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EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIAABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 0123456789 PRESENTATION BY :- Prateek Kataria   Avika Sood   Sanjay Ag...
INTRODUCTION   Indian Department of Education : Ministry Of Human Resource    Development   Headed By: KapilSibbal   Na...
PRESENT SCENARIO   National Council For Education Research and Training is the apex body for    Curriculum   NCERT provi...
STRUCTURE Primary    Secondary    Higher       Open &                        Education     Distance                       ...
ISSUES   Work Force Quality    o 25% of public sector teachers and 40% of public sector medical       workers were absent...
GRIM REALITY      A NEED FOR CHANGE
IES - the largest            Inefficiency - the highest    Investablityquotient(I                                         ...
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS             ( 2009)
COMPARISON OF REGULATIONSSegment       India           US              UK            Brazil            SingaporePre-School...
KEY PLAYERS IN PRIVATE SECTOR PreschoolMultimedia/IT in Schools Coaching  Classes Vocational  TrainingBook Market         ...
DEEPER DIVE INTO PRIVATE IES                           Total no. of schools 1,025,000                             7%      ...
STRUCTURAL CHANGES REQUIREDAg             What is the Issue?                     What Needs to Change?     Agenda         ...
DEEPER DIVE INTO PRIVATE IES                         1.4                                                              4500...
Value       Non-               Growth   Scalabliby                                      Comments                          ...
KEY TRENDS & WAY FORWARDInternationalization Establishing international collaborations for faculty/student exchange Offs...
KEY TRENDSGrowth of Multi-Campus Model Colleges opening other campusesOnline Education Due to an great increase in the n...
SWOT    ANALYSIS
 Responsible for creation of large human resources Skill set with English proficiency and quantitative has resulted     ...
 Lack of investment in infrastructure leading to mis –  administered universities                                        ...
 Inflow of foreign students resulting in huge revenues                                                                   ...
 Private institutions may not indulge in social responsibility Regional disparities between rich and poor may widen     ...
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  1. 1. EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIAABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 0123456789 PRESENTATION BY :- Prateek Kataria Avika Sood Sanjay Agarwal Prabhleen
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Indian Department of Education : Ministry Of Human Resource Development Headed By: KapilSibbal National Budget: 52,057 crore System Type: Federal ,State , Private Literacy Total Male Female 71% 82% 65% Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  3. 3. PRESENT SCENARIO National Council For Education Research and Training is the apex body for Curriculum NCERT provides research and Training and Research assistance to various Schools. Other Bodies o ICSE (Indian School Certification Examination) o State Boards o National Institute Of Open Schooling Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  4. 4. STRUCTURE Primary Secondary Higher Open & Education Distance Learning Private Senior Secondary Home NonSchooling Technical Technical Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  5. 5. ISSUES Work Force Quality o 25% of public sector teachers and 40% of public sector medical workers were absent o Absence rates ranged from 15% in Maharashtra to 30% in Bihar Infrastructure o 59% of the schools had no drinking water and 89% had no toilets o 3.5% of primary schools in Bihar and Chhattisgarh had toilets for girls o The number of secondary schools is almost half the number of upper primary schools available in the country Curriculum Issues o Rote learning rather than problem solving Participation o Lower secondary level enrolment rate is 52% o Senior secondary level it is 28% o Pre-school is merely 18% o 48% drop-out rate in elementary education Source:Fortress Team Research
  6. 6. GRIM REALITY A NEED FOR CHANGE
  7. 7. IES - the largest Inefficiency - the highest Investablityquotient(I Q)- the lowestLargest Capitalized space ‘Insufficient’ funds $40bn:‘overregulated• Public spend of $30bn • Free product loses market & under- governed’(3.7% of GDP) share - 40% of the student • For 80% of the• Private spend of $50bn base enrolled in private private spends(14% CAGR) schools (formal IES), regulations (not-for- profit mandate) a bigLargest Supply ‘Inefficient’ supply deterrent• A network of ~1m •66% of the school network • Low political will toschools and 18,000 HEIs only till primary level bring about the much• First Indian satellite - • Only 0.85% of USD 30 bn required structuralEDUSAT (launch Sep-04) spent on capital changeto serve the education expendituresectorLargest Demand Lowest $10bn: Scores low on• Globally the largest enrollments, highest scalability. Forpopulation of 572m dropouts remaining 20% (non-within the 0-24 years age • 61% of target population formal IES), scalabilitygroup enrolled remains a big issue • 40% dropout Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  8. 8. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ( 2009)
  9. 9. COMPARISON OF REGULATIONSSegment India US UK Brazil SingaporePre-School Profit motive Profit motive No Low Low allowed allowed regulations regulations regulationsK-12 Non profit Profit motive Profit No Profit making motive allowed making not government allowed allowed interference in feesTutoring Profit motive - - - - allowedHigher Non profit Profit motive Profit No Profit makingEducation motive allowed making government allowed allowed interference in feesVocational Profit motive Profit motive Not Not Special allowed allowed controlled controlled policies to encourage growthPreparatory Profit motive - - - - allowed Source: Technopak Advisors Report
  10. 10. KEY PLAYERS IN PRIVATE SECTOR PreschoolMultimedia/IT in Schools Coaching Classes Vocational TrainingBook Market Source: Company, IDFC-SSKI Research
  11. 11. DEEPER DIVE INTO PRIVATE IES Total no. of schools 1,025,000 7% 93% Private Government7% of these schoolsare private - yet 40%of the students are Total no. of students enrolled 219menrolled Private 40% 60% Private GovernmentIndia has 18,000higher education Total no. of Higher Education Instututes18,000institutes - 77% of 77% 23%them are private Private Government US$ 50 Bn expected to grow to US$ 80 Bn by 2012 (14% CAGR) Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  12. 12. STRUCTURAL CHANGES REQUIREDAg What is the Issue? What Needs to Change? Agenda • Regulations require all • A structural change required to institutions to be run as a trust or allow for-profit schools & ‘Trust’ society colleges. Issues • No dividends & surplus to be ploughed back • More than 75% of educational • Strong political will to realign Political institutes run by politicians education policies Quagmire • Vested interest needs to take a back seat • Subsidized land demarked for • State development authoritiesLand Blues schools is hoarded & resold to need to put a system in place to schools at much higher prices ensure genuine bidders get land • Despite 100% FDI, no regulation • Clear regulations need to be in Low FDI formulated for recognizing place to recognize foreign foreign HEIs under UGC universities Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  13. 13. DEEPER DIVE INTO PRIVATE IES 1.4 45000Fees per annum (Rs. m) 40000 1.2 1.15 40000 35000 Fees per annum (Rs.) 1 0.9 30000 0.8 25000 0.6 0.6 0.6 20000 15000 16000 0.4 15000 0.2 0.2 0.15 0.15 10000 0.2 CAGR 12% 3500 5000 0 0 CAGR 18% IIM A IIM B IIM C IIM K Private Schools Coaching Classes 1999 2008 1999 2008 Household spend on education - CAGR of 8.6% versus consumption growth of 3.2% over 1995 - 2005 Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  14. 14. Value Non- Growth Scalabliby Comments creation regulated Kids and Kangaroo Kids are thePre-school relevant players Innovative structures evolving; K-12 Educomp Solutions Innovative structures evolving; a Higher long term game; Manipal Universal Education Learning the only investable player Vocational NIIT the only scaled-up model;80%Training and of the market difficult to scale coaching Low-growth market (reusability at Books 70%Low-growth market (reusability at 70%Multimedia Annuity business model;in Schools EducompSolutions Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  15. 15. KEY TRENDS & WAY FORWARDInternationalization Establishing international collaborations for faculty/student exchange Offshore campuses - Monash University, Leeds UniversityChanges in Policy Landscape Changes expected in matters of transparency & norms Stress on quality above quantityIncrease in the Need for Professional Talent Scarcity of availability of faculty Increase in difficulty in filling jobs - 67% in 2011Adoption of Technology Increasing need for streamlining & controlling processes Multimedia in school is expected to grow to $320 mn in 2013 Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  16. 16. KEY TRENDSGrowth of Multi-Campus Model Colleges opening other campusesOnline Education Due to an great increase in the number of internet users Expected to grow to $220 mn in 2013 from $40 mn in 2008Sports Education $38 bn sports education and management industry Entities like Edu Sports, Kooh Sports, Sports Education DevelopmentVocational Education/ Training Enhance workforce from current 12% to 25% by 2017 Government intends to open 250,000 schools in next 5 years Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  17. 17. SWOT ANALYSIS
  18. 18.  Responsible for creation of large human resources Skill set with English proficiency and quantitative has resulted STRENGTHS in international demand of Indian students Presence of Government run initiatives and NGO’S have provided a strong base to the system New education reforms has made education sector more lucrative According to world bank, 3.6 million teachers working on full time basis Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  19. 19.  Lack of investment in infrastructure leading to mis – administered universities WEAKNESS Heavy dependence on government funding Political interference in the university administration Lack of market orientation in designing curriculum Inadequate collaboration among professional organizations Little scope in extra curricular activities Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  20. 20.  Inflow of foreign students resulting in huge revenues OPPORTUNITIES Increased competition resulting in improved efficiency and quality FDI in education helping the Indian students to get education at cheaper costs More than 300 equity funds likely to invest in indian education system 44.4% increase in American students (2,690 in 2010 to 3,884 in 2011) Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
  21. 21.  Private institutions may not indulge in social responsibility Regional disparities between rich and poor may widen THREATS Marketing techniques by universities may promote courses which are irrelevant to students High growth in foreign and Indian colleges might focus on profit making rather than quality education Source: IDFC-SSKI Research
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