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1 FICCI School Education Conference EY-FICCI Report Private Sector’s Contribution to K12 Education in India

2 India has the largest K-12 system in the world

3 However, it serves from key challenges in terms of access and quality Grade. NothingLetterWordLevel 1 (Grade 1 text) Level 2 (Grade 2 text) All-India (Rural): reading level of children in different grades (%) Enrolment / GER across levels

4 The private sector constitutes a key part of the Indian K12 system ► Evidence of increasing enrolment in private schools in rural India- from 18.7% in 2006 to 25.6% in 2011 and declining enrolment in government schools

5 And the sector has played a significant role in terms of both access….. % enrolment all India K-12 schools in 2011: by level and management

6 … and quality Comparison between MCGM and private school SSC Results (Pass %)

7 Going forward 130,000 private schools would be required over the next 8-10 years Total projected enrolment 373 million students GER overall: 95% (projected)* 2022 stateCurrent state Total current enrolment 253 million students GER overall: ~69.3% Total number of private schools required to meet the requirements**: ~ 130,000 (Assuming current GER trends and shift to private schools trend)

8 However, the private sector is facing some severe challenges RTE IMPACT EXPANSION FINANCIAL ► Inadequate compensation by Govt. for 25% EWS: Schools facing closure ► Inflexible input based norms: ► Complex regulatory framework ► High capital cost ► Inability to access equity funding ► High upfront cost in the initial years

9 Recommendations to encourage private sector growth 1.Reduce input based norms – move to outcomes based system 2.Allow schools on short term leases/ rental model 3.Allow hub and spoke model – where neighbourhood schools are covered in main school’s ambit 4.Pooling of government and private resources 5.Reduce land area requirements/ provide flexibility in land ownership 6.Allow companies to set up schools across states

10 Recommendations to encourage private sector growth 7.Allow private schools flexibility on salaries in initial years 8.Provide single window clearance 9.Flexible norms for eligibility of private players 10.Limit regulation of fees 11.Greater independence in admission policies 12.Clarity on utilizing surpluses for new school set-up

11 DISCUSSION TOPICS 01. Relevance of private schools in Indian context; their contribution to K-12 schooling in terms of: o Introducing modern pedagogy o Introducing new areas of study o ICT Innovations o Professional Development 02. Bottlenecks in growth of K-12 Private Schools o Availability of land, specially in urban areas o Battery of Permissions required o Increasing interference of government driven by populist political motives o Fee control regulations in various states o Restrictions on making reasonable returns on investment 03. Participation of Private Schools in Nation Building – Engagement with state schools and assisting them raise their standards

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