Even with Right to Education(RTE) providing free education to children between 6 to 14 along with Mid-Day Meal Programs, 32 million children have never gone to school in India, according to the National Sample Survey Office(NSSO) Report. 50% of class 5 students cannot read basic text or do arithmetic. There is a lack of funds, quality teachers as well as supporting infrastructure for children to thrive. Higher up, there is a huge privatization of education for professional courses, making college education monopoly of the privileged class. Finding innovative education solutions is essential to create a generation of skilled manpower in India.