EDUCAV GROUP ANSWERS Why to invest in knowledge

One of the starting points of a student protest – that knowledge is not a commodity – cannot be defended. Knowledge is certainly a commodity because it sells and achieves its price in the market, depending on supply and demand, and quality. Every student who claims today that knowledge is not a commodity after graduation, and without it, will sell their knowledge and make a living from it, whether they work in the profession or not. After all, that is the primary goal of education.

EduCav Group, as a leading leader in the field of investment in knowledge, believes that the view that knowledge is worthwhile if you look at the situation in the long run. This is why it takes a lot of time and energy to scatter knowledge throughout the Middle East.

The usefulness of education must be assessed from two aspects: that of the individual and that of the social. Education certainly benefits the individual, so this would justify paying for (part of) the educational process since the individual buys knowledge that they will later resell at a higher price.

Therefore, there must be a social interest in educating as many experts as possible which means that the state must invest enough resources to provide education for all who meet certain qualification thresholds, i.e. free of charge – available. That is not a situation that is dominant in the Middle East. Education is not a natural right, but a right that is acquired through qualifications. EduCav Group recognizes the importance and importance of investing ourselves in the knowledge process and provides maximum support on the path of self-development.

EduCav supports successful young people – students. Later, when they graduate, they will be the most promising part of society. By investing in them, we are investing in the future of us all. Investing in knowledge will never be an investment, knowledge is power and the only lasting capital.

We who spend money to educate students have the opportunity to give back some of what our ancestors have invested in us. It is our moral debt to past generations and at the same time an example to be followed by our descendants.

If you were asked who is the most powerful man in the world, what would you answer him? EduCav would answer that there is no one more powerful than a man who knows and who knows he does not know, recognizing at the same time his limitations. There is no limit to such a man. Many students face a range of existential problems. The lack of practice, among other things, is highlighted as a problem since truly applicable knowledge is born only in the combination of theory and practice.

Nowadays, when there is a sea of information and an endless river of new data, one wonders how to choose the useful one. Today, when the amount of knowledge is measured not by the letters and pages of the Book of All Books, but by the quadrillions of units of computer memory, when more than 30 billion photographs have been made in the last hundred years since the creation of photography and when refrigerators already have a built-in Internet, how to find a way to information we need? We have so much to offer, and what is needed?

The idea behind the EduCav Group is – Knowledge is not just what you read in books, knowledge is an experience! To live, you need to learn to communicate. From an early age, in babies, we recognize a certain, non-verbal type of communication, which in many moments was not clear to us, but we were grateful for that form of expression. As babies grew into boys and girls and later into humans, communication was easier because it was verbal and it was clear what one wanted and thought.

However, the business environment has imposed on individuals the feeling of having to work on their communication, enhancing it, and thus responding to business challenges. The environment is extremely dynamic, changes are present every day, so, logically, we as individuals must change and adopt new trends.

EduCav is different. All students, sooner or later, realize that the knowledge and skills they will master in educational programs are not sentences or tips that they can read on a portal or in a book. This is the knowledge of people who have faced the communication crisis, have experience in public relations, and have been learning about it all their lives. It can certainly help to readily welcome and respond in the right way. One thing is for sure, students want to thrive, grow and develop. EduCav wants and can enable it.

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