Help to raise donation for education of underprivileged children
Since India gained independence from British rule in 1947, it has made steady progress in primary and secondary education. But there are several stumbling blocks on the road to achieving the goal of universal education. These include a lack of adequate funds, physical infrastructure and quality teachers. India spends only a little over 3% of its GDP on education against the benchmark of 6% that every national education policy has set since 1968.
India needs significant mobilisation and collaboration between the government and the private and social sectors to provide quality education to every eligible child.
While the government has to step up its efforts, The Backbenchers Foundation is working hard to achieve the maximum possible literacy rate in India.