While we bragg about how some elites of our society are doing so well in US.It does not change the fact that the entire education system in India is in turmoil.An average Indian cannot do basic algebra or write a single line correctly which has been proven time and again by various international standardized tests.Schools in villages do not even have basic infrastructure and teachers remain largely absent and those who do come are of extreme poor quality.Last month i read in the news that thousands of teachers themselves could not even pass class V level subjects. Higher education in India is totally non existent. Hilariously i leaned more about my engineering topics in one year of GATE preparation than in 4 years of engineering.There is hardly any research going even in elite institutions and whatever that is happening is of low quality.Thesis copying/stealing is rampant amongst PhD pursuers.No doubt why only 6 Indians have got the noble,half of whom as foreign citizens. And those who do get out of this shamble of education system face a new challenge of joblessness.Apparently India a country of young people has no job for it's youngsters.Apart from some availability in IT and Banking there is hardly any job in other sectors.According to research conducted by various international agencies close to 90% of Indian graduates are unemployable. This extraordinary focus on service sectors like I.T has lead to transformation of Indian society into a plutocratic society rather than an egalitarian one.And when you have a country with millions and millions of jobless youngsters, you can very well imagine what would happen next. India's superior economic growth of last decade has hardly benefited the impoverished masses. The statistics that defines India closely resonates that of a failed states than that of an emerging power.So without a trickle down effect 9% growth means nothing. India a country of 1.2 billion people produces an economy smaller than 30 million inhabited Canada speaks volumes on India's economic incompetence and it's geopolitical irrelevance. While we celebrate that poverty has fallen to 22%,can any one imagine living in 20-30 rupees a day in this era where prices of average vegetables has crossed over 50 Rs.Even in the poorest parts of the country living under 100 Rupees a day is a massive challenge considering that in today's age one needs education,healthcare,clothing and a roof over head and not just food.Majority of India's population live in Rural areas where living standards are primitive and with a cultural mindset of neanderthals.It's disgraceful than in this era of advance science people live in such undignified condition. Where was India growing ? If it was growing as stated in various media outlets why is it not visible ?