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Importance of Education

1 Comments August 13, 2020

What is Education?

The first thing that strikes in our minds when we think about education is gaining knowledge. Education is a tool that provides people with knowledge, skill, technique, information, enables them to know their rights and duties toward their family, society as well as the nation. It expands vision and outlook to see the world. It develops the capabilities to fight against injustice, violence, corruption, and many other bad elements in society.
Education gives us knowledge of the world around us. It develops in us a perspective of looking at life. It is the most important element in the evolution of the nation. Without education, one will not explore new ideas. It means one will not able to develop the world because without ideas there is no creativity and without creativity, there is no development of the nation.

“Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.”- Albert Einstein

Education act as Back Bone of a Society.

Education is an integral part of human society. Its importance in life can’t be ignored as a lack of education gives birth to numerous social problems like poor health, internal conflict, poor living standards, and many more. It helps people to find a better solution to their problems. Education lets people realize the true value of contribution and help become the backbone of society.

Education encourages Innovation and Creativity:

Education means innovation. Innovation and creativity can only occur when people are skilled enough to know how to operate with different technologies. Educated people always find a solution to their problems with the help of better techniques .

A man without education is like a building without foundation.”

Education helps a person to be able to read and write. Most of the information is communicated by writing. A man who has this ability to read is called a literate.

He can read books, newspapers, signs, and symbols. It also helps to read signboards in the street, at shops, bus, train, and air stations. It also helps them in their day to day activities like banking, shopping, money transaction, and many more.

Without primary education, one has to depend on others for all the above basic needs.

1 Comments


  • Vicky
    August 13, 2020 02:32:27

    Exactly 😃


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