Barriers In Improving Education Quality: A Case Study Of Rural India

DEBASHISH SAHU, DHRUV SAWHNEY, ANAND PANDEY, BADRI NARAYANAN

Abstract


The study was done in order to find out what are the barriers to education from the perspective of various actors involved therein, as per the census report of 2011. The report is based on a case study conducted in the school situated in village Sanathpur, District – Bhadohi, State- Uttar Pradesh. The main aim of our study was to find out what are the various factors that lead to poor quality of education. The villagehas much worse literacy rate than its state Uttar Pradesh. This means that somewhere quality of education hampering due to certain reasons which are still unknown. So in order to know and understand those reasons, a study has been conducted in which perspective of various actors upon the poor quality of education in the village was taken. Every actor stated the set of problems from their own perspective, and we framed certain solutions that will cater to the need of every party involved therein. In this report,we have focused on methods to improve children's participation as well as establishing a digital classroom in the village.

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