International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part E (2016)
Identifying presumptive life events addressing school dropout a step up to surge employability & Indian GDP by plummeting school dropout
Neeraj Mehta, Dr Shruti Shourie, Akhil Sharma, Palak
In the present scenario, when purposeful education and employability have become capricious global issues, it becomes mandatory to address these vital aspects. The present research is a purposeful study that included school-cum-household level inquiry. Attitude and opinion surveys were conducted with school dropouts, parents and teachers. Subjects included 100 school dropout children, boys as well as girls between 6-18 years of age, from varied socio-demographic profiles. It was evident that most of the school dropouts hailed from the rural areas particularly from families exceeding 9 members. The objective of this paper is primarily to contribute to the understanding of the relationship between education, employment and national development. Its goals have been to provide tools to assess the impact of employment-intensive growth and to enable a transition from research to policy outcomes. Education and Employment are our long term objectives via identifying individual child’s cognitive and natural abilities, during the foundation stage of his life to develop and provide child centered training and facilitate children complete their schooling.
How to cite this article:
Neeraj Mehta, Dr Shruti Shourie, Akhil Sharma, Palak. Identifying presumptive life events addressing school dropout a step up to surge employability & Indian GDP by plummeting school dropout. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(2):269-278.