• India's Facts
    . Poverty Slide * Even more than 50 years after independence from almost two centuries of British rule, large scale poverty remains the most shameful blot on the face of India. * India still has the world’s largest number of poor people in a single country. Of its nearly 1 billion inhabitants...
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  • Democratic Citizenship Education and the Challenges
    democracy means problems that comes while ensuring a democratic set up in the country. It discusses the issues that need to be solved to sustain democracy in the country. Some of these challenges are deepening democracy, illiteracy, expansion and corruption and inefficiency. Democracies need...
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  • Literacy in America
    " than those who can read and write.(Boaz). The most important factor that contributes to the outrageous statistics of illiteracy is that of poverty. Poverty is an issue that more and more of our nation's children are coming face to face with and the price they must pay is unbelievably high...
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  • Democrasy
    life in such feudal and rural traditions. Consequently, general election becomes a selection of a few based upon the will of a few who are powerful and leading a privileged life. In this way, democracy has been reduced to oligarchy and aristocracy in our country.  So far as illiteracy is concerned, it...
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  • Americans and Literacy
    for a face, a smile, or a style, not for a mind or character or body of beliefs. The number of illiterate adults exceeds by 16 million the entire vote cast for the winner in the 1980 presidential contest. (Kozol 187) A government could not be properly defined as a democracy when more than half of the...
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  • Yo Yo
    noble work of its development. Illiteracy is a curse for any nation. And it is unfortunate that most of our villages are illiterate. They even do not know whatever is happening around them. The youth can help the rural people in many ways, by spreading education among them, by developing adult...
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  • In India, How Much of a Correlation Exists Between Poverty and Children’s Illiteracy?
    can read and write. Every issue that the society faces is interlinked directly or indirectly. Illiteracy is a mother of all issues which leads to other issues such as poverty, unemployment and child labor which ultimately narrows down the horizon of an individual and has an effect on the nation’s...
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  • Divyank Kothari
    a civil society with a vibrant democracy in the face of several constraints, is now well recognized. A developing country like India has innumerable problems to overcome and it is working diligently towards them. Indian democracy is yet in transforming stage it’s a long and hard road travel to the...
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  • Illeteracy as a Major Drive for Underdevelopment
    Nigeria and Indonesia - Relate democracy to the increase in illiteracy rate in Nigeria 3. Conclusion - Identify possible solutions to illiteracy in Nigeria  - Recommend ways to stick to the newly acquired procedure.  - Interesting compare and contrast highlights/features Notes: -  1. We made use of...
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  • The Human Cost of an Illiterate Society
    Anh Nguyen Professor Nayar ENGL 1301 2/7/13 The Effect of Illiteracy Jonathan Kozol is an American author, professor and activist. He is 76 years old. He spent his childhood in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1958, Kozol earned his Bachelor of Art (B.A.) degree in Harvard University and...
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  • Under What Conditions Should the U.S Support Revolutions
    collective action in the state (Dix, 1984, 432). Gordon Tullock, another political theorist, proposed an alternate model of revolution. Tullock theorized an individual faces three possible choices in times of revolution. He may join the revolutionaries, he may join the repression movement, or he...
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  • Independence Day
    and students who helped the land achieve the long cherished f reedom. Today we have come a long way in the path of f ree India. We have proved ourselves worthy of f reedom. We are considered as the largest democracy in the world. How proud we were when Abhinav Bindra made our National Flag f lutter...
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  • 11 important Problems of Universalization of Education and their Remedies
    necessary to educate the citizens in order to make democracy a success. But so far the Government of India has not been able to devote their full attention towards education. Main reason is that since the attainment of Independence, Government had to face the problems of food, of inimical neighbours...
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  • Technology
    war, poverty, disease, weak governance, and poor press laws. The written press has a limited audience, because of high costs, distribution problems and illiteracy rates. Daily newspaper circulation is one of the lowest in the world this is actually the only one daily newspaper. La Releve and Inkingi...
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  • Social Problem in Pakistan
    Social problem of pakistan 1. Poverty 2. Illiteracy 3.Terrorism 4.Food and water crisis 5.Population growth 6.Poor health facilities 7.Internal and international migration 8.Discrimination of Sex 9.democracy in shape of...
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  • Finland Section 1
    with the latter group. Mali and Niger lead the illiteracy rate at 80+%, while Sudan’s rate is 50-80%. Most of the African nations with limited economic development carry high illiteracy rates. They rely on face-to-face communication, rather than writing (or emailing!). Although women from all of...
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  • Universal Education
    ) Political Difficulties: Education is the basis of democracy. It is necessary to educate the citizens in order to make democracy a success. But so far the Government of India has not been able to devote their full attention towards education. Main reason is that since the attainment of Independence...
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  • What Are the Consequences of Illiteracy on a Societal, Rather Than Individual, Level in Canada?
    Assignment 2: Kozol’s article “The Human Cost of an Illiterate Society” identifies the serious problems that impact the lives of those who cannot read. What are the consequences of illiteracy on a societal, rather than individual, level in Canada? Effects of Illiteracy on a Societal Level in...
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  • Iftikhar
    * Poverty * Illiteracy * Terrorism * Food and water crisis * Population growth * Poor health facilities * Internal and international migration * Discrimination of Sex * democracy in shape of dictatorship * unloyal leaders Illiteracy...
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  • Education
    ; however, it continues to face the challenges of poverty, illiteracy, corruption and inadequate public health. A nuclear weapons state and a regional power, it has the third-largest standing army in the world, and ranks tenth in military expenditure among nations. India is a federal constitutional...
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