The Government of India is very much aware of the issues in the Indian training framework, however has been delayed in reacting to them. School foundation is in a helpless state and many teachers are not appropriately qualified, with 31% of them not having a degree. 40% of schools are without power.
As India heads into the 2020s, there’s reason to believe we are heading into a new age of anxiety. Economic growth has been crippled; many economists argue recovery will take years of painful reform. Ethnic and religious tensions have sharpened. Even India’s core Constitutional values and institutions, many commentators have argued, are besieged.
In this series, Firstpost examines what the 2020s will mean for India: for everything from politics and the economy, to our culture and communities.