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Sunday, 25 October 2009
Essay 018 (Is education more important than health for development))
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following
wealth of a nation is said to depend on the health of its citizens. Yet, in the
modern knowledge-based economies of the world, education is more and more being
seen as the main force in the development of all countries.
Do you share this view?
Give reasons for your answer
and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
You should write at least 250 words.
A nation with a healthy
population that could actively participate in the development the state was
traditionally considered wealthy. However, today there are several other
factors and among them education is the major force that can lead to the
comprehensive development of a country.
most developed countries we find that most people lead a healthy life in terms
of availability of essential nutrients and healthcare facilities whereas in
many developing and underdeveloped countries often the situation is the
opposite. Yet, countries likeChina andIndia are
trying to equip their citizens with higher levels of education, which they
think is the easiest way to achieve the status of a developed country. In the
modern knowledge based world economy, rich countries like theUnited
now giving greater importance to churning out educated graduates in all areas,
which is crucial for research and development and effective implementation of
developmental projects. This definitely would mean that educated professionals
do play a significant role in today’s concept of progress.
addition, although health can be considered as one of the benchmarks of
development, for further development in modern economic scenario, a sound
education system is a mandatory requirement. Or else, countries would lag
behind in the modern race for supremacy in the information technology driven
world. This could even lead to a situation where the so called developed
countries would not be able to match the fast pace of development in this area.
This could easily be seen in the superior figures of economic growth in
countries likeIndia andChina,
whereas the growth rate in developed countries, where policy planners have not
given proper consideration to have highly educated professional force, is
in the modern technologically driven economies of the world, an educated and
highly skilled workforce is key to progress and prosperity.