Improving the quality of Education has always been the main concern of different political parties across the country as it can help in uplifting the economy and generating better jobs. But the education system across the country has come to a real low with children in various villages and states waiting for their Right to Education. So, it doesn’t come as a surprise when NCP President Sharad Pawar told Maharashtra is ahead of most states in terms of education.
Nationalist Congress Party led by Sharad Pawar on Monday during an event of naming two schools said Maharashtra has been ahead in the education sector in the country with expansion of education already taking the front seat than most the states in the country.
He said, “I have been at the helm of several educational institutes but I have experienced that we all expanded education in the state but no efforts were taken to elevate the quality.”
He emphasized that not enough steps have been taken on elevating the quality of teaching as a teacher helps in shaping the future of the students. The teachers need to be properly trained so they can educate students with their knowledge, experience, and tools.
He expressed his happiness on students scoring good marks and looking forward to introducing new systems to help and enhance the education system of the state.
He added, “It is a good thing and matter of happiness to see students securing such high mars but at the same time there is a need to see whether there has been any change in the marks giving system.”
On 28th November 2019, the Maharashtra government was formed with the alliance of 3 political parties commonly known as Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) – Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Indian National Congress (INC) and Shiv Sena.