Education is universally acknowledged in a vast body of literature as an essential element in the process of national development. (UNESCO, 2005; GEC, 2000: UNESCO, 1997; TGE, 1993) Lockheed and Verspoor, 1991; Psacharopoulos, 1985). Today, with a greater understanding of the junction that education has in society and in the nation as a whole, the world is striving to deliver primary education to every child. This goal has been on the international agenda since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Affirmed in 1948 that elementary education was to be made freely available and compulsory for all Children in all nations. This call was recently renewed by Jomtien and Dakar framework for action Education for All (EPA) Conferences and declarations. Accordingly, all nations, both developed and developing ones, are to prioritize the delivery of universal primary educatin.
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Kuldeep Kaur Juneja, Ram Rajesh Mishra, Nagesh Shinde. Issues in Quality of Primary Education in Backward Areas. Int. J. Ad. Social Sciences. 2016; 4(4):193-195