Our ethical, quality and personality-oriented education system from the perspective of the changing system is able to maintain its identity as intact. In this period of globalization, we are losing our identity. The educational system in the world has three components – students, teachers and guardians. Without the coordination of these three, the concept of building an academic triangle is only redundant.
Only one out of nine students of school reach to the college. The Indian ratio of those who register for higher education is 11%, lowest in the world, whereas in the US this is 83%. For achieving this target of 15%, India will have to invest Rs 2,26,410 crore, whereas in the 11th Plan, only 77,933 crore rupees have been allotted for it.
An atmosphere of unhappiness is growing around us here. The density of the student-teacher relationship is decreasing. The University Grants Commission was set up to improve the status of higher education, but surely today the person holding the Vice Chancellor does not do justice with dignity of his post. Some people have gone to jail and some are on their way to go. If the situation remains the same, then the credibility of an autonomous institution like the University will go questionable. The percentage of the gross domestic product should be spent on education today, it cannot be done.
The budget of defense and other ministries is prolonged, but education is ignored. At the time, professors did not get salaries, the result is that the striking culture is going to grow, which ultimately leads to students suffer.
When the whole world had not imagined the school, at that time we used to be university here. The discrepancy between the education system in the India is somewhat disturbing. In education when there is unnecessary cheap interference in politics, the education-world has to be ashamed.