2 Minute Speech on Importance Of Education

According to WikipediaEducation is the process of the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, morals, beliefs, and habits”. This definition shows that education is not limited to books or educational institutions. Education is a lifelong journey of learning and acquiring knowledge.

Hello, all the people present here,

first of all, I would like to wish you all the best wishes for the day & also thank you all for having me a chance to speak a few words on education.

The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. said, Aristotle. Obviously, Education gives the best interest. The change brought by education can not be by anything else. It can change one’s life completely. Education is a weapon to enhance one’s life.

It is reasonably the most powerful tool to improve one’s life. A child’s education begins at home. It is a lifetime process that finishes with death. Most notably, Education is the key to solving a number of social issues like gender inequality, Child labour, blind faith & environmental issues.

If you see clashes between people, groups and communities. It means education is not performing well & there is a need to educate society. The importance of education is completely known that’s why education as a national policy is always given the first priority.

Education is a fundamental right of every Individual on this Planet. To reject this fact is wrong. Illiterate youth is the most critical thing for Humankind. The government is targeting right at the very cause of illiteracy and endeavouring hard to eradicate illiteracy.

I stop my speech here. I hope you like my words.

A Question- What is the Aim of Education?

Before going forward to the next speech let’s discuss about the aim of education. Have you ever asked yourself what is the aim of education? Didn’t you? Fine! let me tell you what I think about it. Education must have the aims listed below-

  1. To help you write and read,
  2. To help you learn how to learn,
  3. To help you find out your hidden talent and passion,
  4. To help you solve problems,
  5. To make you capable of making decisions,
  6. To help you distinguish between right and wrong,
  7. To encourage you to live life in accordance with nature,
  8. To help society and other living beings on the planet etc.

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