AbstractHuman beings are classified often as homo sapiens, with rationality as the distinguishing character of human species. Sense knowledge and sense striving are common to many animals and human beings while intellectual knowledge is species specific to human beings, by which we make reflectively the distinction between what seems to be the case and what is the case. Knowledge is described differently as the facts, information, understanding and skills that a person has acquired through experience or education, an organized body of information shared by people in a particular field, the awareness of a fact or situation, apprehended truth, etc. Education is a process of learning and consequently one comes to know various facts, ideas, theories, skills, etc. as part of one's growth and development, and that of the society. Education not only helps an individual realizing one's potential and talents but also imparts one's culture and tradition from one generation to another. As social beings our knowledge is both from experience and experts. No one could live only by personally verified truths.