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  • Bhavya
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    This goal targets to eliminate gender disparities in education and ensure equal access to all levels of education and vocational training for the vulnerable, including persons with disabilities.
    Do you think this can be achieved in Developing countries also by 2030? Is education affordable in India?

    shruti sharma
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    No education is not affordable. But it can be managed to do so by 2030 if policy work according to the planning. A depth research is needed to draw the structure from admission- allotment of college – sorting of student according to their mental level- and last but of course not least “Design of syllabus”.

    The most importantly education should be same in INDIA. the board of education should not be divided according to state, central etc.

    I think it can be achieved but it should be interactive model.

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    Low-quality education is crippling India’s growth as its emerging workforce is unable to cope with the demands of a 21st-century economy.
    Countries like Thailand and Mexico that did not invest in education have struggled to maintain their growth, whereas a country like South Korea invested in quality of education to transition into an innovative economy. India too will get trapped in ‘middle-income’, if we do not act with urgency now to transform the quality of education delivered in our country.


    Bikash Gyawali
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    India is the country who has more than 1.4 million schools(Source-India Brand Equity Foundation) with the bitter fact that the quality of education is not affordabe at all. Although the government of India has came across different policy within the National or State level from 1986 to 2030 for the quality and affordability of education with an aim to make India a knowledge superpower by equipping its students with the necessary skills and knowledge as well as to increase the literacy rate but the level of achievement is still at the marginal line.It is girls, and marginalised groups such as the very poor and the disabled, who are often left behind to achieve the primary level education with quality assurance. Thus the Low-quality education and the low-budget in the education sector is paralysing the India’s emerging workforce as a result they are unable to address with the market of todays world.

    Swati Sharan
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    Today many policies are being formed for providing Quality Education to the students. But these policies are not being implemented properly at the grassroot level and as a result the actual beneficiaries are not getting any benefit. Todays era is the age of digitization. We can use technology for providing good and quality education to our distant students. A person cannot be present at many places at a time but with the help of technology this can be easily achieved. This does not mean providing free laptops or tablets to the students but a platform which helps them to learn their courses for eg. a virtual classroom. This should not only include theoretical lectures but real life examples. If not implemented in the whole country but we should try it as a pilot project and see its impact on the students learning graph.

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