CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-II Child-Development & Pedagogy Inclusive Education & Understanding Children With Special Needs-Disadvantaged and Deprived Child Revision (Page 7 of 9)

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Girl’s Education: Present Situation

There has improvement in the literacy rate of girl/women education after independence but it hasn’t reached a level which may be said as to be desirable. This is due to the discriminatory factor that has been deeply rooted in our cultures since ages. Some reasons are stated beneath:

  • Society, even today prefers birth of boy child than girl child.
  • When girls become adolescents, they are withdrawn from schools as society has adopted conservative thought.
  • As girls are married at a you

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Constitutional Provisions for Disadvantaged and Deprived Child

  • There has improvement in the literacy rate after independence but it hasn’t reached a level which may be said as to be desirable and the provision for free and compulsory Universal Elementary Education (UEE), also remains unsupported and unfulfilled to a certain extent. One of the many reasons for this is the diminishing rate of increase in girl education, despite of inclusion of this matter in all the five year plans.
  • In this respect, The National Policy on Education 1986 (NPE 1986

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