Education Of Masses In India
Three-fourth of the Indian population is in rural areas and is mostly illiterate and poor. The masses in rural areas are the grass roots of our democracy. To keep them poor and ignorant for long in dangerous not only to India but also to the world. The future of our democracy primarily depends upon the education of masses, and not of classes. The cess of money collected mainly from people in rural areas is diverted for the education of urban people who generally belong to the upper classes. Privately managed English medium quality schools are mainly located in urban areas which are for the upper classes and the rich people. The schools located in rural areas are mostly for the poor. So, it will be seen that there is great disparity between the urban and rural areas and the upper classes receive lion?s share of the budget provided for education.Some of the burning problems dealt with in the book are: Education of Masses in India, Problems of Indian Education, Universalisation of Minimum Education. Education of Rural India, Education of Backward Communities, Problems of Women Education, Adult Education, School and the Community & Single Teacher Schools. The book will be found very useful for all schools, colleges, universities, academics of education departments and the public at large.
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