This same would not have happened if education system would have been privatized. Private universities must keep some quota for the students who can't afford the high fees structure of private universities so that every child get an education and none is left out. Thus, in every aspect the higher education should retain its value; hence should not be privatized. So, more than half the students aged between 16 and 17 years did not enroll for higher education after completing schooling. However, the teachers and children both have much mental pressure to achieve high score in these schools. Though government education helps us to how to stand like a kid but when the times comes to walk the government system pull its hands back to support.
The teachers insist that the government should keep on supporting the backward class otherwise the society will undergo a sea change and the class divide will increase. Now youths are going abroad for better studies instead of that there need to open thee best school colleges so that student have good amount off choice. In other words, the privatization of school education is rapidly churning out the children from high income groups into English medium 'public schools' while their counterparts from the poor and lower middle classes continue to go to State-run schools. Rate this: +16 -8 Sailes Dasmahapatra said: Feb 16, 2017 As per higher education is concerned, essential is the privatisation. It also churns out poor quality and false value systems.
Private institutions keep the cost of education high, despite restrictions on generating profit. The crisis also plays a significant role in the crash of key businesses and collapse of housing market, results in the delayed unemployment. Even Chile, which privatized education in 1981, has achieved 46. Data reveal that since elementary education was to be provided on a free and compulsory basis as per constitutional directive the recovery was expected to be negligible. India is a democratic country and our constitution declare every Indian as equal right.
The need to raise the tution fees to at least 20% of the recurring expenditure per student generally and at a still higher level in higher professional and technical courses is being advocated. Children admitted in Private Schools are studying at three places. Thus, the state indirectly subsidises education either through educational institutions or through the receiver of education. Rate this: +8 -3 Sony Minho said: Apr 5, 2016 In my pint of view. In other words, education at all levels is practically available at a nominal cost. Do you think you want to really compromise on quality in case of education. Education is milestone of every type of development.
There is no doubt that fees at state-run medical colleges are pitifully low and, therefore, they subsidies education of the more affluent sections of our society and thus there is a case for raising fees in such institutions, but this does not entitle the private entrepreneurs in education to charge such heavy capitation fees that it virtually denies equality of opportunity to the poor for professional education. So in my view privatization is not a problem but a requirement of country. Also merit basis admission should be preferred rather than donation. In 1980-81, about 22 per cent of higher education subsidy was a specific type. In private school quality of education is good but the problem is poor people cannot afford the fees so to make the system compatible they should give scholarships to poor and meritorious student to a large extent. Their main source of revenue has been hurt by the downturn, and that those universities would need to make hard decisions about how to spend their money.
As they do not attend regular classes and no training is given to them whereas Government teachers are employed in various non-educational works e. Although the quality of education can be more refined however it limits the check on these organizations whose primary aim is business that comes at the cost of high-end fees, commercialization of education and even misuse of power. Because the scenario in private is the one handful of money has only better access to education and somehow it does give an idea that a son of a farmer cannot dream high or rather stay a farmer only the one with affluent family and more connections can carve out there path in fields higher studies. While some have started criticizing the concept even before it has come to be defined and taken off the ground, others consider it very useful and indeed inevitable. So, it is important to observe the changes in education. Money is given prime importance.
Therefore it is better to have a public monopoly rather than a private monopoly which can exploit the consumer. Their was a report in the newspaper that 58% are not able to pass basic English test of 7th standard so how we expect from them to get a job in good company and that is the reason that in India 70 to 80% graduate are unemployed. They are not interested to educate the students. The unfortunate part of the present situation is that even promotions have become automatic- based on the years of service put in and the competitive spirit of achieving higher academic merit either from advanced reading or research is being relegated to the background. To persuade the users of the output of educational institutions to contribute towards the funding of educational expenditure.
Gradually over the last twenty years the policy has worked its way to bring about the targeted change with the constant support of the government. The solutions for the below mentioned Issues, Challenges and Concerns of Higher Education in India discussed in this paper would improve the status of Higher education system in India. Today private education becomes a business. So, government should make a policies just like don't make a senior teacher permanent. Higher education that encourages quality learning is essential for the growth of economy.
As same if the privatization of higher education is done they also use this types of cheap ways to earn money and due to this many population of our country that is below the poverty lines do not afford the higher studies. These private schools are mushrooming rapidly in slums and villages all across the country. Keeping facilities and fees in mind, along with better job placements in certain cases, the government sector is still ahead but that would be because of government funding which if provided to private institutions should be able to bring down their massive fee structure. Therefore I believe the state or central institutes for higher education should flourish it gives a platform to students from varied background to compete and improve their skills and provided with the equal resources thus paves the way for not just healthy competition but also healthy India, where the power rest not with the privileged one but the deserving ones. Education is a compulsory thing for every citizens of a country.
I agree that the quality increases but it keeps India's future at stake. Such colleges are even running in a 2-3 story houses and have become center for selling degrees. The Kremer-Murlidharan survey shows that one out of four school teachers are absent in state primary schools, and of those present one out of two is not teaching. Tags: , , , , , , , Posted in Preface Higher education in India is in deep crisis. The most crucial issue is the lack of adequate funds in higher education. Fifthly, over the years, the public sector has failed to generate resources from the recipients of education. If we privatize it we will exploit the education.