Senior Secondary School
Education plays a very important role in the economic development of a country. Improving the literacy rate of the country has been the prime focus of the Indian Government. For this purpose, the Government has launched a number of subsidy and other education welfare schemes to facilitate the growth of education in India. Higher education is very important as it helps in shaping the personality as well as the career of a person. Higher education caters to the needs of the economy by way of developing the social, cultural, and spiritual values of a human being.The Indian school market has witnessed strong growth during 2020-2025. India has around 1.55 million K-12 schools and 218 million student base in the global education sector. The school education in India has traditionally been characterised by overcrowding of classes and ineffective learning for students. However, as a result of infrastructure development, increasing private and public investments and technological advancements, the school infrastructure in the country has seen significant growth with the teaching mode also shifting to digital learning and smart class formats. This has assisted the students in significant improvement of their academic performance thereby making teaching more effective.