Lacunae in the Indian Education System

Aishwarya Sandeep

The leaders, ever since independence, have expressed their opinions on the importance of education of Indians. While the rest of the leading developed countries alongside our colonisers, the British had a functioning and well established system, the system in India was the total opposite. The British, while setting up various universities and institutions, did not take into account the diversity, the size or the needs of the population they wanted to teach. An educated population was also mostly a threat to their colonial rule.

Coming to the present day scenario, there are plenty of school, colleges and universities that a person can seek education from and in most cases, the age gap is not an encumbering factor. This has helped the system to educate the masses in a much better way as government schools, colleges and universities are affordable to the masses.

However, while the current education system has helped…

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