School Education System

School is the foundation for every person’s life. The education earned during the school years improves our character and teaches us new skills. It improves our intelligence and decision-making abilities while promoting overall personality development. Education also aids a country’s economic growth.

An education system includes all of the laws, policies, and regulations that go into educating public school kids at the federal, state, and local levels. In India the school system includes lower primary (ages 6 to 10), followed by upper primary (ages 11 and 12), high (ages 13 to 15), and higher secondary (ages 16 to 18). (17 and 18). 

The lower primary school has five “standards,” upper primary school has two, high school has three, and higher secondary school has two. Students must acquire a common curriculum till the completion of high school (except for regional variations in their mother tongue). 

At the secondary level, there is the possibility of some specialisation. Except in locations where Hindi is the mother tongue and in particular streams, students are required to master three languages (English, Hindi, and their mother tongue).

To have a good education system, society and government must work together because the future of society and the country’s progress is reflected in students’ achievements in their studies.