Abstract :

This instruction framework profile gives a top to bottom review of the structure of India's education framework, its scholastic organizations, quality confirmation components, and evaluating
rehearses, just as patterns in outbound and inbound understudy versatility. To put current education changes and versatility patterns into setting, we will initially give a diagram of current financial advancements in India and present some key realities about the nation, before we plot portability designs and the instruction framework.

Keywords :  

Higher Education System, Rural Education, Urban
Education, Educational Reforms

Introduction :

The secondary education plays a very crucial role in the Indian education system. It plays a strategic role of connecting primary education to higher education in India. The main aim or the purpose of the primary education is to bestow children strong foundation on which the whole
structure of knowledge and wisdom is built whereas secondary education is focused in making more able, self-independent and productive citizens.
As we commemorate the 72 nd anniversary of India’s independence and ending of the despotic and oppressive British rule, the secondary education is still facing a stumbling block in providing a quality education that can help in developing the all round character and personality of an individual to the fullest extent. It failed in providing any productive and practical education to the students. This is caused by various reasons like irregular attendance, faulty Administration by local bodies, inefficient supervision, defective curriculum, the incomplete structure of large number of schools, ineffective teaching method, the lack of qualified and trained teachers, unfavourable circumstances like bad weather, lack of transport and communication, poverty etc.

Abstract :

Interviews with people in india highlighting the causes that made them leave education. An in depth analysis through dialogue which highlights the pain points among the poor people in india

Keywords :

BPL,interviews,qualitative research and surveys, primary education,drop outs

Introduction :

In the field of education and technology, the world is undergoing a massive change. With advancement in science and technology, such as the rise of big data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, many unskilled jobs worldwide may be taken over by machines, while the need for a skilled workforce, particularly involving mathematics, computer science, and data science, in conjunction with multidisciplinary abilities across the sciences, social sciences, and humanities, will be increasingly in greater demand.

 

Abstract :

Education is a national agenda. It is a significant tool to transform the future of the children and youth of this country. The education sector in our country needs serious attention. Be it budgetary allocations or infrastructural support, the education sector is seen to have been ignored. Soon after independence, the government felt the need to shift its focus on the educational backwardness of the country.

Keywords :

National education policy, formulation, school education, higher education, teacher training and appointment, Multilingualism, implementation, challenges.

Abstract :

Nowadays, most of the children are entirely dependent on digital technology. The digital revolution is shaping children's life in profound ways. As the digital world makes changes to the character of future societies and impacts the youth of this generation who represent the future. To meet the young generation's demands and their digitalized future, schools should undergo a voluminous digital transformation in their education. But, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, schools engaged somehow suddenly and unexpectedly in such a transformation. Overnight this pandemic has obliged society and the educational decision-makers to rethink the nature of schooling in a connected world. This research attempts to investigate the digital transformation of the education system of the young generation pushed forward by the COVID -19 pandemic, primary education in Finland, special education in India deepening digital divides, and the possible barriers reported along the way.