CHALLENGING ISSUES OF TRIBAL HIGER EDUCATION IN KATTIWADA ,ALIRAJPUR (M.P.) INDIA
Author(s):
Manisha Sharma , Sadhana Streubel , Shailendra Sharma
Keywords:
Higher education, tribal area, Adivasis, Kattiwada, Scheduled Tribes, tribal communities.
Abstract
The objective of the paper is to analyse the status of tribal higer education with gross enrolment ratio, dropout rates in Kattiwada ,Alirajpur (M.P.).India is a home to a large variety of indigenous people. The Scheduled Tribe population represents one of the most economically impoverished and marginalized groups in India. With a population of more than 10.2crores, India has the single largest tribal population in the world. This constitutes 8.6 per cent of the total population of the country (Census of India, 2011).Education is one of the primary agents of transformation towards development. Education is in fact, an input not only for economic development of tribes but also for inner strength of the tribal communities which helps them in meeting the new challenges of life.It is an activity, or a series of activities, or a process which may either improve the immediate living conditions or increase the potential for future living.Scheduled Tribes in India are generally considered to be ‘Adivasis,’ meaning indigenous people or original inhabitants of the country. The tribes have been confined to low status and are often physically and socially isolated instead of being absorbed in the mainstream Hindu population. Psychologically, the Scheduled Tribes often experience passive indifference that may take the form of exclusion from educational opportunities, social participation, and access to their own land. All tribal communities are not alike. They are products of different historical and social conditions. They belong to different racial stocks and religious backgrounds and speak different dialects. However, the mainstream Hindu population considers the general tribal population as primitive, technologically backward, and illiterate. Since the 16th century, the tribes have been perceived as sub-humans who live under primitive conditions. All the reasons are the route cause of the alienation of tribal’s in higher education. By giving more emphasis on other activities in the tribal hamlet, they are ignoring the value of Higher education.
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Unique Paper ID: 150980

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 11

Page(s): 427 - 433
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