Of the major fatalities of the educational system are those living in rural areas. The approachs of the children and teachers also concern the quality of the schools. Allocation of government funds and the conditions of the destitute rural schools supply to the low quality of education by rural children.
Many children living in rural areas receive a level of education which is very poor. Overall enrollment in primary and middle schools are very low. Fifty percent of children living in these areas leave school before the fifth grade.
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The generally enrolment in private schools in the country has spent up from 18.84% in 2006 to 26.09% in 2011, says the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2011, released by Pratham Foundation, an NGO. Academics guilt poor infrastructure and be short of teachers in government schools for this trend.
In India, There is no village without a matriculation school now. All government schools have been demoted by the government, and parents are pulling their children out of government schools because of poor infrastructure and no teachers," says educationist from mayank patel. Many say there are greater liability, awareness and accountability towards providing quality education in private schools when evaluated to government schools.
"English-medium education is a big represent in small towns. Parents want their children to call them 'mummy' and 'daddy' and speak in English."
Basically Public Sector School Manage their System
• Students must oil their hair.
• No nail polish allowed on nails.
• Uniforms are compulsory; the skirts must be of a particular length.
• Girls and boys cannot chat during recess hours. If caught, they are to be reported to the Principal.
• Girls must pleat their hair at all times.
• No laughing, yawning, speaking in class.
• Walk in a line with hands behind your back or finger on your lips
• Tiffins are checked (ostensibly for better eating habits)
• If you are late, you stand out of the classroom.
• You have not done the homework, stand out.
• Remain standing in class if you don’t know the answer.
School managements are afraid of independent processes because they feel the ‘freedom’ will lead to revolution. They fright they will lose control.
Many of the teachers also need the interest to teach because of their insufficient salary - less than Ten Thousand Rs, per month. Some schools are located in warehouses while others in small houses. Many of the rural schools operate without electricity.