Why doesn’t the current education system create a Vivekananda?

Every system is designed by someone, for some purpose. Can you blame the car if it doesn’t travel to the moon?

Why? Isn’t it a serious shortcoming that the car isn’t able to fly up to the moon? Why don’t you blame it? Because that was not the designed goal. The car is perfectly fine at doing what it has been designed to do.

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