When there is success in Indian education it is because of the genius of our children and youth, the deep involvement of parents, our stable families and cultures, and the efforts of thousands of dedicated unsung teachers and professors. Education is the ladder of social and economic mobility, allowing within a generation the children of labourers to become teachers, electricians, nurses and pharmacists, the children of teachers and tradesmen to become engineers, doctors and industrialists.

It is a universal task of government to make sure such ladders of learning exist to be climbed everywhere and that they’re sturdy and spacious. The ladders do not have to be government-provided; there can be as many or more privately offered alternatives too, and the choice should belong to parents and children as to which ladder of which kind they invest their hard-earned money and time in, so their families are best able to climb out of poverty or misfortune.

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New Delhi, June 20: Taking a dim view of the violence on university and college campuses by members of students wings of political parties, the Supreme Court on Friday said that it was leading to criminalisation of politics.

"These are the people who bring criminals to politics," observed the bench of Justice Vikramajit Sen and Justice Shiva Kirti Singh as the court gave interim bail to Navneet Kaushal, leader of RSS student wing Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) so that he could appear in the second semester examination of his masters programme in Himachal university in Shimla.

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PUNE: Resolving to work to link the country's graduates with employment, Union HRD minister Smriti Irani on Sunday said her ministry would soon open an online and personal interface programme comprising academicians to tackle problems faced by premier institutions and students' bodies.

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Students wishing to pursue MBA or MCA courses in the State will have to take only the Postgraduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) instead of multiple exams for admissions under both government and management quotas. The test, to be conducted by the consortium set up by the State government this year, will be held on June 30.

At a press conference here on Tuesday, M.K. Sridhar, consortium member, said the test was the only one for admissions to MBA and MCA seats in the State. “This will avoid duplication and reduce the number of tests that a student has to take.”

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The Narendra Modi government should spend 8 per cent of GDP on expansion of higher education in the country and free the sector from the malaise of 'capitation and corruption', education experts observed in Pune on Saturday.

'Based on our experience, we want drastic changes in the country's education policy aimed at expanding higher education and making it free of capitation and corruption,' Dr G Vishwanathan, president of  the Education Promotion Society of India (EPSI), a premiere institute which aims at setting standards of quality education, told reporters.

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