Q.4 The Indian education system suffers from many ills. One of the major issues is the focus on ‘‘rote learning’, which has been the staple of the Indian education system for many years. While many Indians have attained success despite this system, simply being able to recall information is not enough in today’s world when that information is instantly available to anyone on a mobile phone. A survey of 200 Indian and foreign companies found that only 14% of Indian graduates were prepared for the workforce, largely because most graduates were unable to apply their knowledge to solve real-world problems. In this context, answer the following questions: (a) What are the consequences of ‘rote learning’ on the educational development of young students in the country? (b) Suggest measures that can be taken to address this issue. (20 Marks)

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  • Give a brief overview of the case.
  • Highlight the consequences of ‘rote learning’ on the educational development of young students.
  • Mention the measures that can be taken to address the issue.
  • Conclude accordingly.
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