Abha Adams, country's top educationist, talks from her experience of being associated with urban schools in north India, and emphasises on the need for infrastructure, especially toilets, across the nation. "The lack of toilets is a struggle for both, teachers and students. And it's not a problem that's restricted to just rural and semi-rural areas, it's also a fact of the cities we live in", she says. On how to retain and sustain interest of students, she says the way education is imparted needs to be dealt with in a different approach. "We need to take stalk of what we teach, how we teach and our assessment process. The enrollment rates may be increasing, but the literacy rate isn't rising at the same pace because the learning process seems counter-productive in the current education environment", she adds.