Since the past few decades, Indian economy has undergone consequential policy alteration and introduces a new model of economic reforms, commonly known as LPG i.e. Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalization. This set of reforms was brought in to help India grow better and communize with the other bigger economies of the world. Out of all, Privatisation has brought about breakneck changes in the educational sector, which has impacted our society in both positive and negatives ways. Privatisation has enabled the private parties such as individual organisations, religious institutions and other non government bodies to acquire the education industry and encourage them to accommodate to the growing demand of education across the country. There is no denying to the fact that privatisation has provided a whole new dimension to the education sector and also it has lifted our literacy rate from 48.2% in 1991 to 71.96% in 2015. Read this article to know about Privatisation of Education - Advantages and Disadvantages
Similarly, there are many things that privatisation has contributed positively to our society, which includes following:
Despite of many constructive contributions, there are many facets that have doomed our education sector.
Though privatisation have made considerable contributions and alternatives in education sector but it does uplift the burden of public schools and also do not comply with Human rights regulations. It is observed that it has intensified the sector by introducing complex infrastructure and modern techniques of teaching. It has raised a need to monitor the schools on the basis of equality, monetary demands and to maintain human rights regime.
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