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Regional Disparity In Education: A Geographical Analysis Of Kota & Jalore Districts Of Rajasthan

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Universal primary education assumes that all children irrespective of the caste, creed and location would complete primary education of comparable quality within the stipulated time frame. Therefore, all children should have equal opportunities to participate and succeed in primary education. It is also assumed that while moving towards the attainment of these objectives, special care should be taken to ensure that existing disparities do not accentuate. Therefore more focused attention would be required to provide access and facilitate the retention of girls and children belonging to the deprived and first generation learners category. Generally, separate goals are specified for the deprived groups which include girls, ethnic minorities, working children, children living under difficult circumstances, children with special needs and those whose continued participation in education is at risk. The present paper examines various dimensions of disparities, their measurement and implications for policy and program interventions.
Regional disparity means unbalanced spatial structures in some region or in different regions. Regional disparities are manifested in different conditions of life as well as in unequal economic and development potential. Contrast between city and rural area can be also understood as a form of spatial disparity.
Definition by OECD

Regional spatial disparities express the scope of difference of intensity manifestation of economic phenomena under investigation observed within regions of given country. Territorial disparity indicates the scope the intensity of given economic phenomena differs to between regions within given country.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 60
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
Low female literacy rate and its impact on our society
Why is female literacy rate low in India
Literacy rate Male and Female India 2011 Census
Research Methodology
About Kota
Government institutions and courts
Health services
Kota doria and saris
Kota stone
About Jalore
Jalor Table Data
Data Analysis


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