Consultation on 'Government Financing of School Education in India' 22 December, 2016
CBGA, in collaboration with Child Rights and You (CRY), has carried out a research study on government financing of school education in India. The analysis, covering the budgets of all the states over a four year period (2012-13 to 2015-16), unpacks the structure and composition of budgetary spending on school education in the country. It aims to inform the policy discourse on issues relating to education, focusing especially on how different states have designed their resource envelope for school education over the last four years. In this context, we have organised a consultation on 22nd December to share the findings of the study.
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- Consultation on 'Government Financing of School Education in India'
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- Conference on 'International Taxation and Regional Cooperation: Challenges and Opportunities for Asia'
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