SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE: A CASE STUDY IN RURAL UTTARAKHAND

Dr. Nibedita Priyadarshani

Abstract


A case study was undertaken with the main objective to what extent school management committee improves access, enrolment and retention of 6-14yrs children. How SMC members contribute in various issues as well as developmental work of the school. Dallawala village of Haridwar district was selected by adopting purposive sampling technique. Interviewing with SMC members and president, headmaster and students, it is inferred that satisfied result in right of children to free and, compulsory education Act, 2009 for 6-14 years age group. Due to illiteracy, low socio economic status of SMCs members, they hardly contribute in school developmental work.


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School management committee, Rural

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