Education is not a market commodity
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India, Feb. 24 -- Unlike other nations, education in India is considered a costly affair. Historically, Government spending in education has been low, with less than four per cent of the GDP spent per annum. This lack of budgetary support coupled with an increasing population has resulted in the cost of education becoming inflated in the country. However, in India, where a majority of the population finds it hard to make ends meet, parents and students consider a good education from a reputed institute a dream worth chasing. Inevitably, a good education, be it primary, secondary, higher or professional, has made its place in the list of fundamental needs of individuals. Considering this, the Government has, time and again, intervened to r...
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