Educational status in Govt primary and secondary schools in India
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The economically deprived section of the society are at a double disadvantage with low levels of education combined with low quality education.
There is a significant difference between the rich and the poor regarding educational status. The average graduate from the government sector institutions can not even write an application with confidence. The government policy of not demoting a student up to class 8th to prevent dropouts has only made the situation worse. They can not achieve any good at 10+2 level and after graduation they fail to get any job. This only distracts and discourages students from the lower socioeconomic section to take education and they end up with early livelihood as labour class and other means.
On the contrary the rich avail all the facilities in education in the private sector and enjoy employment and achievement in every field.
The rich is getting richer and the poor is becoming poorer. ...a vicious cycle.
The Government of India _Central as well as State have all the infrastructure and manpower in primary and secondary schools. Only a change in the educational curriculum and system can help the whole Nation to develop differently.
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