giving fake or irrelevant examples of einstein etc)… So it probably would be better if he/she is focused on something different… And no I am not asking a child to start working rather start acquiring specific skills in the field of interest…. Arguments like everyone should study college etc is one of the reasons for high unemployability and suicides at later stages of life…. Yes everyone should have a basic education in life…. But considering the courses taught it can be argued how at no point in my life is Harappa Civilization going to be relevant…

  • Zenith cheating kar ke paas hote hain aur ek aur baat Indian education system!!!!!!!!!!''''''''''''''''''hey

  • Are ye galat hai clg ke log exam ke dar se nai job na milne ki vajah se suicide karte hain. Aur isme education system ka fault hai ye ki yahan education puri tarah outdated hai our sare teachers rote learning ko motivate karte hain syllabus bhi aise hain aur teachers bhi

  • Ex Dean, School of Engineering GD Goenka University, was found to have a fake PhD degree. He survived and prospered owing to non-academic skills obviously which clearly states the priorities of private colleges and Universities. They are making unemployable engineers since they will pass them anyway. So no detention policy continues to university and needs teachers who can just act to teach and pass them without questions

  • Mere 2 sal barbad hue h class 11th m.islie mne schul dropout kr dia.m science student tha.jb mne search kia to muje pta chala muje meri cast k wje se fail kia h or schul k sbi SC students bi fail kie gae or mne rechacking k lie force kia pr schul ne refuse kr dia in logo ne mera future barbad ki h islie m aj dhruv rathee sir ki videos dekhta hu.sir m or prai krna chata hu pls agr ap cmmt pr rhe h to pls kuch help kijie meri mera futur bacha lijie.i want job in gov sectr but i hv gap in my studie now wht shud i do..?

  • ACTUALLY , DHRUV RATHE KO BOLO , KI TUMHE MALOOM NHEE HAI , KYA HOTA HAI ,NO DETENTION POLICY OR CCE SE .
    HUM BHI PDE HAI ISKE ANDR .
    DATA FACT , NO DENTENTION KI VJH SE NHEE CHANGE HUE HAI .
    GROUND LEVEL PE AAKE PUCHO BACCHO KO .
    CCE HO YA NON CCE , TEACHER KI MAAR SE BACCHE SCHOOL CHODTE HAI .
    CCE TO SIRF CBSE MAI AAYA STATE BOARDS MAI TO AAYA HI NHEE .
    RAHEE BAAT PAISA WASTE KI TO VO CCE SE HOTA HAI , NO BODY SEES COMPREHENSIVELY , THEY PUT EVERYTHING AS FORMALITY AND EVERYONE TOOK IT CASUALLY .
    IN 10 TH PASSING ℅ 98 NOT BECAUSE SOMETHING CHANGED BUT BECAUSE , CCE LET THEM PASS , EVERY SCHOOL WANT TO SHOW A GOOD RESULT , SO THEY GAVE FREE MARKS .
    AND CURRUPTION BEGINS , RIGHT FROM HERE , AND YOU ALWAYS SEE IN GOVERMENT NOT HERE .

  • Nodetention policy ke faide to he or nuksan ye he ki bche pdhe likhe hokr bi unko reading tk nai ati acha hota ki sirf 5th class tk hi ye ho

  • Pass ho nhi re te. Kraya jata ta cce mei . Marks free ke milte h ajkl content na bhi ho tb bhi.. sbko 90% above.. I have studied in kv. N cce ki was implemented in when i was in 9th. Totally disagree with u on this point.. free ke number milte h. Ground reality dekho..

  • Inka kuch analysis galat h…

    I belong to teaching line.. and maine dekha h.. kaise.. bache upper class me pahuchne ke bawajud unhe lower class ka kich ata hi nhi…

    Result ye ki.. unhe 9th class me ane ke bad.. pahle lower classes ki basics clear karwane padte h.

    And yaha tak ki.. teachers ko khud bacho ki answer sheet pr answers likhkar inhe paas karwana padta h.. 8th class tk.

    Shaayad inhi reasons se.. ab ise wapas hatane ka descision liya gaya h.

  • There are also other facts we have to consider. I personally don't belive that only no detention policy is the only reason of reduced drop rates. Not only that if you consider some state board's data it is really poor. Because by removing exam does not make a student a good learner that's why we have to invole him in some practical work also.

  • Your shown data of percentage of students pass in 10th in 2012 is 98% .those student who spend only one year in no detention scheme. Which does not clear the effect of no detention policy.

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