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India has always been the cradle of learning. The Indian Education scene dates back to the guru-shishya system. Nalanda University happens to be the most ancient university-system in the world. Western education became embedded into Indian society as a result of the British colonial rule.




Indian Education Scenario Holds a Promising Future
Indian Education Scenario Holds a Promising Future


At present India can boast of having nearly 400 universities, above 17,000 colleges, 13 institutes of national importance and a plethora of vocational institutes. It goes without saying that the Indian education system is one of the largest in the world. Many articles of the Indian Constitution have declared education as a fundamental right of the citizens.

India also attracts a large number of foreign students because of the following advantages in its educational system:
India education is quite low in cost in comparison with many other countries.
Though the quality of education is not similar throughout the country there are some educational institutes in India that offer education at par with global standards. The Indian government is also making attempts to establish more such premium institutes that can provide quality education in India.
Financial assistance in the form of various education loans, scholarships, and other financial aids are available for studying in India.
The Indian government offers consultation service to international students via Education Consultants of India or Ed.CIL. This makes it possible to get all the necessary information regarding the visa, Indian education system, duration, cost of education, accommodation facilities etc even before coming to India.

Despite its promising aspects, the Indian educational system is still facing some tough challenges such as the following:

1. Improving access and quality of education at all levels.
2. To increase funds, especially in case of higher education,
3. To improve literacy rates.
4. The resource crisis that leads to poor infrastructure
5. Poverty is a social stigma that makes education beyond the reach of the poor. The rich people, on the other hand, can educate their children easily. This creates a divide in the society. Due to several economic and social problems, the Indian education program continues to be destabilized. The main victims of these problems are the people who live in rural areas. Improper allocation of government funds and the miserable state of the destitute rural schools leads to a low quality of education for the rural children.
6. A study reports that merely 25% of Indian-trained engineers and only15% of accounting and professionals have the actual skills that are needed to work for multi-national companies. The study also highlighted the miserable quality of education in several private colleges. The main reason behind this dismal scenario is that the curriculum is not in harmony with the industrial requirement.
7. Paradoxically, while the Indian institutes of technology and management are world-class, the primary and secondary schools in rural areas are struggling to get enough staff.

If these serious problems are tackled in a methodical way then the targets that have been set in the field of Indian education can be easily met.

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