Every morning, children of Chiraigaon village in Varanasi don their red and grey school uniforms and head to Barthakalon Secondary School — to sweep, mop and clean it.
India’s widening regional divide: Prosperous states should care for poor counterparts to maintain economic balance
If India is to prosper, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar are among the key states that need to raise their game
The 2017-18 budget is an opportunity for the government to concentrate on improving school education for over 260.5 million children who enrolled in elementary and secondary school in 2015-16–children who will form the core of India’s working-age population, one billion by 2030, the largest in the world.
President Pranab Mukherjee, today, asked the IITs to explore ways to improve the country's quality of higher education.
Even as the government undertakes to educate all its children under the Right to Education (RTE) Act, private schools are mushrooming in rural India and attract 10 % more students every year, compared to the previous year.