Focussing on improving the Indian education system through the provision of elementary skills and making students ready for tomorrow.
With a bachelor’s degree in law, Ritesh Rawal has expertise in the education sector, with a specific focus on transformation. His view of education systems encompasses innovative and disruptive solutions that can bring change across all sections of society. For years, Ritesh has been following one mantra: ‘Transforming education differently’ – which has been integrated as a core value in all his initiatives.
He believes in the concept of self-awareness over that of comparison, and for him every one has the unique potential of doing things differently in life.
Ritesh writes about how the Indian education system can be lifted in more than one way. According to him, the focus areas for transformation range from elementary skills like listening, speaking, reading, and writing, to improving the overall standard of rural education.
One of his most prominent takes has been on the increasing need for the latest technology in education. He has highlighted that the teaching process is placing a greater emphasis on learning through mediums like audio-visual. According to him, integration of technology in education to help rural students develop elementary skills would empower them to better deal with challenges in their daily lives. He has stated that, to improve the overall standard of rural education, it is crucial for a higher degree of focus on the development of the four major elementary skills.