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    Author(s):  DEVENDER KUMAR  

India is considered as the preeminent democratic country, and perceived to be the second largest country, population wise in the world. But being such a large populated nation, its resources are scarcely availableand it struggles with multiple and diverse social problems like, education is one of such problems which we are focusing on. Knowing that education alone has the ability to solve many other social problems, the Indian Government with various other agencies give their prime attention to it and running multiple education schemes such as,SarvaShikshaAbhiyan, RashtriyaMadhyamikShikshaAbhiyan, Saakshar Bharat Programme, Padhe Bharat Badhe Bharat etc.Millions of rupees are being spent to run and improve India’s system of education. As a results of all these schemes, literary rate has reached up until 74.04% (as per 2011 census).Nonetheless, the education quality and its infrastructure are not at satisfactory level in the country. In fact, in the race of improving literacy rate, those in authority have become indifferent and inattentive of the quality of education which is even a major concern. There are many national and international institutions/agencies who question India’s quality of education.It is an open secret thatIndian graduates do not perform with qualities and as per expectations. In consequence, they could not secure jobs as they are rated short on the selection criteria by recruiters. Still for some, even after getting job opportunities they are unable to meet employers’ expectations. Thus, frustrations and discouragements among the youth and their parents are notably increasing.

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