Do we really need a revolutionary change in India’s education system? Discuss the answer with education plan for a new and changing India.

Structure of the answer:

  • Introduction (explain the issues currently facing the education system in India).
  • Issues concerning the education system.
  • Why the revolutionary change is required?
  • What should be the new education plan?
  • Way forward ( address the loopholes of the current education system)

Key points:

  • Why? The Government of India is well aware of the problems in the Indian education system, but has been slow in responding to them.
  • School infrastructure is in a poorstate and many school teachers are not properly qualified, with 31% of them not having a degree. 40% of schools are without electricity.


  1. Lack of research or critical analysis.
  2. Lack of personality development program.
  3. Absence of entrepreneurship development scheme.
  4. Caste reservation and paid seat.
  5. Outdated syllabus.
  6. Expenditure in our universities are as high as 50%
  7. Too much importance to examination and Political interference in schools and colleges
  8. Rapid increase of irrelevant college and universities and
  9. Absence of library, laboratory and other facilities in schools and colleges.

How can be improved?

  1. Focus on skill based education.
  2. Reward creativity, original thinking, research and innovation.
  3. Get smarter people to teach.
  4. Implement massive technology infrastructure for education.
  5. Re-define the purpose of the education system.
  6. Effective deregulation.
  7. Take mediocrity out of the system.
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