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SHWETA SASTRI
The government proposed a range of major changes for India's education system in the budget and laid emphasis on the importance of not only providing literacy but improving the quality of education. The decision to set up a National Research Foundation to fund and coordinate research in India is welcome. The allotment of 400-cr to develop world class institutions is to be highly appreciated. This is a balanced budget as far as education sector is concerned.

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SHWETA SASTRI
Managing Director,
Canadian International School,
Bengaluru
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