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Majority of young Indians believe education quality in the country has become better: UNICEF survey

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The survey — The Changing Childhood Project — conducted across 21 countries, including India, by UNICEF and Gallup found that nearly 73 per cent of young Indian respondents between 15-24 years of age believe that the quality of education has become better now compared to the past. “In India, where an overwhelming number of the world’s young people reside, it is heartening to see the optimism and value attached to education,” said Yasumasa Kimura, UNICEF India Representative (interim). The survey also found that 67 per cent of girls feel that digital technology has helped children in education, compared to 59 percent of boys.

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