NEO-LIBERAL CAPITALISM IN INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS
Providing quality education is the main issue in today’s’ education system. Private investors for their profit maximization added international standard while provide education services. 1991 Indian economic reforms provide direct licence to the private investors for doing business in education field like other sector. Laissez-faire economic provides best educational facility to the students. There is a direct linked between growth of private educational institutions and country’s economic growth. The main objectives of this article are to see the challenges and future prospects of Indian education system and also to examine the different government policies regarding Indian education system in the light of neo-liberal perspective. For this the researcher used qualitative research design with historical research method. In the conclusion it is noticed that, different government policies provide recommendation for developing Indian education system but still now government educational institutions not reached as much level of standard as the private bodies have provided.