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May 24, 2004

Education sector reform - manifesto analysis

Satyanarayan has an excellent analysis of education sector reform promises made by different parties in their election manifestos. Congress proposal for setting up EDFC is compelling if executed along the lines of HDFC. It seems country is still running short of 1.7% of GDP to fulfill it's goal of 6% of GDP as an investment in education sector. This 1.7% amounts to a whopping sum of $11.05bn. This further proves that government need to focus more on the primary education rather than putting their precious resources in expensive higher education sector.

(This is the beauty of the blog medium that these party manifesto will be discussed/analyzed/measured and made accountable)

May 24, 2004 in Social angle | Permalink


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