Educational Problems of the Secondary and Higher Secondary Tribal Girls Students: A Comparative Study

Author: Harekrishna Mahata

DOI Link :: -2 / 2 (1)/2024/A27/Harekrishna Mahata

Abstract:The present study aims to find out the educational problems of tribal girls students at secondary and higher secondary level. It has also made an attempt to make a comparison of the educational problem between Secondary and Higher Secondary Level in respect of the Locality of the School, Medium and Type of Schools. For this purpose the researcher has used both primary and secondary data. Primary data have been collected by using a structured questionnaire which was validated before final use. Secondary data have been collected by following different books, journals etc. The study’s findings indicate that there is no discernible difference between the educational issues indigenous girls face at the secondary and upper secondary levels. In conclusion, tribal female students encounter a variety of issues that prevent them from continuing their education or from studying. Education must be seen as a liberating instrument, and steps must be done to eliminate barriers that prevent women from accessing both universal and high-quality education on their own.

Keywords: Tribal Girls, Education, Higher Secondary, Locality.

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