Advantages And Disadvantages Of Indian Education

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Privatization is not a new term it existed even before independence. We can see that before independence the education was being run by the public schools and Christian missionary schools and colleges. The schools were to be managed by their own management without having any interference. After the independence, education became expanded. The responsibilities of education are being taken by the central and state government. They established the government aided schools. The privatization has given a many opportunities and challenges to educational institutions in India .The Globalization has also motivated many of foreign universities and educational institutions to initiate the establishment of their branches in India.
In Today’s era we are focusing more on educating the children of all the sections of society including Dalit and tribal community.So the need of schooling has been increased but the standards of government schools has been degraded the quality of the schooling, teaching learning strategies has been declined.There is lack of infra structure facilities in government schools .So all these drawbacks have an adverse effects on the education of students.
According to Lant Pritchett, a Harvard economist says that 93% children in India are now in schools. The SRI survey data, he finds that 53% of all children in urban India are in private schools. Due to the non- availability of the resources or due to in-adequate infrastructure and other resources the students take

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