Privatization or Public Private Partnerships? The State's Role in Education
Dr. Ram Murat Verma , Dr. Amresh Kumar Verma
This article examines the Indian government's projected public–private partnership (PPP) efforts in educational in its Eleventh and Eleven Five Year Plans. The research seeks to establish the state's role as a financier, manager, and administrator of instruction using the recommended PPP approaches. The findings show that PPPs in schools are directly linked to privatized, or that, despite assertions of a "vastly increased role that the nation," the recommended techniques limit the state's participation in education financing, administration, and governance. In compare to most African and Latin American countries' experiences, there has been little focus in the broader policy debate on the role that reinvigorated marketing of a domestic manufacturing capacity in either an import tariffs atmosphere out over five decades that followed liberation may well have rarely played in nurturing specific prerequisites that enabled globalization but instead nationalization policy positions to 'take' as much favorably.
Education, Governance and Public Policy, Education in South Asia, PPP, Social Sector.
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[Dr. Ram Murat Verma , Dr. Amresh Kumar Verma (2022) Privatization or Public Private Partnerships? The State's Role in Education IJIREM Vol-9 Issue-1 Page No-428-431] (ISSN 2350 - 0557). www.ijirem.org
Dr. Ram Murat Verma
Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Sanskriti University, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India