The study article More than one in five students who are eligible to study in India study online in a language other than their mother tongue.
This is a huge problem, especially for disadvantaged students.
For them, the only options are to study either in English or in a native language and they are often discouraged from taking a foreign language course.
While some schools offer specialisation in the language of their parents, they usually come up against the language barrier and not the lack of resources.
This means that students are not given the opportunity to hone their academic skills and are not taught to learn a foreign way of speaking.
The study of a foreign tongue has become a requirement for some students in order to pursue their education.
However, it has not been included in the syllabus of all Indian universities.
This is because it is not a compulsory subject in the country and it is seen as a way of keeping the indigenous languages alive.
In fact, the government of India has recently decided to introduce a requirement in universities for students to study a foreign Language to help students pass the English exam.
This initiative is a step in the right direction, but the problem is that it does not provide the best options to students who want to study their native languages.
The biggest impediment for the development of this aspect of education is that the education system in India is very fragmented.
Even though the government has introduced mandatory language proficiency tests, it is a process that can take years to complete.
Furthermore, it requires students to work hard and are often under pressure to study and pass their examinations.
This has led to a lack of confidence in the ability of students to pass the tests and thus students are less likely to enrol.
To help students to achieve the maximum possible outcome, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has created the study of their native language as a requirement.
It has also provided the funds to universities for the study.
The first step in improving the quality of education in India involves providing more opportunities to students in the Indian education system.
The next step is to provide students with the best possible learning environment and training to enable them to achieve their academic and professional goals.