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Solutions to the Problems in the Education Sector of India

Solutions to the Problems in the Education Sector of India

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Deepak Doddamani is founder and president of Ashwamedh Foundation. In this presentation he has shared some major problems in the Education Sector of India and Solutions to them.

Deepak Doddamani is founder and president of Ashwamedh Foundation. In this presentation he has shared some major problems in the Education Sector of India and Solutions to them.

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Solutions to the Problems in the Education Sector of India

  1. 1. Problems in Education Sector of India and Solutions for the same. - Mr. Deepak Doddamani Founder of Ashwamedh Foundation
  2. 2. Problems in Education sector of India -Deepak Doddamani Founder, Ashwamedh Foundation Email: ashwamedhfoundation@outlook.com Phone No: 9322269632 Website: www.ashwamedhfoundation.org
  3. 3. Indian Education Sector - India holds an important place in Global Education industry. - India has one of the largest higher education system in world. - India is on 2nd rank in e-learning - Education Market of India is currently valued at US$ billion and expected to reach $180 bn by 2020 - Total FDI in Education sector so far is US $1.42 bn from April 2000 to March 2017
  4. 4. Education System in India
  5. 5. Problems in Education Sector of India  Lack of Infrastructure o As per 2016 Annual Survey of Education Report (ASER),  95.2 % of schools are not yet compliant with the complete set of RTE infrastructure indicators.  3.5% schools in India had no toilet facility while only 68.7% schools had useable toilet facility.  75.5% of the schools surveyed had library in 2016, a decrease from 78.1% in 2014.  Percentage of schools with separate girls toilet have increased from 32.9% in 2010 to 61.9% in 2016.  74.1% schools had drinking water facility and 64.5% of the schools had playground
  6. 6. Curriculum issues  Modern education in India is often criticized for being based on rote learning rather than problem solving.  The whole focus is on cramming information rather than understanding it and analyzing it. It doesn’t instills independent thinking. It promotes rat race. It fails to build persona of students.  Industry faces a problem to find suitable employee as education provided is not suitable for directly working in industry.  Most of the schools students seemed to be spending majority of their time in preparing for competitive exams rather than learning or playing.  Almost 99% of pre-schools do not have any curriculum at all  Indian Education System fails to create Entrepreneurial mindset.  It doesn’t makes you employable. No skills training.
  7. 7. Issues related to Teachers  In the current system of education, there is a shortage of opportunities for creativity for lecturers. Excessive use of textbooks and external examinations, to the exclusion of the method of education, is partially liable for this.  Entire generations of teachers haven’t noted any other system and changes within the present system will meet with resistance.  In the Indian education system, a teacher’s success is based on the years of teaching experience, both of which do not necessarily correlate to a teacher’s skill set or competencies.  Teachers' training remains one of the most chaotic, neglected and deficient sectors of India's vast education system.  There is great deficiency in number as well as in the of quality teachers in India.  Teachers are not paid well
  8. 8. Other issues  Medium of language of Education  Grade Inflation  Costly higher Education  Gender Issues  Inadequate Government funding  Sports neglected  Vocational courses neglected  Corruption
  9. 9. Solutions to the Problems of Education Sector in India - Deepak Doddamani
  10. 10. Lack of Infrastructure  Government Should  Increase the funds in budget allocation on Education sector (currently it is 2.6% of GDP)  Audit and restructure existing facilities. Renovate old schools, acquire training facilities, build labs, libraries, toilets, water tanks etc.  Use Public Private Partnership, NGO Partnership to achieve this.
  11. 11. Lack of Funds  The World Bank is granting fund to promote literacy in India as well as for improving the conditions of education system. It is very important to use this fund transparently as well as correctly.  Over the financial year 2016-17, the central government allocated Rs 43,554 crores to school education and literacy, and Rs 28,840 crores to higher education.  Encourage CSR in Education sector
  12. 12. Lack of effective policies  The government has to take some strong step to remove policies that discriminate between sections of the society. On the same side they have to put more effort to bring out some effective policies so that they can improve the situation of Indian education system.  Govt. should give complete autonomy to institutes which are doing great job from several decades.  Educational policy need frequent update.
  13. 13. Lack of Ethics and Transparency  The level of corruption in education ministries and regulatory bodies needs to be taken seriously and tackled.  The level of exam malpractices needs to be curbed by a joint effort of the government and examination regulatory bodies.  People with high ethical standards and right attitude should be recruited
  14. 14. Lack of Quality in Teaching  Training of teachers to target areas of learning that can be worked on, computer- aided teaching and technology led learning has to be there.  Government need to facilitate this method by bringing about rules for continuous teacher quality upgradation system.  Teachers should not be burdened with administrative works, election work etc.  Recruitment, Training, Promotions, Incentive structure etc. should be centralized.
  15. 15. Lack of relevant Curriculum  Curriculums should be reviewed and encouraged. Practical Industry-linked curriculum should be encouraged.  Options for Subjects should be encouraged from Secondary School level  Independent thinking, creativity, entrepreneurial spirit, skills development, vocational training, effective use of technology etc. should be encouraged.  Focus on Value education, Personality Development, Sports, Curricular activities
  16. 16. Lack of Affordable Education  Fees of Private Schools, Coaching Classes, Professional Courses etc. should be regulated by creating proper guidelines.  Inclusive Education System should be created. Education should bring Social Equity – in gender, castes, financial status.  Education Mafias and Politicians should be discouraged from making
  17. 17. Lack of Competitiveness  Innovation and research in Education System in necessary to make it more relevant and upgraded.  Academicians, Scholars, Educationalists should be encouraged to join Policy Making boards of Government  More IITs, IIMs type institutions should be build in future.  Students Exchange Programs should be promoted.
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