The Indian Education system needs serious reforms and changes, specially the primary education system. The Indian education system is very inflexible and completely ignores the feelings, thoughts and ambitions of Kids. They are forced to study from the age of 3. Non-performers are treated as dunces and detested by parents and society. Data from the Ministry of Human Resource Development show that only half of all students who enter primary school make it to the upper primary level and less than half that get into the 9-12 class cycle. So there is serious need for reforms in the primary education system.
- Recrafting Indian education
- Rethink school education
- Fixing the education system
- Govt’s plans for transforming school and higher education need more clarity
- India has made primary education universal, but not good
- School education — what’s gone wrong?
- Learning little
- Lessons from school
- The need for reforms in the education sector