Augmenting Transformation In Rural Schools

Because more than half of India’s population live in villages, rural development is a crucial factor in the development of its economy. Rural education is vital for the development of India’s economy, social structure, and living conditions.

The contribution of rural India toward India’s economic development is weak and, while the government strives to increase rural income and living standards, a lot still needs to be done. The concept of rural development has undergone fundamental change from being correlated to agricultural development, to now constituting quality of life through improvements in education, health, nutrition, income, and discrimination.