The schools being run by some non governmental organizations seem to be effective and professional in imparting knowledge to the children. The government schools have their own standards. The lack of efficient and proper infrastructure in educational institutions being run by the governments at the state and central levels is being criticized. Some parents cannot afford the very high fee charged by the corporate and other private educational institutions. Hence it is inevitable for them to send their wards to the schools which do not have satisfactory infrastructure. Still for some other parents, the accessibility to the educational institute does play a role in choosing an institute.
Some of the corporate and private educational institutions are willing to invest huge amounts of capital for the development of their firms. Such high investments would lead to the recruitment of better quality teachers and also the infrastructure development. The high quality teachers would produce better academic results, leading to the enhancement of the reputation of the educational institutes. The high reputation would increase the number of admissions and thus the availability of capital too for further development!.
Many parents are concerned mainly about six R’s: Recognition, Reputation, Responsibility, Results, Reliability, and Resources while choosing a school or a college for their children. The parents obviously do expect huge returns for their investment on education. Read the rest of this entry »