When the United States is better than India, then why are so many students choosing to stay in India instead of studying in the United State?
This is the question that a group of experts have asked in a new report titled The Most Educated States of the World, released by the McKinsey Global Institute.
They have dubbed the United Kingdom the most educated country in the world, but they admit that the US is still far ahead in terms of the number of people who are educated.
The report, entitled ‘The Most Educator Nation: Education in the Most Educators Nation’, was released earlier this month.
It shows how India’s ranking in the rankings of the most literate countries differs from other nations in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
India’s overall ranking is just one of 10 countries, with five more places ahead of it in the index.
The McKinsey report says that the United states has a much lower literacy rate than other countries.
According to the OECD, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) data shows that the average literacy rate in the US for the years 2011 to 2021 was 47.1 percent.
That’s lower than in the OECD countries of Spain, Portugal and Germany, but higher than the OECD average of 33.6 percent.
In India, the average rate of literacy was lower at 41.1 percentage points.
However, the report says the number is much higher for the most populous state, which has a literacy rate of 79.2 percent.
India has been the only nation to make the top 10 in the ranking of the world’s most literates for the past five years, but the report also points out that the literacy rate is much lower in rural areas than urban areas.
The McKinsey survey was carried out between November 2016 and December 2017.
It also notes that India has one of the highest rates of illiteracy in the Asia-Pacific region.
The authors say the US has a better education system and a better job market than India.
But the McKinseys report suggests that the U.S. education system may not be the most efficient in terms a quality of learning, but is still the most popular among young people.