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Implementation of Cloud Computing technology in Indian education system

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2 Author(s)
Gaurav Bhatia ; GGITS, JABALPUR (MP), India ; Ajay Lala

Indian education system has been divided into 4 levels at school and 3 levels in higher college level education. The strange part of our education system is on the one hand we have college like IIT's, IIM's and many good schools too which are famous for their quality education, Research and highly intelligent faculties and on the other hand we have colleges which are not even near by IIT's or IIM's. In the year 2011-2012 Government of India has provided Rs fifty three thousand crores to Ministry of Human Resources development for uplifting the education system in India. Although similar budgets have been allotted by the government previously in many years to improve the education system but in spite of that one fourth population of the country is still uneducated and in this figure educated means number of peoples who have passed their school, if we check for college level then this percent again going to reduced. Now searching for the reasons responsible for this we find the major one as there is no centralized system for the government to check the educational institutes in which not only the year end result produced is checked but it consist of throughout monitoring of all the education institutes in India. The lack of distribution of resources like teaching tools, teaching stuffs etc. As Cloud Computing technology is the most promising technology that binds solution to all the mentioned deficiency, thus we propose that with the help of this technology we can overcome these deficiencies and reach our goal of hundred percent literacy rates and also the goal to provide quality education to each and every citizen of India.

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Computing Communication & Networking Technologies (ICCCNT), 2012 Third International Conference on

Date of Conference:

26-28 July 2012