Ziaullah Dost
What is the difference between (knowledge) and (education)?
Apr 29, 2011 9:20 AM
Answers · 2
Knowledge is what in left in your mind after your education. Education is a process, knowledge should be a result in the synapses of someone's brains. Knowledge is - when you can fix a car. Or you can name the nine planets of the Solar system. And you know how to shoot the enemy when you fight a street battle in Lybia, I mean how to find and kill the US instructors.
April 29, 2011
By definition 'knowledge' is both the facts, information and skills we acquire through experience and education as well as the awareness and understanding we gain through experience and familiarity. Education is the knowledge or skill that we acquire through a systematic learning process or progamme of instruction most often with the assistence of a teacher or instructor within an institution of education such as a school, university, college etc.
April 29, 2011
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Ziaullah Dost
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English, Pashto, Persian (Farsi)
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