Reconstruction of Scattered Worlds | We Urgently Need Another Renaissance to Solve Global Problems Like COVID-19


This will ensure that the types of Indian innovation will blend into its history.

The evolution of knowledge is based on its strong backwardness and further relationship. However, one of the flaws in the pedagogy developed over the last century is the narrow specialization in both the natural and social sciences. A left-handed specialist doctor says he doesn’t know about the right hand.

By artificial intelligence, we were on the threshold of the Fourth Industrial Revolution when Kovid-1P (epidemic) came across the country (or continent). Now we are going through the third revolution on the basis of increasingly advanced digital technology. The dissemination and quality of knowledge is the basis of all three revolutions, but even more so for the fourth revolution.

Further, there is a misconception that the proliferation of digital applications will lead one to a ‘knowledge society’. Instead, a renaissance like the movement will have to start again to ban narrow specialization and move towards a multilateral agenda. Be it, Leonardo da Vinci or Michelangelo, multi-specialization supernatural intelligence supported the first Renaissance movement.

At the pinnacle of internal knowledge with the Renaissance, the equity should also be an integral part of the social architecture of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Only then will we be able to meet any social challenge with the current covid-1p (epidemic) social inclusion all over the country (or across the continent).

It is difficult to measure the state of knowledge in society, but it is certainly related to the investment of science and technology. Expanding the world of knowledge, the Soviet Union launched the first artificial satellite (Sputnik) on October 4, 1977. The immediate response of the US was free from its technical complacency.

The U.S. Congress founded NASA, and the U.S. National Defense Education Act poured billions of dollars into science education by providing low-interest loans to students pursuing higher education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

Thus, despite President Donald Trump’s reluctance to emigrate to live permanently, he has strengthened a policy that allows highly qualified STEM professionals from around the world to attend American universities and the corporate sector. Similarly, in Britain, the Tory government created eight new universities to close the gap in scientific knowledge.

The developed world knows that forward (higher education) education depends on the addition of backward (backward) to backward (school). Thus the public school system in the developed world, including the United States, is extremely good. Indeed, budget spending on education is often an election agenda in those countries.

In the late ’90s, Tony Blair ran a national election on an agenda to strengthen schooling. Shortly after being elected for a second term, he declared in May 2001 that “our top priority is education, education, education ला making Britain a learning society”. He further said, “School children should learn the joy of life, the joy of music, the excitement of sports, the beauty of art, the magic of science”.

The aim was originally to connect children with the Renaissance Foundation, avoiding narrow specializations. Graduation ceremonies in Western universities always emphasize a social commitment to education. For individual students, this is truly a memorable event where parents, friends, and relatives celebrate.

In India, beyond those broad educational objectives, children should also bring to the fore the glorious traditions of the country. This will ensure that the types of Indian Renaissance are mixed in its history.

Take two incidents to show how committed society is to children’s education. For years in Japan, at the Kya-shirataki station on Hokkaido Island, there was only one passenger a day – a girl from her high school class. Recently, in Kottayam, Kerala, government-owned 70-seater boats took Kanjiram to a lonely girl from Alappuzha’s box in the last days, just so as not to miss her matriculation exam.

The countries of North America, Europe, and China today are at the pinnacle not only of their ‘hard (military) strength’ but also of their ‘soft power’ based on knowledge. In addition to knowledge, it also embraces ‘soft power’ culture, art, music, film, etc.

Bismarck could not only gain German supremacy through ‘coal and iron’, he also had the ‘soft power’ of Marx and Freud. Max Weber, Beethoven, or Einstein. In the Indian context, there are names like Homi Bhabha, Srinivas Ramanujan, Amartya Sen, Ravi Shankar, Satyajit Ray, and Zubin Mehta and others who have enhanced India’s reputation as a ‘soft’ knowledge power.

In the context of the Knowledge Society, it is also necessary to revisit Jack Dealers who wrote the 1996 UNESCO report on education. Many of the stresses for people created by technological, economic, and social changes – have led to “global and local; Universal and specific; Tradition and modernity; Spiritual and material; The need for competition and the ideal of equality of opportunity ”.

The report suggests that this is the ability to assimilate extended knowledge. As a holistic approach to education, the report suggests an innovative concept of ‘lifelong learning’: (a) learning to learn; (B) learning to do; (C) learning to be; And (d) learning to live together.

This test of the Dealers Committee is a strategy to ensure an ideal knowledge society, capable of ensuring the survival and progress of human civilization, by overcoming all the adversities in the present Covid-1 of.

Disclaimer: The views expressed above are those of the author.


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