Russian education vs Indian education has some similarities and differences that are considered in detail below.
Russian preschool education is a system of public and private kindergartens with established learning programme and sanitary standards. Children go to such facilities at the age from 2-3 to 6-7 years and spend there all day.
In India, preschool education has in the overwhelming majority the form of family education by parents and family members. There are preparatory centers in some schools, where a child may spend an entire day.
In Russian Federation school education is compulsory and free of charge. It’s basic level comprises 9 years, after which one can stay at school for 2 years more or to get professional training in educational institutions of the 1st or the 2nd accreditation level, that is, technical secondary schools, vocational schools, colleges etc.
In India, children admit school when they are aged 4 and study there until they are 14 – this is a binding free-of-charge programme for the entire country. Along with public schools, private schools with paid education exist, with innovative teaching techniques and advanced learning of certain subjects.