Quality Education for All for stronger future, says HRD Minister
Union HRD minister Prakash Javadekar has emphasised on the need of providing quality education to all across the country to build a strong future for its citizens.
Javadekar was in Gujarat to attend an international youth convention at Sokhada village, where he addressed the audience.
Union HRD Minister stresses on need to provide quality education in all schools across the country.
The minister also hinted on formulating a law on regulating fee structure of private schools in the country.
"We want healthy competition between private and public schools for providing quality education to students," he added.
"After providing access to education for all, now the focus is to ensure quality education to students across the country. The government is working actively on it as it believes that only quality education has the potential of developing a good citizen with a strong character. Quality education is a must for all-round development of the country," he said.
Javadekar was in Gujarat to attend an international youth convention at Sokhada village last night. "We want healthy competition between private and public schools for providing quality education to students," he added. The HRD Ministry has invited feedback and suggestions from teachers, parents and stakeholders to make suitable changes in the curriculum as well, he said.
Speaking on the occasion, Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani said youth need to be provided with quality education and skill development for making India a powerful nation. "Education is not something only between students and teachers. Parents, communities, society and other stakeholders should be involved in the process. This will bring productivity and improvement in education," the minister felt.
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