The article argues that for a dependent population group like children, services like running care homes, adoption centres, counselling etc. under the existing schemes are both necessary and important and cater to a large beneficiary base.
During the pandemic, with closure of institutions and adoption of online education,we have seen a multi-fold growth of Edtech industries in India. Does this drive for technology in education is a solution for universal quality learning?
While India is committed to ‘leaving no one behind’, the digital delivery of school education has left many students out of the loop as initial communication could not be established with them.