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Pallam Raju
Pallam Raju

Union HRD Minister M.M. Pallam Raju has said the UPA Government will take steps to implement the Right to Compulsory Primary Education Act by March. He was speaking at Sarpavaram near here on Sunday after visiting the areas hit by recent heavy rains and floods. He said India had the advantage of having the youngest population in the world, but the youth should be given proper education and training to excel in different fields.

More NITs and IITs would be set up in the country and special efforts would be made to impart vocational training to the youth. He distributed 20 kilos of rice to those affected by the floods. He promised that all relief measures would be taken to mitigate their suffering. He said the crop insurance scheme would be modified to help more farmers in the event of natural calamities.

(This article was published on November 18, 2012)
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This may be the Hope Only. There won't be actual desire in implementation, how many more years does we need to achieve 100% education.

It is total failure of the Govt. And big shame on each politician. The tax payers money has been wasted years together without production the results.

Instead give it to some private organization with same or less amount what govt is spending now. We can definitely see the results.

any thing free and related to Govt does not do good in India.

from:  Madhu
Posted on: Nov 19, 2012 at 11:36 IST

While emphasizing compulsory education, we need to parallelly work on QUALITY.
Practical hands on technical education and training in : skills like plumbing-
electrical- computers--agriculture-mechanical-health industry etc.
Allow all large business houses to diversify in the Industry of Education. to
establish medical-engineering- technical - agriculture -fisheries colleges .
Introduce E-Education.
Set up research Labs in every college and at grass root levels.
Introduce Lab to Land techniques.
Tie up with all international IV league colleges- institutions .
Send students overseas on student exchange programmes- research
programmes- cultural exchanges-scholarships etc.
Introduce compulsorily Yogas-chess -scrabble - foreign languages -Sanskrit-
Sports &games in from primary classes.
Let every student wear uniforms at any pvt or public schools for discipline.
All are one AND equal. no difference.
If possible let there be 2 years of compulsory military training to unite the
body/mind

from:  Abdulla
Posted on: Nov 19, 2012 at 19:10 IST

abdulla-I agree with everything you have just stated in your comment. Your recommendations are the only way to create a future where India in human capital is its strongest asset....I am currently starting an ngo to promote sports(basketball and chess) in primary and secondary school....i would appreciate any ideas/suggestions you may have in helping me accomplish this.

from:  gagan sharma
Posted on: Nov 22, 2012 at 13:55 IST
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