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An Assessment of Dropout among Tribal Children of Dooars Region of India

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.3, No. 10)

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Page : 563-566

Keywords : Drop-out; Socio taboo; regressional effect; BMI; cohort; agglomerated effect;

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Education is the process of living through a continuous reconstruction of experiences. It is the development of all those capacities in the individual which will enable him to control his society and fulfill his possibilities. This article emphasizes the drainage of human resources among Tribal Community of Dooars Region of West Bengal in the light of Sarva Shiksha Avijaan (SSA). To identify the effects, we use structured schedule containing seventeen independent variables viz. Age of respondent (X1), Composition of food at school hour (X2), Health status (X3), Body Mass Index (X4), Use of teaching learning material at school (X5), Communication to school (X6), Attitude of teacher on student (X7), Role of school teacher in understanding text book (X8), Role of father in understanding text book (X9), Role of mother in understanding text books (X10), Encouragement of mother towards education (X11), Adequate dress during school hour (X12), Access to text (X13), Home environment (X14), Socio taboo (X15), Climate factor (X16), Financial condition ( X17), House hold activity (X18), and Engagement in productive activity (X19) against dependent variable Level of Dropout (Y). The findings are: (1) Age of respondent (X1), Health status (X3), Body Mass Index (X4), and Role of father in understanding text book (X9) had significant bearing on echelon of Dropout and (2) the only variable Age of respondent (X1) has been found to exercise significant regressional effect on the wastage of human resources.

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