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Higher Education in India

Higher education is needed in order to increase social mobility in India. In spite of lack of basic infrastructure in schools in villages, Indian professions are in demand. This portrays the quality strength of Indian education system.

India accounts for more than 7,40,000 formal schools; more than 3.6 million teachers who work full time; more than 175 Universities offering UG and PG courses and about 6000 affiliated colleges. The higher education involves +1 and +2 level. It forms the basic foundation for a studentís career selecting the respective course based on individual interests.

The college education is followed after higher education which focuses on a particular field of subject. The students are allowed to choose any one of two subjects offered in higher education system namely science and commerce. Improving literacy levels in turn improves employment and reduces poverty resulting in a development in socio-economic aspects. Providing easy access to schools can bring up literacy levels.

Higher education is the third largest in the world. Institutes like IITs are known globally for their high standards in UG courses. Open and distance learning is provided by National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS). It helps those students who have missed their schooling.

Sarva Siksha Abhiyan (SSA) launched by the National Democratic Alliance government focuses on providing quality education.

Literacy levels vary from place to place. In India female literacy is always low compared to male literacy level. Kerala is known to have highest literacy level and Bihar has lowest literacy level. Reservations are provided for backward Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes of India. Employment of skilled teachers can improve literacy levels. Infrastructure and surrounding atmosphere also play an important in efficient learning.

Several measures that have been undertaken by the centre and state governments has helped in increasing the retention rate of students. 


 

 

 

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