Indian servant class was intended to be created by the British educational system; modifications are still required. Mr. Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi says education system should provide the necessary human resources to propel the country forward . He said the purpose of the country's education system was only to provide jobs .

VARANASI, April 15 (via Facebook): Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday that the British gave the country a learning system to produce a servant class to serve their own needs, and that a significant amount of it has already remained unchanged.Modi said at a summit here on the adoption of the National Education Policy (NEP), the system should not only produce degree holders, but also provide the necessary human resources to propel the country forward.The purpose of the country's education system, he said, was only to provide jobs.This education system was provided by the British to prepare a servant class for themselves to meet their needs.

According to the Prime Minister, we should not just produce degree-holding youths, but also develop our education system so that we have the required workforce to propel it forward.Modi said that children now rely on Google to deter others.In our universities, we should have a mechanism in place so that students arrive there in the next few years with what they need, he said.We must dig into the specifics of the issues and problems and seek solutions.

India has a chance to be a world education destination, he said.At the summit, called the Akhil Bharatiya Shiksha Samagam, the PM said that new thoughts and new ideas should be discussed.Over 300 educationists gather together, including vice-chancellors and executives from public and private universities, to discuss the implementation of NEP 2020.The summit included Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, and Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.