Mumbai: Actor Emraan Hashmi, who is playing the lead role in the forthcoming film
Mumbai: Actor Emraan Hashmi, who is playing the lead role in the forthcoming film “Cheat India”, says that the formal education system of India is not good enough for the growth of young minds and believes that such education cannot be a prerequisite for success.
Asked what’s his opinion on the relevance of formal education, Emraan told IANS here: “I know some of the stupidest people on earth who had great formal education. I also come across some of the smart and brightest individuals who had no great formal education and degrees. Formal education is not a norm that gets you success in life.”
“I think in the present time, the formal education that we are practising in the mainstream, is a waste of time. Just because in a building, a group of people promoting some kind of source for learning, does not mean our students are learning a great thing.
“Our education system is still practising something that can only deliver average homegrown clerk that used to happen in the British era. That is not how we can develop young minds…no sorry!” added the “Murder” actor.

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