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Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Why isn't there any Indian Mark Zuckerberg?

                                                                    
                   Now starting with our second article, I always use to imagine that how come someone of the age of 19 creates a website that is of great demand and is very well known. but always one question comes to my mind while thinking of such a great stalwart that even if India has such sharp minds, vast knowledge, great institutes (obviously should be only IITS), and last but not the least vast population we can't produce even one site which is even half in its popularity from Facebook, but 1 thing which can be held responsible in this issue can be our EDUCATION SYSTEM
              Where till the age of 16 your knowledge of understanding things is not even considered, to get noticed you have to increase the capacity of mugging things up. till then you just have to wait till your exams and prepare yourself for mugging more and more of syllabus and if you survive this then you can achieve milestone in your result but that is of importance till you achieve your admissions in junior college then after that till the age of 23years you finish your college education and achieving your degrees, which is again very much important to get you a job in good company.
                  But the main thing in education system of any developed country revolves around practical knowledge given to students. But in India you can compare it to null. Nor can any student help in exploring any other ideas along with studies because of the vast syllabus he has to deal with.

                                          Due to this the average youth of our country graduates around age of 23 years, and after that experimenting is the last thing on anyone's mind as they have to get settle in their respective job so as to get married according to their parent's wish where his age would be around 25-26 years. And after marriage every individual wants is only one thing that is steady flow of income to support his family. So many powerful brains which use to top in their respective school and colleges get is the only job of various post and dreams of owning such big sites or company might just get dimmer and dimmer for them.


                                           

                     While on the other hand MARK ZUCKERBERG started making his own projects from the age of 19, and he even left his education for making his dream come true and giving time to his dream. If any average Indian guy tries to do the same thing then it can tend to make him most vulnerable in the so-called civilized society. He is termed as FAILURE for rest of his life. So leaving college between his educations is a big No-No from them and even their families.
                    so we have to wait till our society becomes less civilized, which can be impossible. so next best thing can be done is government to make our education bear some fruit for all, for our country, for our parents and then lastly for our self.
              So with this i have written second post for my blog,so friends please help me in improving myself by your beloved comments/feedback.

6 comments:

techcluster said...

Its not the education u can blame,in developed countries childrens are told to be Independent,They do study but also earn their living .... due to this they get to know the world at early age and whereas in india we are tought that Study is the main thing and we have our 100% concenteration on study till the age of 22 or 25,This thought given by our parents and the parents of developed countries make diffrence

SOUMIK SHAH said...

first of all thank you techcluster for your feedback,but i think that our parents are cursed with no mistake of theirs.they want their children to be on top,to exceed,and to better than others so that you can be successful than your friends and this competition is because of our education system or you can say because of our extraordinary students but parents are cursed with no faults of them.
these are my personal view.

Keval Juthani said...

great post man....:)

Keval Juthani said...

do continue with the blogging...

SOUMIK SHAH said...

Thanks keval,surely will contiue with BLOGGING.

Shila J shah said...

great blog n there is more scope to improve ....