Tip | Understanding the social and cultural context for India’s tribal communities – Facts & news roundup

The future belongs to India-the largest vibrant democracy in the world, teeming with opportunities. With hope in their eyes and a yearning to learn, the youth of this great nation awaits a new paradigm of education that fosters knowledge with analytical skills, logical reasoning and the ability to imagine beyond the given.

Source: Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development
Address: http://mhrd.gov.in/
Date Visited: Mon Sep 11 2017 19:36:35 GMT+0200 (CEST)

The disadvantage faced by girls and children belonging to Scheduled Cast and Scheduled tribes has its basis cultural and traditional factors as well as social discrimination at the school. | To read the full report, click here >>

Source: Write up on Equity Under RMSA with Reference to Framework & Working Group.doc – Write up on Equity Under RMSA with Reference to Framework & Working Group.pdf
Date Visited: Mon Sep 11 2017 19:33:49 GMT+0200 (CEST)

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