The fate of education, teachers, and students has hardly improved. When it comes to human resource development and education, even a large segment of society is not indifferent to this power.
Democracy in higher education, while a huge concept, has made the campus the center of a stinking environment for the past 20 years. They are managed through affiliation with little respect for excellence, honesty, and intellectual advancement.
Immoral and politically motivating choices are available at hand and it is a mirror image of social catharsis. The traditional desire to acquire knowledge is missing in the polite and decorated campus. Whichever brand rules the country, this section of society no longer respects it.
Be it students or teachers who do not have a voice, they do not form a necessary service and education is not a national need. Being a state subject, education policies suffer from numerous ugliness. Although it is a constitutional obligation, the unavailability of funds and administrative arrangements in ownership have plagued universities, fake campuses, private businesses, and numerous temporary learning centers, as well as foreign campuses.
Hardly any risk involved has proved to be a huge financial effort as it is not subject to VAT or any other financial constraints. There are now more such institutions in the country than in colleges, a great opportunity for young people and those who want to fly to green pastures to acquire knowledge.
When it comes to formulating policies on higher education, system structure, financing, grants, and salaries, the University Grants Commission is called a cow as well as a street butcher. General information is to the extent that UGCs are independent.
It is a post office, a government organization, the provision of received grants, approved by the central government, in universities or institutions that are associated with multiple tags, the status of recipients, state, central, autonomous, or perceived location Depends on Universities.
There are always complaints about lack of funds. The administration should acknowledge that some villages can be educated by reducing the expenditure on the Jammu cabinet and legislature. The teacher wants to be a ladder on which students can measure new heights. Central and state governments petition the ESMA to stifle angry voices, but politicians and bureaucrats do not take long to take advantage.
It is important to please them so that a symbolic balance is maintained and at the same time some of them are bound. The government has failed to take effective measures to curb the industrialization of education. Within a few hours, the doubles given to parliament and honors were doubled, but 6% of GDP spending on education has been based on the recommendations of the Kothari Commission for more than four decades.
Students at several educational institutions go on strike almost every year, demanding the withdrawal of excessive fee increases. Tuition fees are only 13% of the current annual tuition fee at the university.
It is now a strong industry and its goal is to make money. Poor students, however, may be intelligent, they may not be able to afford admission to colleges, professional institutes, or courses. They can join such courses by putting their families in heavy loans from banks or financial institutions.
The teaching profession is valued in the country because teachers cannot compete in our society, they do not have the muscular strength, they are educated and therefore behave differently. They do not have the courage of creamy bureaucrats or any kind of institutional support.