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Through this book, I humbly make an attempt to bring to the notice of Indians and the educational fraternity in the world at large, as to the difficulties faced by children who study in the regional language medium up to the tenth standard and then are made to study in the English medium from college.
I was born in a village named Kangrali B.K., in Belgaum district, Karnataka. I did my schooling in the regional language education system up to the tenth standard. On attending college, I found that all the subjects were in English. This was very much new to me. During my school days I was never exposed to spoken or written English properly. I had only a basic knowledge of English.
With the result, at college, I was unable to understand what the lecturers were teaching in English. My mind was unable to relate properly with the English study books. Due to this drawback I was unable to score more than the minimum number of marks required for passing the examination; though my academic record in school where I studied in the regional language was excellent. In spite of facing great hardships, I was able to secure a degree in Mechanical Engineering with Maths and Physics.
To this day, I am very much depressed for not being able to effectively communicate in English. This set me thinking that a universal English Education system should be brought into place throughout India and the manner in which we should go about it. Hence this book.
This study of mine will be very useful to India and other countries which suffer from lack of understanding the English language. This study of mine includes a grammar book on English and another on language science.
I fail to understand that though I am frequently corresponding with the President of India, the Human Resource Development Ministry and the White House; they are taking this matter very lightly, whereas I think it is of a serious social nature.
It may be observed that this matter is being hotly debated in the daily newspapers. I finally decided to publish this book titled “How Should the India Education System Be?” - in the public interest of India’s children. I respectfully request the people of India to consider this matter at the appropriate level.