The New Education Policy brings several significant changes to our education system in integration with our cultural requirement yet again, negating the fundamentals. Reminiscing the fact that one does rarely had any financial education or ample sexual education required to understand the financial world around and the growth and development of the human body at the cardinal age of adolescence respectively, verifies the list of priorities in Indian government. Despite the fact that both are kept on prime concern by UNSGSA and UNESCO respectively. Moreover, financial literacy and sex-education have a significant potential to change the nation-state by diminishing the cases of financial frauds concerning the correct evaluation of goods, property, and actual value of commodities in the market. Further, financial literacy is responsible to carry out plans or routine with better financial perspective paving a solid foundation for success or management, if mishaps. Precisely, the reason behind here is important. A set of knowledge and skills that equip an individual to manage the money effectively has been kept off from access and divulged at the age when grasping power reduces significantly, that too as you actively take part in the financial role. Considering the aforementioned fact, certain knowledge is concealed until death despite the latent ability to increase the standard and living and push the economy further for the greater good.
On the other hand, not embracing sex-education lead to knowledge with contaminations. Exposure to sexual content in disarray at a tender age is one of the many factors responsible for social evils. The fallacy to taboo sex-education put shadows on the natural biological requirement of the human body and change the regular flow from curiosity to knowledge to either fantasies, disgust or unison. Moreover, the denial by the education ministry in a country with over 1.4 Billion population express the animosity toward the subject.
The contemporary ‘Education Ministry’ had a chance to set things right, however, not utilised relatively. The fundamentals were ignored in blasphemy, to protect the culture of the nation-state. This signifies the complete ignorance of the hitherto rich culture of India. Moreover, the implementation of Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) will potentially throw off the base of the education system despite the allotment of six percent of the GDP. Foresee the dimension, subsequently after the affiliation and deemed status to be abolished. PPP models are oil to the hinges and can result in further commercialization of our fundamental right.