ducation is the key to success this is well known to everybody and is right in one or the other way.
Education is not just to read and write but to make use of it for our own advantages and to utilize the knowledge for the growth. Also one can lead their own life without depending on others. It is not about making people literate, as literacy is entirely different from education.
UNICEF on Education
Key areas of work in education include:
Gender-equitable access to quality education from early childhood to adolescence, including for children with disabilities, marginalized children and those living in humanitarian and emergency settings.
Learning and skills:
Quality learning outcomes and skills development that come from strong education systems and innovative solutions.
Emergencies and fragile contexts:
Improved learning and protection for children in emergencies and on the move.
To build a world in which every child learns, UNICEF will increasingly promote equity and inclusion. This includes making targeted efforts for children who are excluded on the basis of gender, disability, poverty, ethnicity and language, as well as those who are displaced or affected by emergencies.
“Education is nothing but studying different kinds of subjects to gain knowledge and understanding and trying to apply it in daily life”.
Also, education is not only gaining book knowledge but also can be learned practically. Education doesn’t mean to just go to schools and colleges daily and attend exams, it is meant for gathering knowledge and relating it to our lives.
EDUCATION is an important part of everybody’s life as it helps in the development but there are some stories which state that education is not compulsory to own a business.
Let’s get started with stories which can change the perspective of your thinking towards EDUCATION and SUCCESS
There are many Entrepreneurs who did not attend or finish college outnumbered those with higher-education degrees across both genders and in every age group.
These business owners don’t uniformly express a dislike for higher education. In fact, even though less than half of business owners have received a college degree, the 44 percent that have put them ahead of the general population, where 1 out of every 3 adults has a college degree or more education, according to Census data.
Learning is not education
Learning is massively different than being educated. Education fills our heads with information, while learning transforms our lives and the world around us with grounded and applied intelligence.
If you want to have your head filled with facts, get an education. If you want to learn, change lives and/or make money, you’re better off apprenticing with someone who’s done it. They won’t try to educate you, they’ll just make sure you are effective and becoming something you aren’t, yet.
Business is one of the soft sciences where education is least correlated with success. Dropouts from college (or people who never went) start hugely successful companies all the time.
INSPIRING STORIES SOME FAMOUS ENTREPRENEURS
The Microsoft founder, who is worth an estimated $80 billion, is the most successful college dropout in the world. Gates left Harvard in 1975 to found Microsoft with Paul Allen. He received an honorary degree from Harvard in 2007 and has since publicly said,
“Although I dropped out of college and got lucky pursuing a career in software, getting a degree is a much surer path to success.”
Whenever I see this information about Bill Gates and college, it just calls out to me to think about and mention a couple of points.
In the fall of 2005, Mark Zuckerberg told the Harvard Crimson “I’m not coming back.’’ Zuckerberg left school in order to work on his startup thefacebook.com. Today, the Harvard dropout is worth approximately $34 and the startup that he founded is worth more than $200 billion.
Mahesh has spent 29 years helping big brands with the marketing counsel, and 13 years helping startups with marketing counsel and funding too. He spent his 19 years have been in digital media. Mahesh dropped out of Osmania University, sold vacuum cleaners door to door . He won notoriety and awards as Creative Director on Unilever, The Economist, Pepsi and MTV for whom he wrote and shot a series of top award-winning commercials. He is now the founder of an advertising company Pinstorm which is an ad firm offering pay-for-performance solutions to companies across the world.
The brain behind Housing.com’s rise, Rahul Yadav is one of the co-founders of the company and a dropout in his fourth year (seventh semester) from IIT Bombay. This didn’t deter him from stopping what he wanted to achieve. He knew that he was building a brand and working to solve a problem which no one ever tackled head-on. Being in a mire of controversies, he has played it cool, be it resigning or then taking it back or giving away half of his shares to his employees. This guy has a brash attitude with a load of confidence.
HENCE , there are many others businessman who are doing so well in their work and as we know education is an important thing but self-learning and creative mind with gaining confidence within our self to achieve something in life .
Schooling does not always lead to learning. Worldwide, there are more non-learners in school than out of school. What makes business owners successful? According to research, education doesn’t show up in the top five.
Millions of higher degree recipients make less during their careers than people who dropped out of high school. And millions who never finished high school make huge impacts and a lot of money.
How important is education for business owners and entrepreneurs?
Education for entrepreneurs
The educational needs of an entrepreneur differ from those of a business owner, but not great. A business owner will often be in control of a fleet of staff, whereas an entrepreneur could be working autonomously or outsourcing parts of their business maintenance to others with the appropriate education/qualifications.
Education for business owners
There are a variety of courses and degrees which business owners can complete; they range from GCSEs in Business Studies, through to masters and doctorates. One example of a qualification business owners often look to complete several years after they graduate is an MBA (Master of Business Administration). These courses can often be studied part-time over two years so that you can still organize your business on top of studying!
So we can say with this study that both the points have there positives and negatives. It’s all in the head. It is on the person who decides to do well in business to make a profit and benefit the nation’s economy. Education is the key but learning is something everyone should do and never resist one’s self to that.
..KEEP LEARNING KEEP GROWING ..