Research

Research

 

Websites

  1. Right to Education

Journals

  1. Low cost schooling! Is it in the favor of poor? Is it available equally to everyone. Read More
    http://enterprisingschools.com/sites/default/files/library/documents/low_cost_private.pdf
  2. Private education for poor: Are private schools able to meet the educational needs of the poor: Read more
    http://www.cato.org/sites/cato.org/files/pubs/pdf/tooley.pdf
  3. Public-private partnership for quality education in India by Karthik Muralidharan:
    http://www.dise.in/downloads/use%20of%20dise%20data/karthik%20muralidharan2.pdf
  4. Survey of rural private primary schools in India conducted in 2003:
    http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.168.3057&rep=rep1&type=pdf

Reports

  1. Grey Matters Capital Report on Affordable Private Schools:  http://www.periglobal.org/sites/periglobal.org/files/APS%20Sector%20Analysis_2012_GrayMattersCapital.pdf
  2. Private Schools for the poor, a case study by James Tooley and Pauline Dixon:
    http://cfbtstaging.cfbt.com/cfbt/PDF/91001.pdf
  3. Growth of low cost private sectors in elementary education:
    http://www.idfc.com/pdf/report/2012/Chapter_8.pdf
  4. Why parents choose private education over government education? Case studies by GMC tracing the history of school development: http://www.dise.in/Downloads/Use%20of%20Dise%20Data/Ross%20Baird.pdf
  5. Private Education: What the poor can teach us
    http://www.insideronline.org/archives/2003/sep03/private_edu.pdf
  6. Government Schools: A privilege with harassment. A case study at M.P.
    http://www.ncpcr.gov.in/Reports/Shiksha_Panchayat_Report_of_Public_Hearing_on_Right_to_Education_held_in_Dewas_M_P_2007.pdf8.
  7. Effectiveness of Private Schools in India by Rukmini Banerji:
    http://www.ihds.umd.edu/IHDS_papers/PrivateSchooling.pdf
  8. Enrolment pattern of private schools in rural India:
    http://www.idfc.com/pdf/report/2012/Chapter_5.pdf
  9. Private Sector in education: IIR Report 12
    http://parthjshah.in/sites/default/files/articles/private-initiative-in-indias-education-miracle.pdf
  10. Private Schools for the Poor by JAMES TOOLEY
    http://www.catholiceducation.org/articles/education/ed0319.htm
  11. Shailja Chandra Report:
    http://delhieducationactreviewreport.blogspot.in/2012/04/report-of-review-committee-on-delhi_06.html

Articles

  1. RTE: A critique by Parth J Shah and Shreya Agarwal
    http://parthjshah.in/sites/default/files/articles/rte-critique_cfo-connect_may2010.pdf
  2. Private Schools in the Poorest Countries
    http://www.cato.org/sites/cato.org/files/serials/files/policy-report/2005/9/cpr-27n5-1.pdf

 

Books and Publications

  1. The Beautiful Tree: A Personal Journey Into How the World's Poorest People Are Educating Themselves by James Tooley
  2. The impact of charter schools on public and private school enrolments:
    http://www.cato.org/publications/policy-analysis/impact-charter-schools-public-private-schoolenrollments
  3. The real cost of public schools:
    http://www.cato.org/publications/policy-analysis/they-spend-what-real-cost-public-schools

 

Internship Papers: CCS

  1. Monitoring the administration of Right to Education Act:
    This paper addresses the issue of examining the structure of RTE and implementing agency is different from the monitoring agency. For more information http://www.ccs.in/interns2010/supriya-narang-monitoring-the-right-to-education%20.pdf
  2. Effect of RTE on unrecognized schools:
    This paper checks whether the norms provided by RTE are met or not, otherwise they would face closure. For more information http://www.ccs.in/interns2010/sonjuhi-singh_right-to-education-vs-the-right-to-educate.pdf
  3. Impact of RTE on financial structure of BPS:
    This paper discusses the rise in the fees of budget private school after the introduction of RTE. For more information http://ccsinternship.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/246_jasraj-singh-bhinder_who-pays-for-rte_third.pdf
  4. Reservation for the underprivileged:
    25% seats of unaided schools are reserved for the economically weaker sections of the society. For more information http://www.ccs.in/interns2010/shruti-ambast_article-25-pc-reservation-under-rte-at-what-cost.pdf
  5. Summary of the level of education provided by schools in Delhi:
    This paper classifies school on different basis and provides comparative analysis. For more information http://www.ccs.in/interns2003/chap27.pdf
  6. Private Schools:
    This paper emphasizes on the legal procedure and steps that are to be undertaken to open a private school. For more information http://www.ccs.in/interns2003/chap28.pdf
  7. Education Vouchers:
    This paper assesses voucher schemes, its objectives, advantages and disadvantages. For more information http://www.ccs.in/interns2003/chap31.pdf
  8. Expenditure on education by government:
    For more information http://www.ccs.in/interns2005/18.%20Edu%20Exp%20Delhi.pdf
  9. A Case study on unrecognized private schools in the unauthorized colony of Sangam Vihar, Delhi:
    For more information http://www.ccs.in/interns2005/20.%20Exploring%20the%20Unregulated.pdf
  10. Business in education:
    This paper mainly focuses on the entrepreneurship undertaken by unrecognized schools in the form of education, for more information http://www.ccs.in/interns2006/Business%20Model%20-%20Sahil%20Manekia.pdf
  11. Venture Capital and Micro-finance Instituted Business Plan for a School Edupreneur:
    Through this paper, it is studied whether it is possible to procure finances for the institutionally disabled edupreneurs from private players like venture capitalists and micro-finance institutions. For more information http://www.ccs.in/downloads/intern-papers-07/venture-capital-micro-finance-instituted-business-plan-for-school-edupreneur-181.doc

 

Non-CCS

  1. How private players are doing better than government in a vital sector, Education.
    This paper talks about the efficient working of low budget private schools as compared to free education providers government school. Read More
    http://dfc.com/pdf/report/2012/Chapter_8.pdf
  2. In the presence of an almost free alternative how bps are preferred by low income groups: A case study from Hyderabad.
    http://cfbtstaging.cfbt.com/cfbt/PDF/91001.pdf
  3. Private Schools serving the poor: A case study from Delhi
    This paper talks about how efficiently private schools are serving a medium to provide education to poor kids. Read More
    http://schoolchoice.in/research/viewpoint8.pdf
  4. Private Schooling in India: A new landscape
    This paper carves out the difference b/w public and the private schools. Read More
    http://ihds.umd.edu/IHDS_papers/PrivateSchooling.pdf
  5. The Regulation of Private Schools Serving Low-Income Families in Andhra Pradesh, India
    This paper talks about how private schools are imparting education to poor kids in Hyderabad and Secunderabad. Read More
    http://schoolchoice.in/research/hydrabad.pdf
  6. A study on how low-income parents choose private schools for their children:
    http://www.graymatters.in/pdf/Consumers%20of%20Affordable%20Private%20Schooling_Policy%20Innovations.pdf
  7. Private Education is good for poor
    Read More. http://www.cato.org/sites/cato.org/files/pubs/pdf/tooley.pdf
  8. Comparing public, private and market schools: an international evidence:
    http://www.cato.org/sites/cato.org/files/articles/10.1.1.175.6495.pdf
  9. The Aggregate Effect of School Choice: Evidence From a Two-stage Experiment in India
    http://www.nber.org/papers/w19441.pdf