A Huge Crisis of Education


Education squeeze the key to the country’s advancement. It acts as a remedy against backward philosophy, blind custom, belief, etc. An educated nation is a forward-looking nation, self-aware and self-confident. Regrettably, when we start our journey as a Republic, our proficiency rates were awfully low.

Over the years, a big section of the people gains an elementary contact of the three ‘Rs’, yet the basic standards remain poor. There is no discuss the fact that the degree-holders of today by and large lag the graduates of a prior period when the standards of education were far superior.

Governments have failed to ccure the issue of falling educational standards, with both the standards of teaching and the quality of the taught leaving much to be want. In this condition, surveys by NGOs active in the field have frequently underlined the issues in the education sector, though determined reforms have been hard to come by.

Last week, the delivery of the Annual Status of Education Report produces a fresh conversation on the continuing delay in the educational field. The Right to Education Act made basic education an elemental right for those in the 6-14 age group. In the eight years since its establishment, it has helped enhanced the enrolment in this age group, with only 5.3 percent of children remaining out of the school system. This is most encouraging. These findings in the ASER report were integrated from the field survey conducted by the NGO Pratham.

Even after the age of 15, a clear majority of students continued to stay enrolled, the drop-out rate being a relatively small eight percent. It is in this factor, that a demand that the ambit of the RTE law be enhanced to cover children up to the age 18 years has been made. This would boost the poor to keep their young in school till they finish secondary education.

Though, the Government in recent years has put significance on skill development, the social bias against basic job-oriented skills for being. An earlier survey had found that a sizable percentage of school teachers themselves had failed the fundamental test usually given to the students they are meant to teach. The whole educational system is broken. Without fixing it, country looking at a bleak future, waste away the potential a very young population holds for the country.

Bruno Miller is a chief editor at MarketPRNews. He has 13 + years of experience in Content Writing & blogging. His hobbies are Travelling, Reading and learning new things.

Make A Statement With The Season Favorites, Exclusively At Le Mill

Mumbai, 2nd February 2018: Le Mill, a multi brand luxury fashion house located in Colaba, Mumbai, launches a collection of designer hand bags from Chloe, YSL, Celine and more.

Most New Year’s resolutions involve reinventing ourselves and what better way to do this then to update your wardrobe with a new designer handbag? Le Mill brings you a curation of designer bags that fit your essentials and represent your style.

Shop Chloe’s coveted ‘Pixie’ bag in a rich sienna hue for its unique circular shape, luxe gold hardware and surprisingly roomy interiors. Worn by princess-in-training Meghan Markle to her official engagements, this polished, yet bohemian bag is royal approved.


Celine’s ‘Clasp’ bag, with its structured shape, leather exterior,  simple yet distinctive gold clasp, from which the designer bag derives its name makes for a perfect office bag. Its minimalistic, no-nonsense appeal will ensure the designer handbag pairs perfectly with your office wear.

Party wear can be hard to accessorize, especially when you need a clutch that is dainty and holds your essentials. YSL’s ‘Kate’ bag, featuring the signature YSL monogram and metallic tassels is the ultimate party wear bag to take for a spin on a night out. Take it from dinner and drinks to a party with YSL’s chain link strap, you can dance the night away hands free.


Le Mill’s in house team of personal stylists will help you find the perfect designer bag that suits your needs. Shop new season designer handbags at Le Mill store now.

About Le Mill Mumbai:

Founded by two French women, raised in Paris and settled in Mumbai, the store was born from their dream for their adopted city to have a store worthy of its energy and global status. A store where Indian fashion and design can dialogue with iconic international brands, and storied fashion houses. Each brand at Le Mill is hand-picked by the founders to suit the needs of the modern Indian woman.

The store, set in a heritage building in Colaba, is spread over 4,000 sq ft and houses brands like Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Chloé, Céline, Dries Van Noten, Balmain and Peter Pilotto. As well as the best of Indian contemporary jewellery, fashion and design; including Gem Palace, Bodice, Eka, Péro, Design Temple, Casegoods and more. For a slice of Le Mill’s lifestyle, you can also tap us on InstagramFacebook and Twitter.

Contact us:

Le Mill Store
1st Floor, Pheroze Building,
Above Indigo Deli,Colaba,
Mumbai 400 005.
Tel: +91 22 2204 1925/27
Email: sales@lemill.in