STD 3 TO 8 EKAM KASOTI PAPER JANUARY 2021 UNIT TEST QUESTIONS PAPER
Theft, violence, chaos, social immorality, etc. by uneducated people are rampant in the history of any country, so the next generation of scholars and educated people to establish a moral standard in the society, raise the standard of living and live a beautiful and ideal life by cultivating awareness for social responsibilities.
He considered education as a very important aspect and special emphasis was laid on education. This method also remained in India. The lack of education in the villages spread hatred, animosity, disease and narrow-mindedness which were gradually removed with the advent of education and we were able to build a member society.
This transition from an uneducated class to an educated class needs to be looked at carefully. The narrowness and rudeness among the uneducated people years ago was bad and needed to be removed, but the method of establishing human values along with education at that time had a very good and healthy effect on the people. This is quite different today. Now education alone is given importance, even if it 'overtakes' the values of humanity !! That is why today's education has become competitive rather than helpful in the development of the individual. This can be understood by a simple example.
When an uneducated person living in a small village was educated, the emphasis was on his studies as well as his duties towards his family and society and to do his job honestly. Her studies helped to raise her standard of living as well as her mental standard. Compared to this incident, today's study sometimes helps to increase mental stress! Primary school info
The word ‘education’ originally means to evolve. To come out of false beliefs, cowardice, and instability of mind and become conscious, awake and healthy. Does today's education give us all these qualities? It seems that uneducated people were trapped in a cage. They had many confusions, problems and questions. From time to time scholars came and sang the praises of education, so the cage was opened and people ran towards education, but without deciding which direction to go, people rushed in the direction they liked, resulting in the real auspicious effects of education on society. No, and society is now facing 'questions of educated people' which are even more terrible than the questions and problems of uneducated people.
Let us now look at the various virtues of education one by one and examine the difference - what effects it should have on society and how it is happening now.
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As we have seen above, the first quality of education is 'awareness'. An educated person knows something special so we call him an awakened person. What is the greatest awakening of man? When can we tell someone is really awake? - Thinking seems to be the biggest awareness of a person about his body. Because we have a saying in Gujarati that ‘the first happiness is Narya itself’ and this saying was created years ago by uneducated people with their own understanding.
The diseased body can do nothing. All the intellectual progress of a person is reduced due to physical discomfort. Therefore, sensible people have emphasized on physical exercise for some part of the day, regularity of meal time, the art of keeping the body healthy through a few fasts, daily labor, juicy diet - etc. If we prove that today's people are educated and educated, then there must not be any kind of disease. The success of education is not in finding drugs to cure diseases, its success should be in preventing diseases.
What should pride really be? Bigger hospitals or healthier bodies? If a person is educated, then why doesn't the unhealthy food, junk food, the habit of eating without proper method day and night and the intelligence that is declining day by day come to mind? Every disease is a punishment for breaking the laws of nature. And today's education does not save us from that punishment but it helps us to get more and more punishment! The understanding of the body was probably first among the uneducated, not so much among the educated today.