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Development

Oxford Dictionary has defined that the word development as the growth into a higher, fuller and mature
condition.
Development means growth of a social structure towards progress. In any society change in direction of
progress are called development. Development is a dynamic change in a society which aims to achieve
higher conditions in every sphere of life. (Vidyarthi, 1981)
Development is conceived as an aspect of change that is desirable, broadly predicted or planned and
administered or influenced by governmental action (Montogomery, 1994)
Development means change plus growth (Colm G. and Geiger T. , 1962)

Change
Oxford Dictionary has defined that the word change as to make or become different or move from one
to another.

Education vs Learning
Education is what people do to you. Learning is what you do for yourself (Joi Ito, 2014)
Education. The process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university
(Oxford Dictionary)
Learning. The acquisition of knowledge or skills through experience, study, or by being taught (Oxford
Dictionary)

Development vs. Change


In context|countable|lang=en terms the difference between change and development is that change is
(countable) a transfer between vehicles while development is (countable) something which has
developed.
In context|uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between change and development is that change is
(uncountable) money given back when a customer hands over more than the exact price of an item while
development is (uncountable) the process of developing; growth, directed change.
As nouns the difference between change and development is that change is (countable) the process of
becoming different while development is (uncountable) the process of developing; growth, directed
change.
In brief, development is a process of improving the well-being of the people. It is about raising the
standard of living of the people, improving their education and health, and also opening out them to new
and equal opportunities for a richer and more varied life.
Development is progressive, always, while change is not necessarily progressive in nature.

Education vs Learning
Education can be said to be a process through which a society passes on the knowledge, values and skills
from one generation to another. Learning can be defined as the acquiring of new skills, knowledge, and
values.
Both learning and education has a great influence on the mind and character of an individual. However,
learning is the basic instinct possessed by all individuals, and, on the the other hand, education is acquired
by individuals.
Education is the process of imparting knowledge, values, skills and attitudes, which can be beneficial to
an individual. On the contrary, learning is the process of adopting knowledge, values and skills.
Learning is said to be an ongoing process. An individual is always learning, from his birth till his death.
Education is something that one gets at some point in their life. Another thing that can be said, is that
learning is an informal process, and education is a formal process.
Education is something that an individual gets from an outside source. On the other hand, learning is
something that evolves in the inner self. Education is something that one gets from a school or university;
education is related to classroom learning, and some other set standards. On the contrary, learning evolves
at the personal level, for which there are no set standards. A tutor imparts education, whereas an
individual learns from his surroundings.
Learning is knowledge gained through experience, and education is knowledge gained through teaching.
Education can be said to be well organised, whereas learning is something that is related to an individuals
perception.

1. Education is the process of imparting knowledge, values, skills and attitudes, which can be beneficial
to an individual. On the contrary, learning is the process of adopting knowledge, values and skills.
2. Learning is the basic instinct possessed by all individuals. On the the other hand, education is acquired
by individuals.
3. Learning is said to be an ongoing process. Education is something that one gets at some point in their
life.
4. Learning is an informal process, and education is a formal process.
5. Learning is knowledge gained through experience, and education is knowledge gained through
teaching.
6. Education is something that an individual gets from an outside source. On the other hand, learning is
something that evolves in the inner self.

The basic difference between education and learning is that they are achieved in different ways. On a
superficial level, one who is educated learns from that experience. However, the process of "learning" is
not the same as "being educated," since it is very possible to be educated and not learn anything.
Simply put, learning is the instinctive ability of the human mind to observe, process, and adjust to
information or experience. A person never stops learning, since new information is discovered and
processed every day, and the bulk of a person's ingrained knowledge comes from observation and
consideration.
Education, however, is a structured and specific method of passing on knowledge, and it doesn't work the
same way for everyone. To educate is to require a teacher from whom the knowledge is assumed to be
correct; a person can educate others, and be educated in turn.
One who is educated learns from the education process, regardless of what specifically is learned (the
learned knowledge might not be the intended lesson). One who learns does not necessarily need an
educator, only the ability to rationally process information. Both are methods of acquiring knowledge
through experience, but learning tends to be a personal endeavor, while education tends to be a social or
group endeavor.
Education is largely considered formal, a notion that shapes resources from the top down. Formalised
education flows start with an institution that offers accreditation and then provides resources and
groupings that meet that expressed goal. On the other hand learning starts with individuals and
communities. The desire to learn, a natural desire, is often constructed as informal learning and comes
from individuals or groups with interests, who may organise and access resources in pursuit of that
interest.