'INDIA' Poorest Country In Edu'n Aspects: Pranab

'INDIA' Is Poorest In Education Field
'INDIA' has been highlighted as the poorest among others in the field of Education, Literacy and Knowledge aspects. But Why? What is letting India fall down?

President of India Pranab Mukherjee has alleged that India is considered as the poorest in regard to Education, Literacy and Knowledge. The absence of literacy is the biggest challenge that is being faced India. Moreover, the largest or the Maximum number of Illiterates in the world are residing in India.

He who participated in the laying foundation stone of an auditorium at the Sat Paul School spoke about different issues that is lying in the way of India's growth.

He said; the largest numbers of illiterates in the globe reside in India. India was earlier considered as the cradle of civilization but now is the poorest in respect with Education, Literacy and Knowledge.

"We had some of the centres of excellence such as Takshila and Nalanda where people from all over the world came. We have to achieve them again. Therefore, we have to build up informed, knowledgeable, rational citizens and that can be done only through such schools of excellence", he added.

"We are further trying to catch up through Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and Right To Education as these are probably the fundamentals through which we can build the educational system of the country" said Pranab Mukherjee. He also drew the importance of teachers and the significance of teacher-student ratio.

Well, what more than this do you think that can help INDIA in recovering this stage? Being Poorest all the way out is not good enough. Taking a break and moving towards the improvement shall really work on. What say?

Share your views on how can India be Improved in these above mentioned aspects.

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