By Richard W. Coyle, APThe Indian education system is one of the most ambitious in the world.
It’s a system that relies heavily on private funding and that was once hailed as a model for developing a modern education system, but the results of the government’s ambitious push for modernization have been dismal.
The government, which has tried to reform education in several parts of the country, has been unable to do much.
Its attempts to implement reform have been mixed at best, and it’s now taking steps to reform it further.
The story of the education system has been told before.
In 2008, the Indian government launched the National Educational Service Act (NESA) which required all Indian states to open and maintain private schools.
The government also created a government body, the National Education Board (NEB), to oversee all education in the country.
But the NESA didn’t go far enough, as it didn’t fully tackle the problem of overuse of private schools and teachers, and the NEB didn’t address the issue of teachers and students who were often not working together.
The Indian government then tried to implement reforms, but its reforms failed to deliver.
In the last few years, the NAB has been pushing for reforms and the government has tried a number of measures to try to improve the quality of education.
But the Indian education reform has been stymied by the fact that the Neb has been too small and the reforms have not been implemented.
What’s the problem?
A lack of resourcesIn 2015, the government launched a new National Education Policy for India, which aims to create a modern educational system that is sustainable for the country in the 21st century.
In this plan, the country has pledged to invest $8 billion over the next four years to improve education in all levels of government.
The plan also calls for more than $8.5 billion in additional funding over the same period.
But according to the National Center for Education Statistics, the number of students in India’s primary and secondary education system was just 1.4 million in 2015, down from 2.3 million in 2011.
And the number who completed their education in India in 2015 was just 2.9 million, down significantly from 3.6 million in 2012.
In a report released earlier this year, the Ministry of Education and Science said that there was “limited scope” for the government to spend more than 20% of the budget on education and that a majority of the money for the education budget went to teachers and other school personnel.
It also said that the number and quality of teachers in Indian schools was very poor, and that the quality and quality education of students had deteriorated.
And that the country had not built an “educational infrastructure” that could help improve the level of education in Indian students.
A recent report by the National Bureau of Statistics also noted that the amount of money spent on teachers and student development in India was not growing, even though the country is projected to grow by 3.3% in 2020.
The lack of investmentIn 2015 and 2016, the Government of India launched a national review to examine the state of the national education system and the funding of the NesA.
It said that over the last two years, it had invested $9.5-billion in education, up from $7.5-$8 billion in 2015.
But, the report also noted, it was unable to spend that amount on improving the quality or quality of teaching and the students’ education.
The report said that education funding is only “relatively stable” over the past four years, and its funding has been “poorly targeted and insufficiently directed.”
According to the report, “a small percentage of the total education budget is spent on instruction and teaching activities in schools.
There is insufficient and poor management of the schools and their operations.”
It also noted the failure to improve teacher recruitment and the quality in schools and the lack of accountability in education.
It also noted some deficiencies in teaching, especially in English-medium schools, where students have been subjected to poor education and lack of proper training.
But even though there were serious shortcomings in the education sector in India, it wasn’t enough for the Nabis to create the kind of education system that it wanted.
To create an educated workforce, the national government had to spend billions of dollars.
The NesAs recommendations have been implemented in the last three years, but they haven’t been enough.
“The system is not up to the task,” said A. Rajendran, a senior official at the National Institute of Education.
“The system needs more resources, and they are not spending that.”
The National Human Resource Development Authority (NHRA), which manages the education systems, has recently started to look at ways to spend some of the funds it is receiving from the NbsA.
The NHRA is responsible for all education funding in the state, and has been looking at ways of