It’s fairly disastrous that the instruction framework — in India — as well as over the world winds up laying an excessive amount of accentuation on verifying great stamps or landing decent evaluations. Be that as it may, it’s not constantly about the evaluations as an A tweet from a PhD understudy from University of California, Berkeley featured. The tweet got an astounding notice from none other than Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
Saraphina Nance, who is an astronomy understudy, two days back, tweeted about an episode on how she scored 0 on a quantum material science test. She tweeted, “4 years ago I got a 0 on a quantum physics exam. I met with my professor fearing i needed to change my major & quit physics. Today, I’m in a top tier astrophysics Ph.D. program & published 2 papers. STEM is hard for everyone—grades don’t mean you’re not good enough to do it.”
The tweet grabbed the eye of Sundar Pichai, who answered to her tweet and stated, “Well said, and so inspiring”
A year ago Pichai had shared his perspectives on training in an article for NBC News. “We should make sure that the next generation of jobs are good jobs, in every sense,” Pichai composed. ” Rather than thinking of education as the opening act, we need to make sure it’s a constant, natural and simple act across life — with lightweight, flexible courses, skills and programs available to everyone.”
He additionally said that with the approach of innovation, it was crucial to make training a “continuous process.” Pichai expressed, “In the past, people were educated and learned job skills, and that was enough for a lifetime. Now, with technology changing rapidly and new job areas emerging and transforming constantly, that’s no longer the case. We need to focus on making lightweight, continuous education widely available. This is just as crucial to making sure that everyone can find opportunities in the future workplace.”