The onset of globalization, If we want our country to play a significant role in rapidly changing global realities, we must rethink and redesign our education system and implement it as soon as possible. A well-designed STEM curriculum should be adopted and implemented as per the needs of the industry of the future.
We can certainly seize the opportunity provided by the current reality as the world's second-most populous country with unrivaled talent and culture, as well as the world's largest young population. To take advantage of the opportunities and benefits that STEM education can bring to India, the government and other organizations must work together.
Now the government of India focusing on campaigns like the "Make in India" Innovation Mission, there is now a focus on developing innovation and manufacturing beginning in schools. This is the ideal time for India to rise to the occasion and foster an environment of application-based learning and innovation among schools, students, colleges, and teachers.
In India, the link between engineering, technology, and entrepreneurship is missing. Before India can truly benefit from these global opportunities, it must overcome several extremely difficult and pressing challenges to develop STEM skills on a large scale. One of the most difficult aspects of implementing STEM education is designing infrastructure, curriculum, and providing children with the best possible guidance and support.
Upon realizing the potential of STEM programs, several organizations such as the all India council for robotics and automation have decided to initiate the transition by introducing programs in several areas of science and technology such as robotics, IoT, and so on.