There really seems to be a shortage of sources offering quality information about the Indian education system. While there are some government sites, they are outdated and hardly offer anything practically useful.
With that being said, SearchAllIndia seems to be a significantly better source for Indian students for learning more about the education system in the country. However, while it offers information about various important aspects of the Indian education system, it misses out on some crucial topics such as career advice and the best courses to go for in the country.
Messy and Distracted
Well, although it may sound weird to describe a blog using such words, it indeed seems to be the story when it comes to GoKhoj. Seemingly, it tries to cover way too many topics, without bothering about whether they are actually important enough for the potential readers or not.
Furthermore, as it tries to cover so many different topics without posting very frequently, it fails to offer in-depth or very detailed information about any topic, except maybe the importance of school and higher education in the country, which it claims to be based around.
However, as the blog itself has apparently realized, there’s a lot more to be talked about than just the importance of school and higher education. This is probably the reason it started covering more topics, but unfortunately, failed due to its approach lacking the required level of effectiveness.
SearchAllIndia hasn’t posted a single article this month, and if it continues to have a similar approach going forward, it may surely get outdated soon, just like the tons of other blogs based on Indian education.
Here’s an example: How to Pick the Best Backpack for College
Similarly, if it wants to stay up to date with all the latest trends in the Indian education system, it may also have to keep updating some of its earlier posts.
Still Useful All the Same
Well, finally, it’s important to mention that despite everything that has been said above, SearchAllIndia may turn out to be quite useful for Indian students. This is especially true given the lack of better alternatives as well as some of the important topics the blog covers.