International Journal of Advanced Education and Research

International Journal of Advanced Education and Research


International Journal of Advanced Education and Research
International Journal of Advanced Education and Research
Vol. 1, Issue 8 (2016)

Economic related barrier of tribal women dropouts from literacy programme: A ‘t’-test analysis


Dr. Deepak Kumar Pradhan, Makibur Rahman

The objective of this paper was to study economic related barriers for female literacy among the different Tribal Groups dropout from literacy programmes in Bolangir district of Odisha. From the study it was found that economic related barrier shows that the variables like landlord did not permit to attend the classes after collecting fodder, no classes for vocational learning of the learner, poverty of the family, no provision for productive learning, insufficient manpower in my family and immediate concern to improve economic condition were acting as “minor problem” to “moderate problem”. Further it was found that economic barrier also acting as a barrier in the learning process of the tribal women in the literacy centre. It was evident from the data analysis that landlord did not permit me to attend the classes, coming back in the evening to the classes, no specific working hour in my occupation, did not offer me any occupational training in my pursued occupation were differ in their opinions with regard to the economic barriers.

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