International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part B (2018)
Drop out in primary education: A case study in Koppal district
Literacy improves enrolment. Literate parents are expected to send their children for primary schooling. Primary schooling is almost free in the state and there has been improvement in support services for students such as free textbooks, uniforms, mid-day meal, health care facilities, etc. This has led to a substantial improvement in enrolment at the primary level. Enrolment data are often over-reported. There is also a chance that a particular student has enrolled in more than one institution. However, the achievement of the district in enrolling children cannot be disowned even though the data may be somewhat unreliable. The present study on “Drop out in Primary Education – A study” is conducted in the Koppal district of Karnataka. The sample consisted of 300 primary and upper primary school children of age group 6-14 years from aided and unaided co-educational schools of Koppal.
How to cite this article:
Sanna Devendraswamy. Drop out in primary education: A case study in Koppal district. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(2): 89-90.