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 Post subject: educating india...
PostPosted: 30 Nov 2013 15:28 
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india as we all know is the second most populated country on this planet..unfortunately illiteracy has caused a major damage to all sectors starting from the environment to the constitution..
however at present india's literacy rate is 74% which is in fact good..but the left over percentage includes people living in villages, unemployed people etc and surprisingly eve some politicians..
this rate of illiteracy is playing the role of a crucial hindrance in india's development..
as youths are discouraged to enter politics the rate of development o india is very slow..
the only possible way now for india to move on is education..so how can quality education can be imparted amongst indians in an effective way which the illiterate are ready to accept??


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Drive opportunities to the grass root level.
Level the primary education cess on multiple fields.
Allocate at least 20% of the GDP for education.
Encourage companies to allot their CSR's for education
Make secondary education more accessible.
I have suggested a few solutions from the government's prospective,hope you find them comprehensive enough
JAI HIND JAI BHARAT
Rutvik Upadhyaya


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 Post subject: Re: educating india...
PostPosted: 02 Dec 2013 22:54 
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I think educating India is quite a hell of a task considering the massive population, but beyond the total population, the female literacy needs to rise first, then followed by the rural literacy rates. We not only need to educate India in the form of general education, but also political education; the fact that they should know what their one vote can do if they vote and they should be encouraged to vote, because the real growth of India depends on two things mainly - Education and Educated Politicians :P


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Viraaj how to change username and avatar?

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 Post subject: Re: educating india...
PostPosted: 06 Dec 2013 20:27 
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lfcredstillidie wrote:
Viraaj how to change username and avatar?

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To change your username and Avatar, go to User Control Panel which is located on the top right of your screen. Then, you will select Profile amongst the other options appearing on the sidebar. Then click on Edit Avatar on your sidebar to change the avatar and click on the Edit Account Settings to change your username. Change your username only if it isn't your real name, and if it is not your real name, then please do convert it into it.


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PostPosted: 09 Dec 2013 17:54 
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this topic for debate was opened so so that we can put light upon the delicate state of india's education...comming back to the topic...indias literacy rate at present is 74.04% in my opinion its not bad..it signals that india is a developing country..but why does everyone think that india can never achieve 100% literacy..it is not impossible..maybe some day everyone in this nationatleast have passed their primary school..we say its US who will change and redesign india..then why does this question arises..i believe that surely someday india will achieve 100% literacy..

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keshav agarwal


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