Education has turned into a business for earning money for some corporate sectors. In spite of discovering new dimensions of learning for the benefit of the students, the corporate sectors search for their own profits. Although education in India is considered in the third position among the other education systems all over the world, still India faces a lot of obstructions in all fields of education.
Unequal distribution of wealth is a major reason behind several fences like non-uniform educational qualification among all people. Recent news recalls the problems faced by the people of Rajasthan in the sphere of education. It is indeed very clear that a state like Rajasthan cannot afford all the dimensions of developments. It is necessary to join both government and corporate sectors for gaining an education.
Education in Rajasthan is not up to mark so the students from each and every corner of the state are forced to join corporate sectors. This is so because the students must be treated with basic education rather than throwing themselves into the hungry mouth of competition.
IIM at Udaipur has initiated to get into collaboration with the State Planning Board and all the working staff related to education. Although this seems quite good, the main study conveys the report that this collaboration is that by participating in these educational institutes to make it more profitable. The actual study would be done in May this year, but made no use.
The study also concludes that not only it is bound for chairperson, but also large of corporate from TIFR, TISS, BITS and Pilani has charted down everything like grooming the students with sufficient knowledge and practical experiences.
But the saddest and the unfortunate part is that all the private colleges are not recognized by UGC. Among all 2,825 affiliated colleges of Rajasthan, only 275 are UGC recognized. This problem indicates the falling of educational system in private colleges. Research says that there is a huge gap between and the supply and demand of resources required for educational benefits. Rajasthan truly needs good quality education providing private colleges to meet the actual demand.
Studies indicate that the state requires a high devotion in education through better private colleges. A recent interview with the chairman of the State planning board, VS Vyas says that, “Corporate sector surely has a lot of responsibility on its shoulders in this sector. It is not the quantity but also the quality that needs to be maintained to help the students of Rajasthan competes with huge challenges in outer world”.
The chairman also added that there is something impossible to give two options for the vitality of corporate sector for higher educational system in Rajasthan. Moreover, focus must be on not just on the participation of private sector but also the quality of education that has to be delivered.
Many low quality education providing private colleges and institutions was abolished. Vyas on such a situation said that, “We are not authorized to bar or allow such institutes which running with inadequate educational facilities. We have called a meeting in September to chalk out the details of the private colleges required and the type of education to be given”.