Education has become a business now. Most of the private institutions provide low quality education and those graduating from them are unable to get good jobs. Write an article in about 100-120 words for a national daily on the plight of the students who get tricked into joining these institutions.
Standard of Education in Private Institutions
Education these days has lost its standard. It has become just a business today. Private institutions, in the name of schools, colleges can be seen coming up everywhere, rather it is better to say that the private institutions are mushrooming at a fast rate. They are founded in a hurry, just to make financial benefits. Generally, they don’t have proper infrastructure.
Most of the private institutions provide low quality education as they employ untrained staff, so that they don’t have to pay them a handsome amount in terms of salary. The management has nothing to do with the students’ learning standards.
These institutions with inadequate library facilities and without teaching aids and qualified faculty produce such graduates who are unable to get good jobs as they don’t have the required knowledge. That’s not enough. Despite these flaws, they don’t compromise in terms of fees. They charge the fees exorbitantly.
It is the need of the hour that the government should keep a strict check on the establishment of such fake or sub-standard institutions to save those students who get tricked into joining these institutions.