Recent Initiatives

Objective

To bring together like-minded individuals and organizations who want to contribute to the educational upliftment of economically challenged children. More..

« Sudeep Chatterjee »     ...     « G N Suresh Rao »     ...     « Abhishek Upadhyay »     ...     « Bheem Adavikolanu »     ...     « G N Pradeep »     ...     « Kodeyalam Stones »     ...     « Mayur Polepalli »     ...     « Aadit Mehrotra »     ...     « Kiranmayi Neelarambam »     ...     « Hari Har Vunnava »     ...     « Dhruv Joshi »     ...     « Rakesh Kumar »     ...     « Justin Mathew »     ...     « Himadar Maddipatla »     ...     « S H Jameel »     ...     « Rajeev Puri »     ...     « Sonia Mehrotra »     ...     « Vijaya Ramana »     ...     « Bindu Nair »     ...     « Hema D »     ...     « Melvin Mendoca »     ...     « Usha Akam »     ...     « A Indira Devi »     ...     « Panneerselvam »     ...     « Shyamala Naik »     ...     « Neeraj Vaddadi »     ...     « Nitesh Agarwal »     ...     « Nikhil Lohade »     ...     « Shekar Prabhakar »

Education In India

Education in India is provided by both the public sector as well as the private sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: central, state, and local. India has made progress in terms of increasing primary education attendance rate and expanding literacy to approximately two thirds of the population. India's improved education system is often cited as one of the main contributors to the economic rise of India. Much of the progress, especially in higher education and scientific research, has been credited to various public institutions. The private education market in India is merely 5% although in terms of value is estimated to be worth $40 billion in 2008 and will increase to $68–70 billion by 2012.

However, India continues to face stern challenges. Despite growing investment in education, 25% of its population is still illiterate; only 15% of Indian students reach high school, and just 7% graduate. The quality of education whether at primary or higher education is significantly poor as compared with major developing nations.