Is there any causality between the availability of the extent of knowledge attained with the financial health of the individual? It is an old question of Haves and Have-nots. India though seems externally polished at least in different towns is still struggling with huge dropouts from Schools to colleges to higher Educational Institutes.
The knowledge distribution hence the access to everything in the society including the income, status, job etc., is still in the small core circle of people, who have access to wealth. Majority are still dropping out of knowledge realm for the want of fees, forced for following and leading the normal or below normal routine life with small jobs to just sustain, marriage, sharing of ancestor’s property, rearing of family, following old tradition without any touch of modernity and death. The vicious cycle is deadly and their children still suffer the same problem of funds and guidelines to accept the fait-accompli.
Knowledge seekers will have to be supported for raising the standard of the society and ultimately ourselves.
The lucky few who have the knowledge and vouch to have the in-depth idea of at least one or more areas of knowledge much join together to draw out a chart or a road map for the seekers to follow and save time in exploring in their own way with their own limited resources. India can come out with a concept of thorough guideline (passports) for each path of knowledge from beginning to the end with all possible offshoots of the knowledge tree. How many such trees can we grow? Incase we can, this itself will change a huge set of mindsets where they can not figure out as to what lies ahead. Let us join to make it happen.