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Vol-7 Issue-3
1. Nature Talk
2. Elementary Education in Odisha
3. Health status of Tribal Women of Mayurbhanj, Odisha: A Case study
4. History of Secessionist Movements In Mizoram
5. Poverty and Child Labour in the Era of New Economic Policy in India
6. Prehistoric Rock Shelter Sites around the Delta Head on the Lower Mahanadi Valley, Odisha
7. Lady Teachers In Primary And Upper Primary Schools: Issues and Concerns

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Lady Teachers In Primary And Upper Primary Schools: Issues and Concerns
Dr. Meera Swain
B. K. Srinivas

 

    

Teachers are the prime units of all socio-economic and political functions. Staring from the parents to the institutional teachers, they are the contributors of knowledge and techniques of continuance. They are also the initiators and providers of life and sustenance. Therefore, the well-being of teachers will ensure the well-being of the entire population by empowering both of them to continue and develop. The tribal population is being deprived for years because of their isolation. Thus mainstreaming them is the prime requirement for the ensuring equality and equity of these people. The awareness and kind of motivation they require need to be supplied by the understandings of the teachers who are the available elites and advisors in the isolated areas. Hence the quality of the teachers and their obligation towards the education system in the present schools are to be systematized. The present study is carried in the educational district of Koraput, Odisha, India. Sample schools and case studies of teachers and lady teachers in particular, are taken to analyze their issues and concerns. Interview of lady teachers and observation of activities in the school premises are also done. The present study hopes to help the policy inclusions to improve their conditions and empower them for their responsibilities.

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Articles in
Vol-7 Issue-3
1. Nature Talk
2. Elementary Education in Odisha
3. Health status of Tribal Women of Mayurbhanj, Odisha: A Case study
4. History of Secessionist Movements In Mizoram
5. Poverty and Child Labour in the Era of New Economic Policy in India
6. Prehistoric Rock Shelter Sites around the Delta Head on the Lower Mahanadi Valley, Odisha
7. Lady Teachers In Primary And Upper Primary Schools: Issues and Concerns

 

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