SCHOOL EDUCATION IN TRIPURA: ITS GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Sanjoy Das

Abstract


Education can be an effective instrument to accelerate the economic development as well as crucial input for socio-economic development of the country. It has made a significant contribution to economic development, social progress and strengthened political democracy. Since independence, India has achieved substantial development in the education sector, especially in terms of increasing number of institutions, growth of enrolment ratio, teachers and gender parity index etc. In this context, the paper has taken the case study of Tripura, which has analyzed the growth and development of school education and its trend. 

Keywords


School education, Enrolment, Teacher-Student Ratio, Gender Parity Index, economic development.

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