Government vs Private Education in India-Compete or Compliment?

Date: June 1, 2011
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Publisher: eprobe Research Private Limited
Report type: Strategic Report
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Government vs Private Education in India-Compete or Compliment?
The education is a defining sector for equitable human development and sustainable and inclusive economic growth for India. Given the strong economic growth of the country in the past decade, increasing demand for public investment across all sectors has created investment gaps in these key sectors. In addition, challenges are also increasing in terms of service delivery standards, performance benchmarks, and incorporation of technology into the provision of education services to all, especially the poorest and those located far from the urban growth centers of the country.

Public–private partnerships or PPPs have shown their ability to meet some of these challenges both in India and overseas. Under the initiative, a special task team of the ADB, together with the Government of India’s Ministry of Finance and KPMG consultants undertook a rapid assessment study to develop possible PPP solutions for meeting the challenges of India’s health and education sectors. Assessments of local PPP projects in the sector, consultations with state government officials in India, and best practice examples from the United Kingdom and other countries, have led to the development of this report.

A number of suggested PPP models for possible pilot projects have been conceptualized in this report after further consultations with government and private sector professionals in India. A number of these models are already being tailored for structuring some initial projects under way in the country.

This report will therefore provide a quick guide to international and national PPP cases in the sectors as well as practical ideas and suggested models to interested project sponsors, especially within government bodies responsible for sector development. Development of possible PPP projects based on some of the models and ideas suggested herewith will hopefully spur investment and efficiency gains in health and education infrastructure and service delivery mechanisms of the country.
Executive Summary
Industry Overview
Indian Governing Bodies
Government Schools
Condition of Government Schools in India
Top Government Schools in India
Governments Role
An Overview
Major Initiatives and Achievements
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
National Mission of SSA
The NPEGEL SchemeCompetition situation
Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya Scheme
National Program on Mid- Day Meal in Schools
Mahila Samakhya Program
Schemes for Providing Quality Education for Madras
Scheme of Infrastructure Development in Minority Institutions
Top Government Schools
Kendriya Vidyala Sangathan
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samati
Private Schools
Role of Private Schools
Private School Share
Growth Private Schooling
Private Schools reach in Rural India
Relative effectiveness of Private and Government Schools
Relative Cost of Private and Public Schools
Primary Research- Research from Parents of students
Primary Research- Research from School Teachers
PEST Analysis .
Key Challenges/ Barriers
Opportunities in the Indian Education
Methodology of Public- Private Partnership
Questionnaire for Parents
Questionnaire for teachers of Government Schools
Questionnaire for teachers for Private Schools

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