Can the Gap between the Private versus Public Schools and Gender Inequality Provide Education for All Children

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  • Sumanta Bhattacharya Research Scholar and Policy Analyst, Department of Development Studies, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, Howrah, India
  • Bhavneet Kaur Sachdev Student, Department of Development Studies, Calcutta University, Howrah, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47607/ijramt.2021.1538

Keywords:

Pedagogy, fundamental right, private schools, public schools, exclusive facilitates, universities, teaching methodologies

Abstract

Education is a fundamental right and paramount for the development of a human personality and a man with the power to think and grow internally and externally. Indian Urban society where more or less people are educated is a myth. In Urban India education with all exclusive facilitates and innovative ideas and technology are enjoyed by the students of rich families and upper middle class , because of their admission in private schools and universities where the fees is , one year’s salary of average  person , on the other hand you have the government schools and colleges which can satisfy the need of poor and lower middle class people children because of their less fees , the government colleges and schools provide basic education facilitates , you have library , computer labs , class rooms , green boards but not the extra -ordinary provisions which you enjoy in the private schools where they make use of different teaching methodologies making the class creativity and communicative. This huge gap between private and public schools in urban India, also result in different imparting of knowledge. Pedagogy needs to be equal for all without any barriers in this growing world.

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Published

27-11-2021

How to Cite

[1]
S. Bhattacharya and B. Kaur Sachdev, “Can the Gap between the Private versus Public Schools and Gender Inequality Provide Education for All Children ”, IJRAMT, vol. 2, no. 11, pp. 109–112, Nov. 2021.

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