Education is inconsistent from state to state. Many people assume that schools with good infrastructure provide quality education. Parents are only concerned about good infrastructure, but unfortunately few schools with high-quality infrastructure lag in education value.
According to Niti Analog’s education index, Kerala has the highest literacy rate followed by Tamilnadu.
In states like Harayana, Punjab, Chattisgarh despite high and ample amount of infrastructure. They fall behind in quality education. This is because of non-qualified teachers and high concern about infrastructure quality.
Whereas, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Chandigarh despite poor infrastructure, provide good quality education and students score the highest among other states.
Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh stay the lowest as they provide poor education and low infrastructure, this is because neither the state nor the people know the value of education. These states make a strenuous effort to keep students in the school.
Education is very vital as it helps one to become successful in everything they do. Both education and infrastructure play a very important role, the management should be concerned both about education as well as the infrastructure and bring in a new education policy to increase the literacy rates.