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How to Increase Education Percentage in India

India is a country which has though adopted the Right to Education Act and has made a mention of this right in Article 21A of the Indian Constitution; even then India has strived to achieve a literacy rate of only 74-75 percent. This figure may seem huge, but the simple criteria to certify a person as literate along with the advancing world is referred; the figure seems to be a small one only.

To determine the literacy rate along with the percent of educated people we need to discuss upon various heads of education in India. Here we will discuss some topics to increase Education Percentage in India.

Primary Education

The opening up of the Anganwadi centers and the Indian government schools at each and every city and village has brought most of the children to school. Moreover, the appropriate governments also provide the students with various perks like free education, meals, books and uniform. This is the level of education where most of the students are enrolled and it is going up.

Secondary Education

This is the level where the drop out from school begins. The reason being, the poor conditions of the family. Not in all States, the education till the secondary level is free. The poor send their sons to work and get their daughters married after they complete their primary education. Scholarship schemes can help benefit this level of education.

Higher Education

This is the level of education where most of the students tend not to opt for. The reason being the high fees. It is very much evident that top class government colleges like IIT, NLU, AIIMS, IIM, NIFT are all high prices and private institutions charge double and more. Due to this reason, most the population which is either poor, or constitutes of the lower middle class doesn’t send their children for higher education. They prefer sending their children for jobs. The Central and the State universities charge less but still the poor household cannot afford the same. In this regard, the various scholarship schemes have played a very important role and so has reservation.

Adult Education

This is one of the trends mostly observed in the rural areas. The reason being, the population is unaware of the perks of being literate. In rural areas, night schools are operated by NGOs where the farmers who are not literate and also, the population who is senior is change are taught free of cost. This type of schooling is becoming popular and is bearing fruitful results.

Gender Literacy

The gender literacy is a big issue for the country to tackle. If we rely on the stats, then we can see that 82 percent of the males are literate as compared to 65 percent of females. A huge gap of 17 percent still lies. Though the 2011 census figures are better than the previous ones. It is only due to the different schemes introduced by the various State Governments with the support of the Central government. Schemes like Cycle Yojana, Uniform, Free meals and most importantly, free education have attracted most of the female students in the nation to schools. The poor parents are now sending their daughters to school.

Education is very much important to survive in the globalized world of today. It is most of the times seen that the poor people are the ones who remain literate and so do their children. This is one of the reasons due to which they are victimized. But, the efforts of the governments at the different levels have helped increase the literacy rate in the recent years and are continuing to do the same.

3D Printing: The Near Future & Market Opportunities Explored

The 3D printing process was invented by Chuck Hill in 1983, named, as ‘stereolithography’ as a technique for constructing solid entities by sequentially printing thin films of ultraviolet material over one another. This technique laid the foundation of present scenario of 3D printing. The modern definition of 3D printing can be defined as an additive engineering process to generate a physical entity from a digital source or design. Today, there are various 3D technologies and material available in the market, but all follow the same standardised procedure: a solid material from a digital design by adding consecutive layers. A typical 3D printing initiated with a forming of digitalized design file of a physical entity. The next step varies with technology and material used, commencing from system printers to melt the material and place it down onto printing platform. The time is highly dependent on the printing size, and often post-processing events. The common printing techniques include fused deposition modelling, stereolithography, digital light processing, selective laser sintering, polyjet and multijet modelling, binder jetting, and metal printing (selective laser melting and electron beam melting). The materials for printing varies by printing options, ranging from rubber, plastics (polyamide, ABS, PLA, and LayWood), ceramics, biomaterials, sandstone, metals and alloys (titanium, aluminium, steel, cobalt-chrome and nickel).

The 3D printer is advantageous as they offer construction of complex designs which cannot be produced by traditional methods, customization of products with no supplementary detailing or tooling, and no additional pricing, and creating a hope for entrepreneurs or designers in cost effective production for market testing or other needs. In addition, the traditional methods for manufacturing an entity generate a huge amount of waste of raw materials, for instance, bracket manufacturing lavish nearly 90% of the raw material. On the other hand, 3D printing manufacturing process involve minimal wastage of material and can be recycled in the next cycle.

However, the concept of 3D modelling often associated with drawbacks such as high cost of large production, restricted strength and durability, and lower quality resolution. Moreover, there are more than 500 3D printing materials available in the market, most are made from plastics and metals. However, owing to rapid technological advancement, the number of materials is increasing briskly comprising wood, composites, meat, chocolates, and so on.

As exemplified by public sources, by 2027, one tenth of world’s production will be 3D printed. Consequently, the cost of printers will drop from $18,000 USD to $400 USD in upcoming 10 years. Therefore, various companies have started their 3D printed production such as dominating shoe companies as well as in aircraft constructions. Evolving technology will create a scenario where smartphones were fortified with scanner allowing to build anything at home, for instance, China has created a complete 6-story building by using 3D printing technology.

The 3D printing has diverse applications in the fields of medical, manufacturing, sociocultural, and industrial. Based on manufacturing applications, the field is divided into agile tooling, food, research, prototyping, cloud-based additives, and mass customization. Based on medical application, the field is distributed into bio-printing devices and medicines. For instance, in August 2015, 3D printed surgical bolt device, named, ‘FastForward Bone Tether Plate’ was approved by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of bunion. In addition, in May 2017, the researcher of Max Plank Institute for Intelligent Systems, Germany developed a micro-machine, named, microswimmers, by using 3D printer technology of Nanoscribe GmBH, for precisely delivering drugs to the site of infection and can be controlled inside the body. Various industries have adopted 3D printing technology for manufacturing their products. For instance, Airbus SAS, France declared that its product, Airbus A350 XWB contains more than 100 3D printed components. The astronautical industries have developed a 3D printer through the collaboration of NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) and Made In Space, Inc. for printing in zero gravity.

It’s Market

The Global 3D Printing Market is projected to reach by 2022 is USD X.X, from X.X in 2015 at a CAGR of X.X% from 2016 to 2022 as per the latest updated report available at DecisionDatabases.com. The market is segmented on basis of printer type, material type, material form, software, service, technology, process, vertical, application, and geography.

Based on printer type, the market is segmented on the basis of desktop 3D printers and industrial printers. Based on the material type, the market is segmented as plastics, metals, ceramics, and other (wax, laywood, paper, biomaterials). Based on material form, the market is segmented on the basis of filament, powder, and liquid. Based on software the market is segmented on the basis of design software, inspection software, printer software, and scanning software. Based on technology the market is segmented on the basis of stereolithography, fused deposition modelling, selective laser sintering, direct metal laser sintering, polyjet printing, inkjet printing, electron beam melting, laser metal deposition, digital light processing, and laminated object manufacturing. Based on the process the market is segmented on the basis of binder jetting, direct energy deposition, material extrusion, material jetting, powder bed fusion, vat photopolymerization, and sheet lamination. Based on vertical the market is segmented on the basis of automotive, healthcare, architecture & construction, consumer products, education, industrial, energy, printed electronics, jewellery, food & culinary, aerospace & defence, and others. Based on the application the market is segmented on the basis of prototyping, tooling, and functional parts.

By geography, the market is segmented on the basis of North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Middle-East and Africa

The factors such as high investments in Research and development (R&D), low wastage of raw material, and ease of constructing tailored products propel the growth of the market. However, the factor such as restricted availability of printer, high pricing of materials, and the dearth of skilled professionals impede the market growth.

The Universal Spirit Told How the Future Would Prove Its Existence to The World

The human brain is a hard place to enter when its doors are locked shut against new ideas and concepts. Over the millions of years of development and evolution it has picked up things to fill its channels to capacity. Unless there is a cleansing of the rubbish blocking the pathways to new possibilities even God can’t make an impression. That is why the world is in crisis and we are the end of the day.

Like a newborn child it has to be fed information to allow the brain to grow and the different channels to open. There is a short window of opportunity for this to happen, and that’s why parents are the primary teachers. Their habits, traditions, and ways are studied and the child develops the same.

When humans evolved they already had their channels opened to some extent. The parents were the pre-humans who had speech, traditions, and so on. This is known from my research and the depositions in the earth to show it.

Their knowledge and customs had to do with the sun and worship of it. They considered it the Chief God of the earth and they called it ‘mother’. That is why we still refer to ‘mother nature’ and such. By the time of the Persian Empire men developed a dream by which they could become gods by mating with it, or ‘her’.

That idea became so impacted that it is the glue that stops new ideas about the Spirit from being received. How do I know this and why is it so?

In answer to the first part of the question my memory of reincarnation and strong link to the Spirit provided knowledge that heaven and hell are myths and that religions teach lies. We have all reincarnated six times, as noted in Job 5:19-21 and God states here

“All tables are full of vomit and filthiness, so that there is no place clean” Isaiah 28:6

It also made the promise that it will speak to its people with tongues (ibid 18:11), and that’s how it communicates now. It is calling those who are spiritual away from religions. It was promised that this will happen in the last days, a time we are now in.

This presents the first hurdle for those with closed minds to get their heads around. How can God speak to anyone and why would a woman be chosen to do this work? I asked the same question and was told to get the bible. It opened where this passage stood out:

“For God has created a new thing in the earth, A woman shall compass a man” Jeremiah 31:22

These represent the future concepts that God wants known. The man is 666 and his name is Constantine. He established the Catholic Church in 325 AD and was given until now to take all things of the truth from the world. This was God’s way of closing everyone’s eyes and ears so that now it can come out.

When people face their death and the horrors of what is now to come they will quickly clean their minds of the rubbish they are impacted with. The Spirit is back and now anyone with a clean mind can and will be part of the new order. This was the future concept to show man how the darkness and evil was meant to bring the world to its knees. It also foretold that the light of the New Order will soon impact on the world to cleanse it.

Life Science Versus the Big Bang

Isaac Newton’s infinite universal first principle theories of gravity were derived from ancient Greek science. Today these principles can demonstrate that Einstein’s quantum mechanical worldview had been based upon the false assumption that Newton believed that the mass of objects in space was the first cause of gravity. Einstein’s quantum mechanics led to the Big-Bang theory of the universe expanding from nothing, which appears to be quite absurd. In 1952 the Nobel Laureate scientist, Erwin Schrodinger, referred to a multiverse that to his audience might have sounded like a lunatic idea, but nonetheless his prize-winning mathematics argued otherwise. The existence of multiple parallel universes is now at the centre of great controversy. The 2007 Nobel Laureate, Steven Weinberg, pointed out that if they did exist then the Big Bang theory was doomed.

A multiverse universe is considered to be able to communicate information electromagnetically to our universe’s outer membrane. The ancient Greek scientific explanation of gravity, that Newton referred to in his 28th Query Discussions, began when a father of science, the philosopher Thales, associated the nature of gravity with a sexual demiurge to cast seed into the cosmic egg. We can now play around with the concept that once the ‘seed’ penetrates the universal membrane, it begins the growth of its baby at the speed of the Big Bang. Furthermore, the Greek science about this process was considered ethical if it was about giving birth to a healthy, compassionate offspring.

That ethical purpose was held to be accomplished by nurturing and harmonic female information, resonating from planetary movement being echoed by all living atoms in the universe. This process was referred to by the ancient Greek Science for ethical ends as Wisdom Through Beauty associated with the Music of the Spheres.

Einstein’s mechanistic world-view held that the universe would eventually be destroyed according to his understanding of the universal laws of thermodynamics and entropy. However, Newton’s first principle logic was about the living process within an infinite universe. We can use such first principle logic to reason about the existence of ethical emotional thought. For example, infinite fractal mathematics is used to model biological systems.

The Electromagnetic Golden Age of Danish Science showed how this may be accomplished. Firstly, its goal was to find an ethical motor to make Faraday’s electromagnetic motor a child’s toy by comparison. In the image of the demiurge to cast seed into the cosmic egg, the human sperm propels itself toward the ovum by an electromagnetic motor driving its tail. Upon entering the ovum the electromagnetic liquid crystal structure of the ovum’s membrane transforms the sperm’s motor into a centriole. This centriole then electromagnetically charges the first bone formed in the embryo, the sphenoid bone. Attached to the sphenoid bone is the Vagus nerve, the basic building block of human compassion. Hence, we are able to update the ancient 3rd Century BC Greek Science for ethical ends.

Scientists have deduced that the nature of the communication between our universal membrane and a parallel universe is spoken in a mirror-image electromagnetic language. The philosopher of science, Immanuel Kant, in his distinction between artistic aesthetics and ethical artistic wisdom, along with his contemporary, Emmanuel Levinas, argued that artistic evolutionary wisdom is a spiritual inner creative vision induced by an ethical mirror-image electromagnetic field. The electromagnetic geometrical shape taken by the cell at the point of cell division employs electromagnetic mirror-image field properties. These properties prevent the present dysfunctional information belonging to our thermodynamic world-view from being transmitted to the replica cell. This dysfunctional information now belonging to the epidemic transmitted by the mass production of information and communication devices that is now causing incredible social damage can be considered a form of cancer. The antidote lies in a completely new world-view beyond the limitation of the Big Bang theory.

Art, in particular stereoscopic art, plays an important role to help in realising Kant’s electromagnetic universal purpose. The artist, Salvador Dali, experimented with stereoscopic art in order to explain the existence of a more profound future scientific culture. By viewing many paintings of the 21st Century through asymmetrical electromagnetic stereoscopic glasses, Salvador Dali’s message about a future Science-Art culture becomes immediately visible. New Science-Art technologies have made this possible. From such information an antidote to the present dysfunctional stereoscopic epidemic, transmitted by the mass manufacture of information and communication devices becomes feasible.

By programming a computer with the ancient Greek spiritual wisdom, previously forbidden because it did not conform to present science’s demand for our extinction, we can gain freedom from the dictates of the universal thermodynamic heat death law and quickly generate a rigorous human survival blueprint simulation.

Do Buildings Have Souls?

Do buildings have souls? I teach in a school with nearly a thousand students. We recently moved into a brand new building. I talked with an architecture professor who served as an advisor for the planning of our new campus. He introduced me to the idea that buildings have souls. According to our consultant an architectural concept for any building whether it is a school, office or home should really be a metaphor or image for the dreams and values of the people who will use that building. Articulating and defining the soul of a building is a process that needs to include as many of the people who will inhabit the finished structure as possible.

At our school we went about defining it’s soul in a unique way. First we held a contest where anyone connected with our school could submit a drawing, a story, a sculpture, or a movie about what they thought constituted the ‘soul’ of our school. One student made a 3D model of children playing soccer. A parent submitted a series of pillars each featuring a ‘hero’ from one of eight areas of knowledge. Galileo, for example, represented science. A teacher wrote a story about how a young woman with autism had been accepted and loved at our school. A senior about to graduate wrote an article about why our sports team name “The Warriors” represented the ‘can do’ and ‘never say die’ spirit of our students. All of the submissions became part of a brochure to advertise a design imagery competition for architects. They were invited to create a concept design for the ‘look’ of our school based on the ‘soul’ visions provided by our school community.

The entries in this competition were diverse and exciting. One architect had designed what looked like a multi-level tree house. Another had created a kind of butterfly layout to show how our school desired to transform children’s lives. Another had come up with a plan that resembled an eagle’s nest since our school was to be a place where children could learn safely till they were ready to fly out on their own. One design was in the shape of a Noah’s Ark. The winning entry resembled God’s outstretched open hands. Since our school is a religious institution the architect had made the elementary and high school wings of our school each represent one of God’s hands with a huge courtyard in their open palms where members of the community could meet. If you walk into our school today that is exactly the design you will see.

I asked our consulting architect, how we could know for certain that a building accurately reflected the ‘soul’ of the community it housed. He told me the ‘soul’ of building could not be measured in any way. It was something that could be discerned only with the heart.

Education With Personal Objectives

Most parents do not start their children’s primary education with goals in mind, with personal objectives. But, when general public education began to develop, there were objectives underlying its foundation. Many would suggest that Horace Mann was the founder of the modern public American education system. This statement by no means implies that he was the founder of all educational programs that existed during his primacy, and surely he did not contribute to institutions that preceded him. His focus was upon educating the greater public. Additionally, his strategies served the rapidly developing American Industrial Revolution. The Mann philosophies were implemented to a large degree for the purpose of assuring that our young citizens of European descent were sufficiently educated to both engage in necessary menial tasks, care for the equipment, and to manage the new manufacturing infrastructure developing across our young America.

The Mann-concept based educational system was sufficient to buoy our economy for the primary benefit of the Anglo population and provided a significant edge to this group in conjunction with Jim Crow laws that legislated separate and scarcely ever equal systems for people of all other colors. Additionally, because World Wars I, II, and subsequent major wars in Asia also decimated competitive industrial and knowledge assets, as well as trained labor forces in Europe and Asia through the mid-1970’s, America thrived. However, since then, America has suffered losses in superiority in manufacturing processes, technology, education delivery. Additionally, we never elected to develop a rich common culture by which to bond citizens. As such, the United States economic machine has surrendered much of its superiority to others internationally.

With nationalism scarcely an hors-d’oeuvre on their menu, in favor of profit, a host of large American companies have elected to take their manufacturing facilities to foreign countries for the benefit of lower employee wage costs, easier access to production materials, less critical environmental regulations, and lower tax burdens. Not only does this take money out of our country, but many thousands of jobs are lost to international populations annually. Sometimes companies simply contract for services to be performed abroad that could employ and feed thousands of Americans very handsomely. And, to add insult to injury, many American corporations that cannot transfer their work or facilities abroad lobby for and take advantage of legislation that allows foreign nationals to acquire jobs within the continental U.S. (e.g., H1B, and J1 visas). Don’t be fooled by employer outcries suggesting that the jobs cannot be otherwise filled with available citizens. The employers often pay foreign employee counterparts the legal minimum rate, even asking Americans to train them before the Americans are released from their positions.

What this means regarding education is that there is a growing disconnect between employers, and the U.S. educational system (from primary through advanced degrees), with a lesser assurance of the value of any diploma, certificate or degree in the marketplace. A self-serving, liberal arts education narcissist might suggest “We do not educate students to perform tasks. We leave that type of training to trade schools”. Colleges and universities, with their increasing ranges of majors and rising costs, are graduating only fifty percent of those who they admit, and most schools no longer align their curricular objectives with specific needs of the business sector. They no longer promote delivery of market-valuable degrees, rather sell the “opportunity” for students to develop themselves in robust, information based, experience rich environments. So, increasing numbers of students, if graduating from college at all, manage to do so with tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars of school loan debt, diverse experiences, but no job prospects or offers only in the customer service and sales sectors. The jobs attained are often of no relation to that which they studied.

Remember when Aunt Mary would pinch you on your little cheek and ask, “What do want to be when you grow up?” Everyone laughed as you answered in a manner that reflected your very limited exposure to the fact that people “did anything that matters” other than spending time with you. As seemingly unimportant as those scenarios may have appeared, we should be earnestly asking those questions of our children regularly, from an early age. We should provide them with as broad a range of productive options as we can identify in our research. We should enhance their 3R’s (reading, writing and arithmetic) skills as far as we are able (with assistance) as foundations as they also learn to code, play instruments, to compare, contrast, interpret, problem solve, learn to design and handle tools and machines, interact effectively with others, and demand more of the world around them as they grow. We should show them there are demonstrable numbers of cultures and species that share the planet, with diverse world surfaces, deep waters, vast skies, and uncharted space to consider. There are colors, sounds, aromas, textures, flavors, thoughts, and planes of existence beyond our senses. We should emphasize that we vigorously apply ourselves and learn today, tomorrow and the next day so that one day they will be able to select preferred options, not the detritus roles left by others, secondary systems and markets, leftovers for the inadequately prepared. With such perspectives and targets as these, our children will seek a higher level of achievement and experience education with personal objectives.

Benefits of Music Education

It would be easier to deduce the benefits of music education, once you are clear about the basic qualities of music.

Music Soothes

Music is an ever-expanding field. What do you do when we want to relax? An immediate reply would be: listen to good music. And why? Because you tend to forget that a world exists outside, especially when the music is soft, lilting, and melodious.

This has been proved through research too. Wondrous are the effects of music on the human mind. Music creates positive energy and releases it to the individuals. That is the reason why music therapies are being adopted in every field.

Multi-faceted Benefits

Music improves the efficiency and attitude of the people. Its effects are especially felt and useful in treating sick and afflicted persons, because both the young and the old like it.

Music education helps us to learn new concepts and forms of music. You can learn and enjoy the serenity of music while sitting in your living room. Music education can be complete only if the learner grasps it properly. Efficient tutors can simplify complicated concepts and present them in a suitable manner.

Music education helps in creating awareness, and develops a person’s attitude by making him or her appreciate the finer things of life. Music is not merely an art, but a fine art too! By learning the basics, nuances, and forms of music through music education, you can enjoy the benefits bestowed by music in a holistic way.

Music Quotations

You can understand the benefits of music looking at some excellent quotations.

Music is God’s gift to man, the only art of Heaven given to earth, the only art of earth we take to Heaven. -Walter Savage Landor

Music is the divine way to tell beautiful, poetic things to the heart.-Pablo Casals

Music is the soul of language.-Max Heindel

Music hath charms to soothe a savage breast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak. -William Congreve