​​​Transforming Lives



English is perceived in India as a valuable life and livelihood skill. The quality of English teaching in India is a big question mark. David Graddol in his book English Next India argues that India has to keep pace with global development of English or it may lose its edge over other developing countries. A survey of 55,000 students in 2011 found that not even 3% were employable directly without further training by information technology (IT) companies. They also said that about 78% of those surveyed struggled in the English language– published in The Economist, Sept 29th 2012 .

Margdarshi reaches out to the schools and colleges to bridge the learn ability gap by using innovative methods of 10:90 i.e. 10% of academics and rest of applicability.