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Manipur Education Crisis

The literacy rate of the state is very impressive when we compared with other states of the country. But when it draws closer to the quality of education, it is not impressive due to the low status of educational institutes run either by the state government or private. Manipur had a total literacy rate of 60.96 percent (72.98 percent males and 48.64 percent females) in 1991, and increased to 66.53 percent (80.33 percent males and 60.53 percent females) in 2001.

According to the census of India 2001

District Wise Literacy Rate

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisplinary Studies

In India today, 4% of our children never start school. 58% don’t complete primary schools. And 90% don’t complete school. The fact that only 25% of our children go on to college or universities both saddens and angers us.

Tamminashi Khangminnashi exists because of a deep belief that every child can and must attain an excellent education. Tamminashi Khangminassiexists to prove that no child’s demographics should determine his or her destiny. To us, the end of educational inequity is the freedom for all children to have the opportunity to reach their potential. And the day that all children reach their potential is the day that Manipur reaches her potential.

UNIQUE TRANSMISSION believes that day will come in our lifetime.

UNIQUE TRANSMISSION believes that it will take a movement of leaders with the idealism, belief, skills and commitment to actualize this vision. We are committed to finding, developing and supporting India’s brightest, most promising leaders for this to happen.