A conception has emerged in India that sending children’s to the private schools may get the best education in reverse of hefty tuition amount, but the idea seems to fail in longer run due to current and future situation of employment and their inefficient way of learning.
On the contrary, government aided low fees establishments are still lacking basic infrastructure to cover themselves from summer and rainy season. There seems a great paradox against private and government school if we compare value for the money. As a matter of fact, private schools within the country are ruthless about the education and eager to earn more money, their justification of high tuition fees often backed by their physical infrastructure, including playground, gymnasiums and other outdoor activities. But still there is a big question when we talk about the quality of education in those schools, and another aspect of quality teaching can’t be ignored.
The right to education act might send children’s to the schools but who would ensure their comprehensive learning. Unfortunately, the act took a long time to implement the rules after independence and people including government are still resting on the couch boosting the standards of the education in a global way, but complete learning inside the school premises may arise ample of questions. Despite government’s move of multiple subsidised plans including food and tuition fees to attract rural children’s seems ambiguous and unclear; the strategy is turning towards comfort, but not towards education.
Relevancy in education is never discussed and never acted as a primary need in this situation. The only way to meeting the standard of education in a global way is improving the existing curriculum based on the current state of employment. As a country, we are culturally diverse towards education itself; we need to integrate the education system so any ambiguity and chauvinist beliefs can entirely avoided. Occupational and interactive way of learning is pacing towards the country but the rural’s are still untouched with it due to lack of money and guidance.
Global collaboration with schools and colleges become one way of earning money by high-class business establishments; even the primary and secondary schools are taking advantage of it. However, in a current situation, when parents are still fighting to send a girl child to the school and colleges for further studies, the idea of a global way of learning seems to fail to implement. Unless the unanimity of beliefs among parents and children’s about education will not conform, the conflict may cost the Child’s education in the longer run. The logical answer to this problem seems to educate the parents and society in a global way by showing them the current trends of now and future.
Integrity in state and center owned private and public establishment can play a crucial role in educational reform in India, but as long as education will be considered as a profitable business and an ignorant aspect of education industry by the Indian government, India may take a little more time to make the use of Right to education.