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Can the Indian Education be called a mimicry? In India, I see that most of the students are compeled to take a subject without their interest.That is why The percent of India goes down to 1%(in higher...

Can the Indian Education be called a mimicry?

In India, I see that most of the students are compeled to take a subject without their interest.That is why The percent of India goes down to 1%(in higher education).

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I think that a couple of point need to be stressed here.  The first is that part of the "mimicry" that is perceived comes down to the manner of assessment.  If higher education students are going to be assessed through high stakes standardized assessment, and the score on this drives their options for post- graduate life, mimicry might be the best approach to safeguard their...

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