He also emphasised the need to develop Results Framework Document for each State to measure its achievements and use the data for appropriate policy interventions. He also stated the need to integrate private sector good management and educational practices in the mainstream through public private partnerships.
A Didar Singh, Secretary General, FICCI, said that in order to contribute to the growth of the school education and influence policy, there is a need for paradigm shift in the mind set and treat education sector like any business sector to make it efficient, effective and result oriented.
Prabhat Jain, Co-Chair, FICCI
School Education Committee, in his concluding remarks, emphasised
that education is a business where value needs to be created first
unlike other businesses. He emphasized that the government and
private sector must work together for the delivery of education.
On the occasion, three reports were released on education namely, FICCI - CSF Report on Guidelines for Designing and Implementing Large Scale Learner Assessments; FICCI - EY Knowledge Paper on Strengthening Private Sector Contribution to School Education and FICCI - CSF Report on Public Private Partnerships in Education.