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Education has become means of earning money’

Education has become means of earning money’

Bhubaneswar, 23/12/2017 ( Odisha Samachar / Abhisek Mohanty )- :  Education has become the means of earning money. With 70 years of independence, the country’s population increased three and a half times, literacy rate increased from 16 per cent to 74 per cent but from village to small. The system of studies in government schools and colleges in big cities has gone awry. According to an estimate, 11 million children go to government schools while 7 million children go to private schools. The government’s education budget is Rs 46,356 crore, while private schools charge large amount from parents as fees and it is believed that the budget of private schools is much higher than the government budget, said Protection for Democratic Human Rights of India president Dr Pradip Kumar Dubey.

Addressing a press meet on Friday, Dubey said, “In the field of higher education, there are vacancies in the number of teachers in government universities and colleges in large numbers. It is the fact that five and half million children in the country are studying overseas and through this huge amount of money will go abroad. More than 95 percent of children used to be studying in government schools 40 years ago, but then the system of government schools was solid, but now a days, government schools are facing a shortage of infrastructure. According to the Annual Education Status Report 2014, 23.6 percent of class three students were unable to read the class two book. 49.1 percent of
class five students were unable to read the class three book. According to government statistics, the number of children living outside the scope of school education in 2009 was 81.5 lakh, which was 60.6 lakh in 2014. In government data, 99% of the students enroll in schools. But after the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan’s budget of 27 thousand crore, even after studying up to tenth, 47 percent of children leave their studies. Schools do not mean the building itself, but in the school a good teacher, Provision of quality education and appropriate Mahoun should be. In this direction Gandhiji’s concept of community education is important, where children from all classes get education under one roof.”

According to government statistics, the number of children living outside the scope of school education in 2009 was 81.5 lakh, which was 60.6 lakh in 2014. In government data, 99% of the students enroll in
schools. But after the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan’s budget of 27 thousand crore, even after studying up to tenth, 47 percent of children leave their studies. Under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, in 2016..17, there were more than three lakh vacancies at trained graduate teachers (TGT)
level. In Bihar, 83 thousand in Jharkhand, 29555 in Jharkhand, 27 thousand in Rajasthan, 25918 in Madhya Pradesh and 20243 in Uttar Pradesh were vacant. Student teacher ratios in elementary schools are 36: 1 in Bihar, 39: 1 in Uttar Pradesh. A total of nine lakh posts of     teachers are vacant in all the school levels across the country, in
which there are a large number of vacancies in states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and West Bengal. According to the report of Unified Destructive Information System for Education, 2015..16, Bihar has 22.28 percent schools in the primary
schools and 58.86 percent of the schools have library, 25.18 percent playgrounds in schools and 2.37 percent are computerized in schools. Convenience is available. Uttar Pradesh has 50.11 percent schools having electricity and 74.66 percent of the schools have library, 69.27 percent playgrounds in schools and only 6.77 percent of the schools have computer facilities. In Madhya Pradesh, 11.31 percent schools have electricity facilities and 89.20 percent of the schools have library, 60.27 percent playgrounds in schools and only 2. Computer facilities are available in 90% of the schools. In Rajasthan, 19.84 percent of the schools have electricity facilities and 50.27
percent of the schools have library, 35.56 percent playgrounds in schools and 5.91 percent of the schools have computer facilities. Uttarakhand has 9.30 percent schools having electricity and 91.94 percent of the schools have library, 37.17 percent playgrounds and 12.86 percent of the schools have computer facilities. In Chhattisgarh, 66.51 percent of the schools have electricity facilities and 92.68 percent of the schools have library facilities, 49.50 percent of the schools in the playground and 3.06 percent have computer facilities in the schools. In West Bengal, 73.64 percent of the schools have electricity facilities and 75.76 percent of the schools have library, 36.85 percent playgrounds in schools and 4.69 percent of the schools have computer facilities, he said, adding that commercialization of education must be stopped.

Among others, organisation Odisha president Gadadhar Das and secretary Lingaraj Sahoo also spoke on the occasion.

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