Primary Level Education in the Slums of the Urban Areas: A Case Study
Dr. Diganta Kumar Phukan
Among the numerous problems of the slums of many of the urban areas, problems for pursuing education of different levels are a major one that takes place due to different causes. In this connection, non-enrollment and dropped-out are two major constraints in the primary level education which lead deprivation of education for many students. The present study was conducted at some slum areas of Jorhat, a major city of Assam, India to find out the root causes of non-enrollment and dropped out of many of the students. The study revealed that financial constraint of the family, physical problem or illness, less interest of the students and elder members of the family, anti-social activities are the root causes for non-enrollment and dropped-out of many of the children.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 11, Issue 2

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