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Context: Over the year Less resource allocation is seen in the education sector. This article talked about India's unprecedented education emergency.
Level of opacity of education finance in India
On the other hand, data from the Ministry of Education indicates that public spending on education had reached 4.3% of GDP in the same year, rising from 3.8% of GDP in 2011-12.
However, the composition of these expenditures is not readily available.
Low allocation for education
A recent World Bank study notes that India spent 14.1 % of its budget on education, compared to 18.5% in Vietnam and 20.6% in Indonesia, countries with similar levels of GDP.
Public spending on education in most States in India was below that of other middle-income countries even before the pandemic.
This compares with the 4.3% of GDP that lower-middle-income countries spent, as a group, between 2010-11 and 2018-19.
The following methods can be adopted to increase access to education
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