Q. 293.5( 8 Votes )

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Answer :

In India investment on education sector is very low. As per the facts, in 1952 India spent only 0.6% of its GDP on education that rose to only 4% in 2014. There is no uniformity or consistency on education expenditure. There is no significant increase in the education expenditure. This has fallen short of 6% target as proposed by the Education Commission 1964.

This shows the true picture of the government and even represents that education is no considered as an important part of development of an economy. If the government spends 6% of GDP on education with utmost planning and care then present education system will rise and gets better.

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