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Crowding Sourcing: Will It Help To Needy/Underprivileged Learners

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India, as a developing country needs to pace fast with time to be at par with other countries worldwide and so is the need to grow individuals who have the knowledge to question the undesirable and ideas to stand for a change. Thus imparting education and making it reach more people is the need of the hour.

But a major hindrance to education is poverty that has trapped nearly 38% of Indians in its clutches. While an income less than ₹135 per day stands under the BPL category internationally, the cost of providing 13 years of education to a child in a developing country is around ₹83.78 per day as per research made by the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO). Learning stands as an epitome of success, but quality education in this competitive world has become highly expensive. While education has become one of the greatest needs of this changing era, it has become equally difficult to attain it. Many students manage to get into schools and colleges but further, scraping together money to afford the sky-high expenses of the books and study materials becomes a difficulty. As a result of this, many people often tend to drop out of school or colleges and discontinue from any further education…………………