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PRATHAM GURU EDUCATION AND WELFARE SOCIETY

REGD. FROM GOVT. OF HARYANA

We are a pioneer team who work for education and welfare, our team always focus on research and development as required from market with latest technology and share with all who are needy in education system. Our team work like share more to more information for men, women empowerment skills in all sector for fulfillment their career in industry.

TYPES OF EDUCATION

Education goes beyond what takes places within the four walls of the classroom. A child gets the education from his experiences outside the school as well as from those within on the basis of these factors. There are three main types of education, namely, Formal, Informal and Non-formal. Each of these types is discussed below.

Formal education or formal learning usually takes place in the premises of the school, where a person may learn basic, academic, or trade skills. Small children often attend a nursery or kindergarten but often formal education begins in elementary school and continues with secondary school.

Post-secondary education (or higher education) is usually at a college or university which may grant an academic degree. It is associated with a specific or stage and is provided under a certain set of rules and regulations. 

The formal education is given by specially qualified teachers they are supposed to be efficient in the art of instruction. It also observes strict discipline. The student and the teacher both are aware of the facts and engage themselves in the process of education.

Examples of Formal Education

  • Learning in a classroom
  • School grading/certification, college,  and university degrees
  • Planned education of different subjects having a proper syllabus acquired by attending the institution.

Characteristics of formal education

  • Formal education is structured hierarchically.
  • It is planned and deliberate.
  • Scheduled fees are paid regularly.
  • It has a chronological grading system.
  • It has a syllabus and subject-oriented. The syllabus has to be covered within a specific time period.
  • The child is taught by the teachers

Advantages of Formal education:

  • An organized educational model and up to date course contents.
  • Students acquire knowledge from trained and professional teachers.
  • Structured and systematic learning process.
  • Intermediate and final assessments are ensured to advance students to the next learning phase.
  • Institutions are managerially and physically organized.
  • Leads to a formally recognized certificate.
  • Easy access to jobs.

Disadvantages of Formal education:            

  • Sometimes, brilliant students are bored due to the long wait for the expiry of the academic session to promote to the next stage
  • Chance of bad habits’ adoption may be alarming due to the presence of both good and bad students in the classroom
  • Wastage of time as some lazy students may fail to learn properly in spite of motivation by the professional trainers.
  • Some unprofessional and non-standard education system may cause the wastage of time and money of the students which leads to the disappointment from formal education and argue them to go for non-formal education.
  • Costly and rigid education as compare to other forms of learning

Informal education may be a parent teaching a child how to prepare a meal or ride a bicycle.

People can also get an informal education by reading many books from a library or educational websites.

Informal education is when you are not studying in a school and do not use any particular learning method. In this type of education, conscious efforts are not involved. It is neither pre-planned nor deliberate. It may be learned at some marketplace, hotel or at home.

Unlike formal education, informal education is not imparted by an institution such as school or college. Informal education is not given according to any fixed timetable. There is no set curriculum required. Informal education consists of experiences and actually living in the family or community.

Examples of Informal Education

  • Teaching the child some basics such as numeric characters.
  • Someone learning his/her mother tongue
  • A spontaneous type of learning, “if a person standing in a bank learns about opening and maintaining the account at the bank from someone.”

Characteristics of Informal Education

  • It is independent of boundary walls.
  • It has no definite syllabus.
  • It is not pre-planned and has no timetable.
  • No fees are required as we get informal education through daily experience and by learning new things.
  • It is a lifelong process in a natural way.
  • The certificates/degrees are not involved and one has no stress for learning the new things.
  • You can get from any source such as media, life experiences, friends, family etc.

Advantages of Informal Education

  • More naturally learning process as you can learn at anywhere and at any time from your daily experience.
  • It involves activities like individual and personal research on a topic of interest for themselves by utilizing books, libraries, social media, internet or getting assistance from informal trainers.
  • Utilizes a variety of techniques.
  • No specific time span.
  • Less costly and time-efficient learning process.
  • No need to hire experts as most of the professionals may be willing to share their precious knowledge with students/public through social media and the internet.
  • Learners can be picked up the requisite information from books, TV, radio or conversations with their friends/family members.

Disadvantages of Informal Education     

  • Information acquired from the internet, social media, TV, radio or conversations with friends/family members may lead to the disinformation.
  • Utilized techniques may not be appropriate.
  • No proper schedule/time span.
  • Unpredictable results which simply the wastage of time.
  • Lack of confidence in the learner.
  • Absence of discipline, attitude and good habits.

Non-formal education includes adult basic education, adult literacy education or school equivalency preparation.

In nonformal education, someone (who is not in school) can learn literacy, other basic skills or job skills.

Home education, individualized instruction (such as programmed learning), distance learning and computer-assisted instruction are other possibilities. 

Non-formal education is imparted consciously and deliberately and systematically implemented. It should be organized for a homogeneous group. Non-formal, education should be programmed to serve the needs of the identified group. This will necessitate flexibility in the design of the curriculum and the scheme of evaluation.

Examples of Non-formal Education

  • Boy Scouts and Girls Guides develop some sports program such as swimming comes under nonformal education.
  • Fitness programs.
  • Community-based adult education courses.
  • Free courses for adult education developed by some organization.

Characteristics of Non-formal Education

  • The nonformal education is planned and takes place apart from the school system.
  • The timetable and syllabus can be adjustable.
  • Unlike theoretical formal education, it is practical and vocational education.
  • Nonformal education has no age limit.
  • Fees or certificates may or may not be necessary.
  • It may be full time or part-time learning and one can earn and learn together.
  • It involves learning of professional skills.

Advantages of Non-formal Education

  • Practiced and vocational training.
  • Naturally growing minds that do not wait for the system to amend.
  • Literacy with skillfulness growth in which self-learning is appreciated.
  • Flexibility in age, curriculum and time.
  • Open-ended educational system in which both the public and private sector are involved in the process.
  • No need to conduct regular exams.
  • Diploma, certificates, and award are not essential to be awarded.

Disadvantages of Non-formal Education

  • Attendance of participants is unsteady.
  • Sometimes, it’s just wastage of time as there is no need to conduct the exam on regular basis and no degree/diploma is awarded at the end of the training session.
  • Basic reading and writing skills are crucial to learn.
  • No professional and trained teachers.
  • Students may not enjoy full confidence as the regular students enjoy.
  • Some institutes provide fake certification through online courses just for the sake of earning.

 

The education your child receives will set the groundwork for future successes. 

No matter his age — from kindergarten to high school — we have all the advice and information you need on reaching potential in reading, writing, math, and more.

The computer has become a standard of education throughout the world. This makes computer education important. Some importance of computer education are: Computer Education Improves Research Skills: A computer provides the most important tool for research in today’s life that is the internet.

Computer Education is necessary because it is a kind of education that is required for an individual to develop individual skills and the computer is a technology that is used everywhere in our society that is in banks, offices, schools, govt. departments, colleges, and many other places. Therefore, it is necessary for everyone to at least learn the basics of the computers to become eligible for any job or work profile.

Pratham Guru Education offers a wide range of technical and professional courses that help the students in making their career shine. We have institutes that have a great staff of trainers and faculty that are providing students with best of their knowledge and experience and this provides the opportunities to the students to take their career to new heights. Also, our placement cell is best among the other colleges that provide the students to get placed in top MNCs.

PROJECT EDUCATION

Education is a gradual process which brings positive changes in the human life and behavior. We can also define education as “a process of acquiring knowledge through study or imparting sharing the knowledge by way of instruction or some other practical procedure”

Education also means helping people to learn how to do things and encouraging them to think about what they learn.

It is also important for educators to teach ways to find and use information. Through education, the knowledge of society, country, and of the world is passed on from generation to generation.

In democracies, through education, children and adults are supposed to learn how to be active and effective citizens.

Education helps and guide individuals to transform from one class to another. Empowered individuals, societies, countries by education are taking an edge over individuals stand on the bottom pyramid of growth.