Book Chapter authored by Dr. Jyotsna Jha on ‘Private Schools, Religion and Commerce: Blurred Boundaries and Opaque Governance in India’ published

A book chapter written by Jyotsna Jha of CBPS has been published in a book titled ‘Private Sector Participation In Public Services: Education‘ by Aakar Books edited by K.B. Saxena. The title of the chapter is ‘Private Schools, Religion and Commerce: Blurred Boundaries and Opaque Governance in India’. It explores the relationship of education with religion and commerce. Analysing the private education system from Pre-colonial to contemporary times, the chapter argues that the two prime motivators of Private education provisioning in India are religion and commerce.