Getting good education is probably a dream of every individual on the earth but for people in the third world countries when it comes to quality education the chances and opportunities both are minimum, there are several reasons behind this fact. At first there country is lacking quality institutions where the level and standard of education is not as good as in the other parts of the world plus secondly even if they are enrolled in the best institution of there country, due to the poor educational background the student doesn’t feel comfortable with the type of education he/she is getting and it really needs hard work for such a student to be able to adapt that education and standard. And with quality institutions being so less and the number of students 10000 times more than it can occupy many great brains are left with no option rather than to spend there educational time period in some normal and not up to the standard universities, some of them even quit studying (the main dilemma of illiteracy in third world countries), very few of the lucky yet rich class are able to make it to foreign universities in UK, USA e.g ( http://www.gibbsboston.edu/ ) , Canada, Australia, Germany etc .
The question is not why everyone cannot have good education? Even if some of the folks are not so good financially to support there study expenses why won’t the government and educational institution sponsor some great brains that are going wasted here in the third world countries?