Government Educational Scheme for Rural Development in India

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GOVERNMENT EDUCATIONAL SCHEME FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

RESEARCH REPORT

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
MR.RAJESH TRIPATHI

SUBMITTED BY
FARHANULLAH ANSARI
2010MB24 MBA 1ST SEM

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
MOTILAL NEHRU NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ALLAHABAD-211004, U.P., INDIA
CONTENTS
1. Introduction
2.1 About
2.2 Need for survey
2.3 Formulation
2.4 Methodology
2.5 Important Findings
2.6 Organizational Report

2. Literature Review
3.7 Introduction
3.8 History of topic
3.9 Various types of research
3.10 Data collected from various research
3.11 Tabular representation of scheme
3.12 Identifying the research gap
3.13 Gap analysis
3.14 Conclusion

3. Research Plan
4.15 Introduction
4.16 Issues
4.17 Research objective
4.18 Scope of study
4.19 Research methodology
4.20 Area selection
4.21 Process of forming questionnaire
4.22 Conclusion

4. Data Analysis
5.23 Introduction of data analysis
5.24 Flow chart
5.25 Method of data collection
5.26 Scaling technique
5.27 Method used for analysis of data

5. Conclusions and Discussions

6. References

INTRODUCTION

Education is fundamental to all-round human, material and spiritual development, in our national perception. As a result of Education Policy 1968, there has been a considerable emphasis on expansion of educational facilities throughout the country. While these achievements are impressive by themselves; the problem of access, quality, quantity, utility and inadequacy of financial outlay accumulated over the years have now assumed serious proportions. In order to promote equity, it will be necessary to provide equal opportunity to all not only in access but also in the environment for achieving the target.

The essence of human development is that education must play a significant and interventionist role in remedying imbalances in the socio-economic fabric of the country. Basic education has also greatly contributed to the quality of human life, particularly with regard to life expectancy, infant mortality, learning levels and nutritional status of children, etc. Several new initiatives have been taken by the Government placing emphasis on decentralization with the participation of people at the grass root level. Consequently, universal basic education has vastly contributed to social justice and equity, and participative economic growth.

Over the past several years there were various studies carried out in this field.but education in the rural in India is still low as compared to other countries.

NEED OF SURVEY
For the about said reasons the government both central and state has from time to time introduce different schemes for the proper upliftment of education in rural areasin India. These schemes have ensures the proper edcation in rural India.These schemes has immensely help the children living in the rural India or those families of rural areas which are living below poverty line. Some of the schemes are: * Sarva shiksha abhiyaan

* Mid day meal scheme

* Kasturba ghandhi balika vidyalaya

* Shakshar bharat

* District primary education program

* Scheme of vocationalisation of secondary education

* Operation black-board scheme

* Modernisation scheme for madarsa education

* Mahila samakhaya
But in spite of all these and many more schemes the ground implementation of these programmes is very low. The schemes are prepared on government papers and remains there. The utility which they should be generating is not up to the expectations and so the children from the rural area are not...
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