International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 10, Part F (2015)
A study of the impact of Mid-Day-Meals programme on enrolment and retention of primary school children
Biswajit Nath, Indrajit Nath
The education which he receives there provides the foundation of his physical, mental, emotional, intellectual and social development. Man is the supreme creation of God. God has endowed man with certain rare qualities, which are not found in any other animate world. Man is a rational animal; he acts according to his rational thinking and judgment. He is the combination of characteristics of ape and angle, animalists and divinity, and lower-self and higher-self. An animal has a lower-elf and ability. He has no power of divinity and higher-self. Due to the possession of rationality and divinity and higher-self. Due to the possession of rationality and divinity of human being that makes lower-self and animalists of man are to be transferred into higher-self and rationality. This transformation can only be possible being it can never be lost of stolen. Without education man is blind and considered as dead. After the introduction of mid-day meals the percentage of enrolment has been increased. On the basis of the preset study certain finding has been given that parents are more interested to send their children. Due to the introduction Mid-Day meals percentage of retention has been increased. The headman has expressed their opinion in support of introducing of Mid-Day Meals scheme at the primary level. The Mid-Day Meals programme helps increasing the attendance and enrolment of the poor students. The rural teachers and headman have unanimously positive attitude towards this Mid-Day Meals scheme. It is found that rural head teachers have showed favorable attitude towards introduction of Mid-Day Meals programme at primary level.
How to cite this article:
Biswajit Nath, Indrajit Nath. A study of the impact of Mid-Day-Meals programme on enrolment and retention of primary school children. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(10): 407-413.