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It is my understanding that this House may not find time to discuss the Demands for Grants for Human Resource Development. Therefore, I have taken liberty to focus attention on education in this debate.
Sir, India is emerging as a global power. We are poised to grow at 8 per cent. This achievement is built on the dreams of millions of our people. It is built on the dreams of our leaders and teachers. But most importantly, it IS built on the aspirations of our students. Equally, we owe our success to our toiling masses, to our farmers and our workers. I salute them. But it is not enough to salute them. We must work for an India where a son does not remain tied with his father’s past and where a daughter has an opportunity to do something which her mother could only dream of. And education is the key to achieving this. Sir, as I travel round the country, I come to realise that education is not about schools, colleges and universities. It is about the dreams and aspirations of people. A successful educational system must do two things. It must allow all young Indians to dream and it must teach them those skills to turn those dreams into reality. About a year ago, I visited a village school.
Many parents are convinced that only the rich can go to universities. As I speak, Sir, our education system is crushing the aspirations of these children. But I have also visited the schools where every child aspires to greatness. They struggle against adversities and keep the dreams alive. The village schools where the same system, which destroys the aspirations elsewhere, makes the child of the landless labourer dream of becoming a software engineer. I have been moved by children in a School for Blind, who spoke to me about their dreams. There are IIT graduates who run billion dollar companies.
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