Education in India is divided into the private and public sector. Funding is obtained by central, state and local authorities. Under different sections of the Indian Constitution, the free education is the basic fundamental right of kids. It also states that children between 6 to 14 have compulsory education rights. The ratio of public schools over private schools in India is 7:5.
But what about Quality Education. HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said his dreams are about providing Quality Education and that is his main Agenda and focus.”Education is vital in sharpening the young of our country. When I am asked about my agendas it has only one focus “Providing Quality Education” He told media.
He was addressing the media at the “Young Makers Conclave” organized by SheTh People in partnership with Dalmia Bharat Group to highlight India’s need for innovation and revolution.
Prakash Javadekar said that he was happy that today’s youths are “educated and mindful and are finding new potential outcomes consistently.”Force of thoughts has a place in the mind of youths. They want to bring change in India, “he added. There is a need to change mindsets and break stereotypes. This can be done by sharing ideas, having debates and knowing the views of youths.
The educational system in India has four levels: lower primary level (age 6 to 10), upper primary level (11 and 12), high (13 to 15) and higher secondary (17 and 18).
Students need to take in typical educational modules to a great extent (with the exception of provincial changes in primary language) until the end of secondary school. Education in many states is given in their regional levels. Seeing new trend parents want their kid to study in English Medium schools. Indian governments spend huge in making reforms in Educational Sector. Digital classroom is a new initiative started by the government to provide quality education to students.