One of the greatest problems in the educational systems of the U.S. is that the powers in the Federal and State departments seem to know so little about human beings. Somehow, they think that learning can all be objectified and that people's abilities make no difference--"teachers must just adjust to the individual's learning style."
In the efforts of mass production of humans in the U.S. public schools in which "No child is left behind," an objective exam is "perfected" that will "accurately" measure students against the established "norms." It is the job of the production supervisors, the teachers, to get students on the proper assembly lines so that they will "measure up" to specifications.
In reality, this testing is utilitarian and like the philosophy it follows, it is a failure. Maybe the superintendents of Education should read Dickens's Bleak House, although they may require the abridged edition.
Now, if India is trying to imitate the U.S. as so many countries foolishly do in other areas, there are bumps in the road ahead!