Dear Mr. Prime Minister,
Corruption is one of the most important problems that India is facing today. It exists at each and every stage of the Indian society.
If we analyse the cause for the corruption, we find that it is due to the poor education standards. Majority of the citizens are unable to think independently about what is right and what is wrong. It seems even the government wants the same as they do not take any standard measures to enhance the education standards.
If the education standards are increased, the people will think independently and question the government about the scams and the measures they are taking.
So if a real change is to be brought about, it is possible only through globalised education. As it is almost clear that the government would not take any permanent measures, people should come forward to develop the schools.
By interacting with the teachers, knowing the challenges they are facing, making companies issue funds for the government schools, this goal can definitely be achieved. Once the education standards are improved, the people will elect efficient leaders, and ultimately an efficient government.
As such the change can be initiated by enhancing the education standards.
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