School Dropouts of Students and Challenges in India with Special reference to the Elementary Education

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Rekha Bishnoi


Students who Dropouts of school often have become a growing concern of the global community over the past few years. in our simulation, we illustrate the manner in which a single factor has an impact on the academic pursuits of students, which increases their tendency to dropouts of school. This new view of child development places an emphasis on child welfare, protection, education, and a healthy prospects for the future as necessary developmental requirements for a. Children have rights such as the right to be granted all three items listed above, the include: the right to life, the right to creation, and the right to take part in it. This involves the state, civil society, non-governmental organisations, and other involved stakeholders taking a greater interest in the needs of children as a way of life goes forward with their well-being. A number of NGOs have done projects in the human development sector, as well. Since there are numerous developing countries around the world, NGOs play a particularly important role in the educational growth of the population in these countries. India has a very high dropout rate for high school dropouts. Additionally, there are various social and economic restrictions on school attendance in Karnataka that account for the large number of dropouts. The current study focused on community-based organisations working to lower the number of students who dropouts  of school in Mysore. The results of the study are highlighted in this chapter, which also includes involvement of non-profits in development and the problems and priorities for students who dropouts of school, as well as Indian dropouts in Karnataka, are discussed extensively.

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