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CJI NV Ramana expresses concern on mushrooming of educational factories- The New Indian Express

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NEW DELHI: Chief Justice of India NV Ramana on Saturday expressed concern over the explosion of education factories that led to the devaluation of diplomas and Human Resources.

While delivering a convocation address at Acharya Nagarjuna University in Andhra Pradesh, the supreme judge also highlighted the declining social participation of students and called for the development of an educational model that prepares students for real-life challenges.

“It is time for a transformation of our education system. Our institutions must focus on the value of social relations and conscious citizenship. It must combine our historical baggage with a futuristic vision, to equip young minds with the right tools and attitudes to our society with awareness and proper understanding”, according to the CJI.

He also called on universities and their research wings to focus on problems affecting the country and find comprehensive solutions.

To ensure that students get hands-on experience, Ramana has also asked universities to partner with renowned research and development organizations.

He urged states to actively work together to allocate funds for research and innovation, he said: “It will be a sad comment if we let our key areas of learning and research suffer from lack of funding.”

Paying tribute to the country’s roots, the supreme judge also asked the young people to come up with innovative ways to take advantage of India’s untapped composite culture and sustainable development models.

“I call on all of you changemakers – you must be ‘Conscious Changemakers’. Think sustainable development models. This awareness must recognize the needs of our community and environment while being pioneers in your respective fields. Take inspiration from your culture and language and try to fit it into your vision of the future. Go beyond your own ideas. Try to include your community. Develop an inclusive vision of progress. Be a stakeholder in the nation building process,” he said.

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The CJI also asked everyone to build a democracy full of vibrancy and idealism where differences of identity and opinion are respected.

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