The illiteracy in India is high as compared to other countries a magnanimous of 287 million. While significant success has been there in provision of education all over India still there are challenges which need to be met. One of the important concerns is teacher-pupil ratio which should be proper. Many NGOs have undertaken this challenge with the downtrodden and weaker sections of the society. This covers rural, urban and semi urban areas and relevant to different parts of society. Formal as well as informal studies.
The formal education comes by MS under this category which caters to the rural and urban slum communities to give structured academic setup to children who are underprivileged. Such educational setups prevail where government run facilities are existent or not enough equipped to meet the demands. There is concern to provide quality education check the rate of dropping out of children.
For special children vital care is required. The caregivers should be extended support and those who toil hard to bring a change for better.
Non-Formal education can be supplemented or complemented to formal education.