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Education has many benefits and has positive
impact in our life. An educated person is an asset
for any country. In today’s world, human capital
is considered the best national resource. On one
hand, he can explore better opportunities for
himself, and on the other hand, the entire nation would get benefited from his works. In this article, I have made an attempt to discuss  the need and importance of education in our life,for the development of a nation, and for the overall
benefits of humanity.
There are many reasons why education is
important. They are discussed below:
1. World Citizenship: Education is a must for world citizenship or global citizenship. Such a
person always works for the benefits of humanity.
He treats the entire human-race as brothers and
sisters. We all acknowledge the importance of
education, knowledge and truth for promoting the
world outlook. Education produces citizens who are men of intellectual and moral integrity, who are neither fanatical nor cynical, but are public-spirited,
tolerant and wise. Education aims at producing
ideal human-beings. These people are truly
cultured, wise, tolerant and public-spirited. Different ages have different conceptions of ideal men.
2. Promotes National Interest: Education also promotes national interest. The highly educated
people have a critical intelligence of an exceptional
order. They can form independent conclusions from
given facts. An educated person has the wisdom
and knowledge to work for the good of the
country. The doctors, engineers, scientists, soldiers, police-officers, IAS, etc. all work together in protecting the national interest.
3. True benefactors of human race: We must praise great writers, scientists, humanistic
philosophers, profoundly religious man with
abiding faith in spiritual values, social reformers
and other men with a constructive genius because
these educated men alone are the true benefactors
of the human race.
4. Backbone of developing countries: Education is the backbone of developing countries.
Developing countries should understand the
importance of education and develop a sound
educational system. Sustainable development of
economy and society is closely related to
education. The most important resource of a nation is its human-capital. Educated people have more
understanding of themselves and of the others.
They have the ability to become entrepreneurs,
scientists and agriculturists. The world of today is
driven by Information Technology and education in
this field may become a deciding factor for the future economic development of developing countries.
5. Moral, spiritual and ethical values: Educated people promote equality of opportunity.
Any privilege, when based on merit alone, is bound
to be more moral because it has to justify no
unmerited privilege, advocate no ethical system
which promotes class-feeling or social snobbery
and defend nothing, which is unjust or ethically wrong. The aim of education, whatever the social
system, must be not only to disseminate
knowledge, but also to stimulate the questioning
spirit. Educational institutions cannot produce saints. But they can certainly inculcate among students
respect for spiritual and ethical values and make
them understand that the promotion of human
welfare, not self-aggrandizement, is the end of life.
No man, however brilliant, however gifted, can be considered truly cultured unless he identifies
himself with the wellbeing of others, unless he has
the passion to make the Kingdom of God prevail on
6. Education produces good citizens: Education also produce well-cultured and wise
men. It is often said that the children of today are
the citizens of tomorrow. If children of today study
hard to become good students, then they will
surely become good citizens in future. It is not easy
to measure the loss which the human race has suffered on account of want of education by men
and women who had exceptional talent but could
not make full use of it.
7. Enjoy life: Education enables young men and women to develop all the latent powers and
faculties of their nature and to enjoy a good life. 8. Freshness of approach: A sound education system encourages freshness of approach.
Education should bring out the best in the student,
not stifle his mind.
Conclusion: The aim of education is not to develop one single virtue but to produce healthy normal
human beings who understand the meaning of life
and what it demands from them. From childhood to
youth, students must be constantly reminded by
educationists and psychologists that the
fundamental law of life is co-operation, not self- aggrandizement or domination or conflict. If
students are intellectually and morally brought up
on co-operation, most of our troubles would be at
an end and life would be much healthier, richer and
nobler than ever before.
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