Our society is becoming too stressful, violent and fast-paced and poverty and rural illiteracy among the Indian populace is making things worse. The gear is seemingly going out of hand and the corruption, violence in the society becoming far too prominent to ignore. Lop sided economic growth coupled with cultural changes is compounding the problems and our societal issues such as the over desire for wealth accumulations; preference for individual development at the cost of societal well being, is too prevalent to be ignored and is of grave concern to the planners and administrators in India. The simple concept of human development has been lost to the sophisticated vanity and complicated language of economic planners.
The 21st century needs dynamic teachers who can bring out change, foster change, innovate and lead. Such minds only can give a clear vision, transform a society and create better world. There is an urgent to stem the rot in the field of education. Literacy education must go hand in hand and so should be the case with knowledge and life values knowledge without moral values is not an education at all.