Why Is Education Important?

Education is one of the most essential virtues in the life of an individual. Apart from being a necessity of the society, it is an important symbol of freedom and helps in leading a good life. It also plays a very critical role in the integration of individual entities. Not only does it comprise that which we are taught in schools and colleges, but also encompasses the useful lessons we learn from incidents happening in our practical lives.

Given below are some of the reasons why education is given such paramount importance:

Helps To Make Better Citizens

Although humans are the most advanced and developed species on Earth, they are in actuality nothing more than animals who think and behave in a rational way. But without education, that rationalism cannot be brought about within an individual. It is only by being educated in rules, regulation and manners of life that a person can achieve the ability to think rationally and become a well-mannered citizen.

Brings Confidence

Nothing can be achieved in life if we do not have faith in ourselves. Education plays a very important role in cultivating self-confidence within us, so that we can become independent, communicate efficiently with others and overcome various difficulties that impede us from reaching our goals.

Ensures a Successful Future

Education is the means by which a person can have a happy and successful life. It helps us to recognize our hidden skills and talents, using which we can build up our career, gain employment and have a secured future. Thus, it helps us to achieve new heights in life.

Helps To Think Logically

An educated individual makes attempts to understand everything that is unknown to them, instead of following others blindly. They question the integrity of misconceptions and try to find logical alternatives for explaining the truth behind them. Thus, education helps a person to think logically and reject false facts.

Boosts Progress of a Nation

Educated people are the building blocks of a nation. They know how to differentiate right from wrong, and do not need the advice of a third person for doing so. They are pretty aware of the resources available on their own land as well as the correct methods to utilize them. However, India lacks in an efficient system for educating the rural masses and that is what’s hindering the social and economic progress of the country to a great extent. So, it is very important to give equal importance to urban as well as rural education in India to help more and more people understand such things as fundamental rights, duties towards the country, existing laws and rules and moral and ethical values of life. Not only will this aid all the citizens to judge things more analytically, but also allow them to contribute effectively towards development of the nation as a whole.

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