AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON “PEOPLE'S PERSPECTIVE TOWARDS LITERACY IN INDIA"

Authors

  • Himanshi Prajapati
  • Dhiya Chauhan
  • Priyanshu Ratandhariya

Keywords:

Literacy in India, Literacy Rate, Right to Education, Perspective, Government, Education Policy, Awareness, Methodology.

Abstract

Purposes: India is currently confronted with significant economic issues. Illiteracy, Unemployment, poverty, and unequal income distribution are only a few of the concerns that are influenced by India's literacy rate, either directly or indirectly. Researcher’s aim is to know if India's literacy rate is increasing at a slow or fast rate, especially after the passage of the Right to Education Act in 2009. This report is a small-scale survey containing data from people all throughout the country, asking a few key questions to get a better understanding of the situation. The purpose is to determine whether or not certain factors contribute to India's literacy rate.

Design/Methodology/Approach: This study investigates the present state of education in India by gathering primary data using a questionnaire and analyzing it. The author applied Frequency Distribution and Chi-Square Tables methodology to operationalize variables and evaluate the paper’s hypothesis.

Originality/Values: Prior studies have only looked at different aspects of education. This research offers a more thorough perspective by learning if people are aware about the Mid- Day Meal Scheme, what aspects should be considered while working to enhance the government's education policy, and how awareness can be raised to educate every child in India.

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Published

31-08-2022

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Prajapati, H., Chauhan, D., & Ratandhariya, P. (2022). AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON “PEOPLE’S PERSPECTIVE TOWARDS LITERACY IN INDIA". International Journal of Management, Public Policy and Research, 1(3), 47–52. Retrieved from https://ijmpr.org/index.php/IJMPR/article/view/60

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