Education & Training

I believe, High quality primary Education to all is most important than discussing other areas. The reason for all the shortfalls of this country is bigger percentage is uneducated. There is a good network of government schools, what it needs an upgrade and good teachers. This should be first step in development. Only when our population is educated, they learn to empathise and this lead to prosperity and growth. more  

Cosmetics won't do...we need a paradigm shift for education...it needs to be redefined all over. We ought to move with time....needs to crack hard on these mushrooming business & private schools who are here for a kill. more  
Government should partner with social entrepreneurs and NGO's/SHG's to provide affordable education in rural areas.
Use of technology to provide e-education and online courses
Run a 'Literacy Mission' program/campaign in a 'BIG' way in rural areas more  
There is a significant disconnect between what the industry "needs" and what the education system "teaches". A greater coordination between the 2 would ensure that along with education, tomorrow's Indians would acquire "skills" along with "marks and certificates" more  
yeah...when base is strong then young generation also became strong....our society needs to improve government primary schools......there is so many gov. school in India but very few students come to study and that is disaster in India.....Our gov. have need to improve our school education...This became great change in society.... more  
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