June 26, 2018

Quality of education in India and prevailing learning levels are low. Good education, however is unlikely without robust investment in quality. The norms and standards of quality in India are laid down in the right of education act. However current estimates suggest that spending on RTE falls massively short of the resources needed for effective implementation especially in India’s poor and developmentally lagging states.“Massive additional investments are needed to ensure that education delivered meets the basic prerequisites of quality committed under the RTE Act. The government must declare a time frame and address the current resource gaps to fulfil the goal of universalisation of elementary education’’ says Anjela Taneja

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