A study of aspiration factors influence on the tribal girl’s academic achievement

  • Shubhangi Pawar Shubhangi Pawar Research Scholar Bharati Vidyapeeth(Deemed University) Social Science Centre,Pune.
Keywords: school adjustment tribal girl’s education, aspiration factors.

Abstract

After independence, in democratic, secular and socialist India the educational facility is available to all the sections of socialist irrespective of their cast and creed including the tribal.  This is to provide an equal opportunity for the development of potentialities of every citizen of India.  Education is an important avenue for upgrading the economic and social conditions of the tribal community.  Through the present study researcher has focused on the problems which are related to the school adjustment. Researcher has also focused on the opinions of tribal girls about the aspiration factors, problems in the education process and hurdles related to the school adjustment.

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Published
2018-10-27
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