Illiteracy is a burning question to-day in india it should be eradicated root and branch to make our life happy and prosperous to eradicate this problem and to bring about her social, economical and political improvements all educated persons and students should join hands together in all possible ways.
The best solution for solving the problem of illiteracy in india and around the world is simple, to abandon literacy (or focusing on literacy) what’s so special about literacy you don’t need to be literate for survival, you need food, water, and shelter for survival literacy consumes so many resources.
Mass illiteracy problem in india every issue that our society faces is like a link of a chain each issue is connected to another, either directly or indirectly the chain of issues in this society that we live in, the strongest link of that chain is illiteracy. Illiteracy in india is a problem which has complex dimensions attached to it illiteracy in india is more or less concerned with different forms of disparities that exist in the country there are gender imbalances, income imbalances, state imbalances, caste imbalances, technological barriers which shape the literacy rates that exist in the country.
Mass illiteracy and child education have to be tackled on a war footing because of the sheer magnitude of the problem related articles: india’s struggle against illiteracy: causes, efforts and conclusions. The problem of illiteracy is not a problem on an absolute scale but when it is fused with overpopulation, it transforms into menace for a country like india the population of india is 1324 billion and the literacy rate of india is 7404% which means that 26% of people cannot read and write in any language.
The problem of illiteracy is a major social issue in india the problem has spread through-out the country in a wide way it is one of the most dangerous obstacles in the economy’s growth. So in summary one can say that amongst 42% of india’s population, higher levels of poverty is driving illiteracy chart a other interesting observations can be made if we try to analyze the literacy rates by age groups for the general category of population, scheduled castes and scheduled tribes (see chart b below.