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A Study On Effect Of Child Discrimination On The Education Of The Girl Child In The Selected Rural And Tribal Areasof Telangana State

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Spandana Deepika, K., Dr. Geetha Reddy, R., Ms. Kameswari, S.L. and Dr. Sreedevi, P.
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

Background: Women are the backbone of healthy and progressive family. Hence coordinated and convergent efforts are needed to ensure survival, protection and empowerment of the girl child; Government has announced Beti Bachao Beti Padhao initiative and is being implemented through a national campaign (GOI, 2015).Gender discrimination in India is a reality which cannot be conveniently ignored. Driving a change in the mindset of people is the key to end this discrimination. Our girls deserve equal opportunities as boys. Education is an essential part of a living being, whether it is a boy or a girl. Materials and Method: The present study was conducted to see the effect of Child Discrimination on education of girl child among women of rural and tribal areas of Telangana state. Exploratory research design was adopted for the study and Purposive random sampling was done for selection of respondents. A total of 120 samples were taken for the study, 60 from rural area of Gadwal district and 60 from tribal area of Nagar Kurnool district. Results: The findings showed that majority belonged to young age may be due to the reason that while selection of the respondents the main criterion followed for selection was that they should have at least one girl child of school going age and 80.83% were illiterates. There was effect of child discrimination on the education of the girl child was in rural and tribal areas, indicating that there was impact of discrimination of the child on education and the impact was more in both rural and tribal areas. Conclusion: Majority of the women were functionally illiterate. Hence capacity building programmes should be developed by the government for these women on education and social development. It was clear from the study that women were showing discrimination towards girl child. The preference of sons was continuing in this 21st era, majority of the women viewed that girl child as burden to them.

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