RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES OF SCHEDULED TRIBE LEARNERS OF KERALA – AN ANALYSIS By Vinod  Kumar K. and Prof. (Dr.) C. Naseema

Abstract

School dropout is the major problem of India. Scheduled tribe learners dropout rate is unpredictable in the last decades. Now the residential schools fulfill the needs of the students. There are thirty five tribal communities in Kerala. Government implemented lots of programmes for the upliftment of their educational development. The researcher detailed a retrospective facilities and educational outcomes of students. The Present study reveals the frame work of the Model residential schools in the current educational scenario.

The main objective of the study is to find out the residential facilities of Scheduled Tribe students in Government Model residential schools of Kerala. Data collected from 17 Government Model residential schools at Kerala. The study revealed that maximum level of residential facilities is provided to the learners of Kerala.  The model residential schools provide better facilities and maximum level of exposure to the Scheduled tribe learners.  Reduced number of Permanent teachers   and scarcity of pure water is a problem.  

Keywords: Investigation, Residential facilities, Scheduled tribe learners.

[1] Research scholar, Department of Education, University of Calicut, Kerala.

[2]Supervising   Guide, Department of Education, University of Calicut, Kerala.

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