Kerala, the Learning Space for India!

Education is the process by which people acquire knowledge, skills, abilities, social values, beliefs, morals, values, beliefs, and practices through various processes. Educational systems include training, teaching, storytelling, discussion, guided activity and supervised research. Learning can be through reading, writing, listening, seeing and touching. The development of a child starts from his childhood and education encompasses all aspects of life. The following are the stages of education.


Pre-school education is necessary for children to have a basic understanding of the concepts and basic activities related to learning. Pre-school education ensures that children are equipped with the basic learning skills. This stage of education also enables them to develop social and individual personality traits. This stage of education has a direct connection with the daily experience of the child. Parents play an important role in shaping the personality of their child during the pre-school education.

After the early childhood education, there is a need for establishing a solid foundation to support the child’s intellectual and social development. A solid foundation of general knowledge helps a child to develop his job skills and builds a sound foundation for his academic performance in school. Strenuous effort is put into ensuring that children are well-informed. Government plays an important role in ensuring that the quality of schooling prevails in every state. Many public colleges and universities to conduct rigorous research on issues related to the education system and provide recommendations on how to improve the condition of the education system.

The quality of education varies in different states and regions. The curriculum and teaching practices adopted in different areas have varying impacts on the learning experiences of students. A good quality education system helps us to understand ourselves and others better and it teaches us how to solve problems by properly applying our learning experiences. The curriculum helps us to learn about different types of learning experiences and we also learn about the importance of diversity in our society.

In addition to the social media has been playing a major role in shaping the way we learn. An informal education system is formed through the daily experience and interaction with others. Students take part in discussions, they help in planning activities and they take part in projects. The experience of learning through the informal education process helps in developing a sense of responsibility in individuals and encourages them to think creatively. Participants in the informal education are more likely to use technology and participate in social media.

While the quality of informal learning varies across the states, most of them focus on the promotion of social equity and advancement of individual and community interests. Education in Kerala focuses on promoting awareness of the rights of the people and promotion of a tolerant society, thereby promoting good child health and hygiene and improving the conditions of the mentally retarded. In Kerala, parents are expected to be active participants in the education decision-making process at both the primary and the secondary school levels. At the primary school level, parents play an important role in determining the mode of learning and interact with their children at the playground and share practical life lessons. At the secondary school level, parents play an even greater role in ensuring that their children are provided with the best quality education by choosing schools and interacting with teachers and other parents at the schools.